|Natural Plant Essential Oil:
|Natural Plant Essential Oil
|It Has The Unique Aroma And Bitter Taste Of Angelica
|Pale Yellow To Dark Amber Liquid
|Soluble In Ethanol And Most Fats, Slightly Soluble In Mineral Oil, Little Soluble In Glycerol And Propylene Glycol
|Medicinal Food Raw Materials, Medicine, Health Products Raw Materials
|The Contents Of Ligusticin Were 10%, 25%, 35% And 70%, Respectively
CAS 8015-64-3 Natural Plant Essential Oil,
Pale yellow Natural Plant Essential Oil,
angelica essential oil For Medical
Natural Plant Essential Oil 99% Angelica Oil CAS:8015-64-3 For Medicinal Food Raw Materials
Our organic angelica root essential oil is steam distilled from certified organic Angelica archangelica roots. Angelica belongs to the extensive Apiaceae family of plants that includes carrot, fennel, and celery. It is also known as oil of the angels or root of the holy ghost. The name ”archangelica” comes from Greek arkhangelos, or arch angel.
This grounding oil that can help put your mind at ease during stressful times and inspire closeness and intimate connections. Angelica oil is used often in perfume blends for its earthy, musky aroma. It is also thought to have aromatic, immune-supporting qualities.
Angelica archangelica can be found growing native in many regions from the Himalayans, Russia, and scattered across Europe. The indigenous Sámi people of Northern Finland have long used the whole plant for food, shamanic medicine, and made flutes from the large stems. Angelica is also attributed to St. Michael the Archangel as it often blooms on the feast day of May 8th.
|pale yellow to orange brown clear liquid (est)
|Food Chemicals Codex Listed:
|0.85000 to 0.88000 @ 25.00 °C.
|Pounds per Gallon - (est).:
|7.073 to 7.322
|1.46900 to 1.47800 @ 20.00 °C.
|7.00 max. KOH/g
|110.00 °F. TCC ( 43.33 °C. )
|24.00 month(s) or longer if stored properly.
|store in cool, dry place in tightly sealed containers, protected from heat and light.
Angelica oil is believed to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, wind-dispelling, relaxing muscles and promoting blood circulation, and can be used to relieve joint pain, muscle pain, headache and other uncomfortable symptoms.
In addition, Angelica oil is also used as a therapeutic agent for the respiratory and digestive systems, which can relieve cough, asthma, acid reflux and other problems.
In the beauty field, Angelica oil is also widely used in a variety of products such as creams, lotions, essential oils, etc., to help improve skin quality and promote the skin's natural repair process.
Angelica essential oil has some fixative qualities which help extend the life of perfume blends. When blended into creams or carrier oils it can be used to help with occasional minor skin irritations. Diffusing angelica oil can help support respiratory health and the nervous system.
This top to middle note blends beautifully with citrus oils such as lemon or grapefruit, or other grounding oils like patchouli and vetiver. Mix with spicy aromas like black pepper and cardamom, the woody oils of juniper and cedarwood, or uplifting lavender tea tree. Matching angelica with clary sage will create a calming blend.
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