Description: Angelica Root Essential Oil is derived from the root of the Angelica archangelica plant, which is native to northern and western Europe. The oil has a rich, earthy, and slightly woody aroma with herbaceous and spicy undertones. It is often described as having a complex and intriguing scent profile that is both invigorating and grounding. Angelica Root Essential Oil is highly valued in perfumery for its unique and captivating fragrance, often used as a base note to provide depth and character to blends. In aromatherapy, it is believed to have calming and balancing properties that can help alleviate stress and anxiety. Additionally, it has been used in traditional herbal medicine for its potential digestive and detoxifying benefits.
Botanical Name: Angelica archangelica
Plant Part: Root
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Odor and Appearance: Pale yellow, fresh peppery woody.
Country of origin: Slovenia
Main Constituents: Phellandrene, limonene, β-pinene, selinene, β-caryophyllene, α-pinene, and phellandral.
Common Uses: Includes incorporating it into perfumes and fragrances for its unique and captivating aroma, using it in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and balance, adding it to massage blends to alleviate tension and stress, using it in skincare formulations for potential benefits on the skin’s appearance, and employing it in traditional herbal medicine for its potential digestive and detoxifying properties.
Note: Base note.
Blends well with: Rose, Jasmine, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Lavender, Clary Sage, Black pepper and Ginger.
Contraindications: The Angelica root essential oil is neither toxic nor an irritant. But the oil sensitizes the skin to UV light. This is because it contains bergapten, a chemical compound found in plants that cause phototoxicity. For this reason, avoid using it before exposing the skin to any UV light source or the sun. Pregnant Women and those with diabetes should avoid using this essential oil. Breastfeeding moms and those under a doctor’s care should only use it under the directions of a physician. Angelica root essential oil can be irritating and it should not be used undiluted. Carry out a skin patch test before applying it topically by applying it on the inside of your arm and tying it with a bandage. Wait for 24-48 hours to see if you will have any irritation. In case you have pre-existing conditions or are under a drug prescription, it is best to seek medical advice before using Angelica root essential oil as a form of treatment. You should not use it on children, especially those under three years. You should also not use it on pets that are expected to be outside for a long period. Keep the essential oil in a dark, airtight container and store it in a refrigerator to avoid oxidation.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*
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