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Angelica Root Tea

Size:24 tea bag
Plague epidemics during the tenth century in France saw some of the first recorded uses of Angelica. Apparently, the secrets of this ancient herb were besttowed upon a monk by Archangel Raphiel, whom Angelica was later named after. All parts of Angelica can be eaten, but the roots are usually used in folk medicine; they make a good poultice, linament, or a powerful herb tea.
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