Angelica Archangelica – Hungary
Angelica archangelica, commonly known as Garden Angelica, Holy Ghost, Wild Celery, and Norwegian angelica. Archangelica comes from the Greek word “arkhangelos” (=arch-angel), due to the myth that it was the archangel Michael who told of its use as medicine.
Angelica is unique amongst for its pervading aromatic odor, a pleasant perfume entirely different from fennel, parsley, anise, caraway or chervil , though related them all. One old writer compares it to musk, others liken it to juniper. Even the roots are fragrant.
The plant is used as a digestive aid, relaxation and support for integration of body, mind and soul.
You can place 1-2 drops in your palms and rub them together to brush your aura or add 1-3 drops in a small amount of carrier oil (sunflower, coconut, etc.) and massage into areas in need of relaxation