ABOUT ANGELICA ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL
Been used in rituals since ancient times, Angelica root essential oil comprises uniquely earthy and woody aroma. Also referred as “oil of angels”, Angelica Root oil contains rich therapeutic repertoire.
Angelica enriches the body and rejuvenates it. The Angelica Root essential oil is wild harvested extracted through hydro-distillation process. Some researches have indicated that wild harvested Angelica may help winter wellness and vitality.
In Ayurveda, Angelica Root essential oil brings much significance and has been used since the many centuries as a natural restorative or health tonic.
AROMATIC PROFILE OF ANGELICA ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL
Perfumery Note: Base to middle
Aroma: Musky, earthy, peppery, woody, herbaceous, spicy
Strength of Initial Aroma: Strong
Blends Well With: Patchouli essential oil, clary sage oil, frankincense oil, vetiver oil, pine oil, spruce oil. Beside Angelica roots oil can also be blended with citrus oils such as neroli oil, orange oil, lemon oil, lime oil, and more.
FAQs RELATED TO ANGELICA ROOT OIL
Can Angelica Root Oil Treat Cancer?
Angelica root oil contains chemicals that might kill cancer cells and fungus, reduce anxiety, and settle the stomach.
Can this Oil be Used for Animals?
Yes. You cam make Angelica oil smell directly to your pet from the bottle or applying a drop or two in your palm.
Does Angelica Root Oil Improves Emotional Wellness?
Angelica root oils has earthy, calming aroma that is found to promote emotional well-being.
Can I Apply Angelica essential oil directly on skin?
Some people apply angelica directly to the skin for nerve pain (neuralgia), joint pain (rheumatism), and skin disorders. However, it is recommended to have a skin patch test before direct use on skin.
Angelica Root Essential Oil is appreciated for its unique aroma within fine fragrancing, oriental/niche perfumery and as a natural ingredient in beauty/personal care products.
The Angelica root oil is considered as wonderful base note, with a medium to strong initial scent profile that dissipates well.
- Angelica oil can bring about menstruation and after birth.
- Calmed flatulence and helped digestive issues.
- A few drops diluted in water can can assist eyes or ears with dimness of site or deafness.
- Angelica has medicinal properties that can improve certain health conditions including heartburn (dyspepsia), intestinal gas (flatulence), loss of appetite (anorexia), overnight urination (nocturia), arthritis, stroke, dementia, circulation problems,
You can diffuse Angelica Root essential oil in diffuser. Its earthy and herbaceous aroma is very calming and relaxing.
How to Use
HOW TO USE ANGELICA ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL
- Angelica essential oil can be applied topically (see photosensitivity information below), as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or diffuser.
- Add one or two drops of angelica oil to a massage oil, or in the bath to support lymph movement, to sooth and support digestive function or as part of an overall detoxification program.
- For women, apply one to two drops diluted in a carrier oil as a compress over abdomen to support a balanced monthly cycle. Inhale angelica oil in vapor or diffuser therapy to help support the lungs.
ANGELICA ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL RECIPES
- Skin Renew: Add two drops of angelica along with two drops of frankincense to a small amount of argan or jojoba oil and gently apply.
- Winter Breathing Formula: Add one drop Angelica, four drops spruce, two drops orange and two drops clary sage for a general breath assisting diffuser blend.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANGELICA ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL
Angelica root oil is photo-toxic thus Exposure to UV rays should be avoided for 24 hours after topical application or any type of direct use on skin. Though Angelica oil is non-toxic and non-irritant id used in moderation.Do not use during pregnancy or consume internally.
IMPORTANT: Use Angelica Root Essential Oil at less than 0.8% in products that remain on the surface of the skin to avoid risk of phototoxicity as recommended by IFRA and Essential Oil Safety (Edition 2) by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young.