Angelica Panchicha

ANGEL PANCICHA   Perennial herbaceous plant 1.5 m high, with pinnate leaves on short petioles with strongly swollen sheaths. The uppermost lobes of the leaves are large, falling, with sharp-toothed edges. Inflorescence – complex umbrellas with many rays; there is no wrap at the bottom of the main beams; under the pedicels there is a wrapper of many leaves. The […]

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Angelica descending

ANGEL DOWNING   A large biennial herbaceous plant, reaching 3 m in height and 8 cm in thickness under favorable conditions. The rhizome is thick, short, annular on the outside, with numerous furrowed adventitious roots, brown on the outside, white on the inside. The stem is cylindrical, hollow, smooth, bright green. The leaves are alternate with large swollen

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Angelica officinalis – angelica likarsky (veterinary practice)

Name: Angelica officinalis – angelica likarsky (veterinary practice) Angelica medicinal – archangelica officinalis hoffm.   Popular names: sweet stem, stem. Botanical characteristic. Umbrella family. Vigorous biennial herb. The rhizome is thick, radish-like, with numerous adventitious wrinkled roots. The rhizome is hollow inside, with partitions at the nodes, with a strong aromatic odor. The stem is straight, thick, cylindrical, hollow inside, up to 2.5

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Angelica officinalis

A biennial large herbaceous plant, 1-2 m high. The rhizome is thick, short, with numerous furrowed adventitious roots. The stem is rounded, thick, erect, hollow. The leaves are alternate with large swollen sheaths and a double- or thrice-pinnate plate, the lower ones are petiolate, the upper ones are sessile; leaflets are rounded, oblong or elliptical, 2-3-lobed, coarsely serrate,

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Angelica officinalis

Other names: Common angelica, Dong kuai (Dong quai), Female ginseng, Cowshed, Angelina (Angelica). Diseases and effects: cough, exhaustion of the nervous system, acute and chronic neuralgia, rheumatism, arthritis, fever, diseases of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract, fibrocystic mastopathy, menstrual cramps, menstrual irregularities; functional disorders of the nervous system; atherosclerosis, hypertension, varicose veins, atrial fibrillation; irritable bowel syndrome, flatulence.

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Medicinal angel – Medicinal angel

Angelica archangelica (Angelica archangelica, synonyms: Archangelica officinalis , Archangelica norvegica); Celery family (Ariaceae), or Umbrella family (Umbelliferae); angelica officinalis   Externally, the devil is very similar to the wood piper, it is difficult to distinguish them. No wonder these plants belong to the same genus. However, if you look closely, you can still see the differences. Diagel is a taller (up

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Medicinal angel

DYAGEL LIKARSKY —   Archangelica officinalis (Moench.) Hoffm. Celery family – Ariaceae, or Umbelliferae – Umbelliferae What does it look like? Biennial plant 1-2 m tall. The rhizome is shortened, cylindrical, brown on top, white inside, with a peculiar pleasant smell, sharp-bitter to the taste, up to 5 cm thick, when broken, it releases milky juice. The leaves

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melon ordinary

Well-known melon culture. The fruits contain a large amount of ascorbic acid, carotene, folic and nicotinic acids, nitrogenous and extractive substances, fat, fiber, carbohydrates (mainly sucrose), mineral salts of iron, potassium, sodium. Melon fruits are recommended for anemia, anemia, diseases of the liver, cardiovascular system, and obesity. A diuretic effect of melon has been established, due

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