Angelica is a genus of plants and herbs that’s often used in traditional medicine, particularly in Asian countries. It is the dried root of Angelica sinensis (Oliv.)Diels. Major cultivated place are in the southeast of Gansu, also cultivated in Yunnan, Sichuan, Shaanxi, Hubei and other province in China. It has the effect of invigorating blood circulation, regulating menstruation and relieving pain, and moistening intestines. It is often used for blood deficiency, vertigo, palpitation, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, deficiency and cold, abdominal pain, rheumatism, rheumatism, injury, ulcer, bowel dryness and constipation.
|Pin Yin Name||Dang Gui|
|English Name||Angelica Root|
|Latin Name||Radix Angelicae Sinensis|
|Botanical Name||Angelica sinensis (oliv.) Diels|
|Other name||Angelica, Dong quai, Tang Kuei|
|Appearance||Brown-yellow cover, full, white cross section|
|Smell and Taste||Strong fragrance, sweet, pungent and slightly bitter|
|Specification||Whole, slices, powder (We can also extract if you need)|
|Shelf life||2 Years|
|Storage||Store in cool and dry places, keep away from strong light|
|Shipment||By Sea, Air, Express, Train|
1.Angelica Root can relieve anaemic symptoms.
2.Angelica Root can help to regulate the menstrual cycle and eases menstrual pain.
3.Angelica Root can eases other kinds of pain, such as pain experienced in cold limbs or pain resulting from physical injuries due to poor blood circulation.
（1）Reduced platelet aggregation and antithrombotic.
（2）Has an inhibitory effect on the central nervous system.
（3）The antianemic effect related to the vitamin B12 and iron and zinc contained.
1.Angelica root is not to be used during pregnancy or by someone trying to conceive as it has emmenagogue properties.
2.Angelica root should not be confused with Angelica archangelica as it doesn’t have the same tonic properties.
3.Do not use in acute conditions.