Angelica Root Oil (Buy Online)

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Product Code :KEO-09
Botanical Name :Angelica Archangelica
Plant Part :Root
Country of Origin :India
Blends Well With :Patchouli, sandalwood, clary sage, vetiver, frankincense, cedarwood, neroli, petitgrain, lemongrass, orange, lime, lemon, mandarin, bergamot and grapefruit.
Color & Odor :Pale yellow to orange brown clear liquid with amber odor
Method of Extraction :Steam Distillation
Weight & Rate :50 Ml (USD 80)  100 Ml (USD 155)  500 Ml (USD 726)  1000 Ml (USD 1340)  5000 Ml (USD 6080)          
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Angelica root oil is a type of essential oil that is derived from the root of the Angelica archangelica plant, a member of the Apiaceae family and thus this oil is also known as Angelica archangelica oil. The plant is native to northern and eastern Europe and has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes for centuries. It is a biennial herb that is typically grown in cooler regions of Europe and Asia. The plant is also known as wild celery, Norwegian angelica, or garden angelica. The Angelica archangelica plant is a biennial herb that can grow up to 2 meters (6 feet) in height. It has a stout, hollow stem with large, fern-like leaves that are divided into smaller leaflets. The plant produces clusters of small greenish-yellow flowers that bloom in the second year. The root of the plant is large, fleshy, and white, with a distinctive aroma and flavor.

It prefers moist soil and partial shade and the plant is typically propagated by seed and requires a cold period to germinate. The roots are harvested in the fall of the first year or the spring of the second year after the plant has flowered.Angelica root oil is extracted from the harvested roots of the plant using steam distillation. However, Harvesting the roots can be a labor-intensive process, as the roots can be quite large and difficult to extract from the soil. Once harvested, the roots are cleaned and dried before being chopped into small pieces and steam distilled to produce the essential oil. Due to the plant's long growing period and labor-intensive harvesting process, angelica root oil can be quite expensive.

The oil is pale yellow or amber in color and has a strong, earthy, and musky aroma. The chemical composition of angelica root oil can vary depending on factors such as the location and growing conditions of the plant. However, the oil typically contains a variety of compounds, including alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, limonene, and coumarins. The root of the plant is particularly rich in antioxidants, including coumarins and flavonoids, which help to protect the body against oxidative stress. The root also contains a range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, calcium, and iron. It is also a good source of dietary fiber.

While angelica root oil is not consumed for its nutritional value, the plant's roots and leaves are sometimes used in traditional medicine and culinary practices. The leaves and stems of the plant are sometimes used to flavor food and beverages, while the root is sometimes used in herbal teas and tonics to treat various ailments.Angelica root oil has a long history of use in traditional medicine and culinary practices. The Angelica archangelica plant, from which the oil is derived, has been used for centuries in Europe and Asia. In ancient times, the plant was believed to have magical properties and was associated with protection and healing. It was used in Europe as a talisman against the plague and was also believed to ward off evil spirits.

Angelica root oil has been used in traditional medicine for a variety of purposes, including treating digestive issues, respiratory problems, and skin conditions. It has been used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and analgesic properties. In Chinese medicine, the plant was used to treat fever, headaches, and respiratory issues. Ayurvedic medicine, it was used to treat digestive problems and stimulate appetite. The plant has also been used in culinary practices for centuries. The leaves and stems of the plant were used to flavor food and beverages, while the root was used to make liqueurs such as Chartreuse and Benedictine. In modern times, Angelica root oil is still used in traditional medicine and aromatherapy. It is also used in the perfume industry to add a musky, earthy note to fragrances. In aromatherapy, angelica root oil is believed to have a grounding and calming effect on the mind and body.


  • Perfumery Industry: It is widely used in the fragrance and perfume industry as a base note due to its earthy, musky, and woody aroma. It is commonly used in men's fragrances and can also be found in some women's fragrances.

  • Food & Beverages Industry: This oil is used as a flavoring agent in the food and beverage industry. It is commonly used in alcoholic beverages such as gin and vermouth, and can also be found in baked goods, candies, and other confectionery products. It is also used in baked goods, such as bread and pastries, as well as in savory dishes, such as stews and soups.

  • Skin & hair care Industry: This oil is used in cosmetics for its rejuvenating and moisturizing properties. It is commonly found in skincare products, such as lotions, creams, and serums, as well as in hair care products, such as shampoos and conditioners. It is believed to have moisturizing and soothing properties and may help to nourish the skin and hair.

  • Aromatherapy: It has a calming and uplifting effect on the mind and body. It can help to reduce anxiety, stress, and depression, and promote relaxation and emotional balance. It is used in giving massages, or in diffusers to provide world-class aroma therapies

  • Soap Industry: The Soap industries are using Angelica root Oil as a natural ingredient in manufacturing a wide range of soaps, detergents, and other cleaning products.

  • Incenses Manufacturing Industry: It is used in incense sticks and cones for its grounding and calming properties. It is often used in meditation and spiritual practices.

  • Candles Manufacturing Industry: Companies in this industry use Angelica root Oil in the production of candles, as it is known for its calming and grounding properties.


  • Use it as a Massage Oil: This oil can be added to a carrier oil and used for massage to help relieve muscle pain and tension. This can be a great way to relax and unwind at the end of a long day, or to help soothe sore muscles after a workout. You can also massage it into the abdomen to help relieve digestive issues such as bloating and constipation.

  • Make a Homemade Moisturizer for your Skin: This oil can be added to a carrier oil such as almond or jojoba oil and used as a moisturizer for the face or body. It may help to soothe and nourish the skin and may be especially helpful for dry or irritated skin. You can also make a Skin soothing salve by melting 1/4 cup of beeswax and 1/2 cup of coconut oil in a double boiler. Remove from heat and add 10-15 drops of angelica root oil. Pour into a jar and allow to cool. Apply to dry or irritated skin as needed.

  • Use it to get a soothing Bath: Enjoy a soothing bath by using Angelica Root oil You just need to add a few drops of angelica root oil to a warm bath. The hot water bath helps to promote relaxation and relieve stress. You can also make bath salts at home by following this recipe.

  • Combine 1 cup of Epsom salt, 1/2 cup of baking soda, and 10-15 drops of angelica root oil in a jar. Mix well and add 1/2 cup to a warm bath for a soothing and relaxing experience.

  • Oil for your Muscles: You can use this oil to relieve muscle pain and tension. For this, you need to Combine 2 tablespoons of sweet almond oil with 10 drops of angelica root oil and 10 drops of peppermint oil in a small bottle. Shake well and apply to sore muscles for relief.

  • Make a mood-lifting Room Spray: Feeling clumsy & down? Then uplift your Mood by spraying this oil in your surroundings. Combine 1/2 cup of water and 10-15 drops of angelica root oil in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray around the room to create a calming and uplifting atmosphere.

  • Helps to have a Happy Tummy: It has digestive benefits and can help to relieve digestive issues such as bloating, flatulence, and indigestion. It has been used for centuries to support digestive health. It helps to stimulate the secretion of digestive juices and enzymes, which can improve digestion and prevent digestive issues.

  • Eases Respiration: It expectorant properties that can help to relieve congestion and promote healthy breathing. It is commonly used to alleviate coughs and other respiratory issues.

  • Creates Hormonal Balance: This oil has been traditionally used to support hormonal balance in women. It can help alleviate menstrual cramps, regulate periods, and reduce menopausal symptoms.

  • Works as an Immunity Booster: It has immune-boosting properties that can help to protect the body from infections and diseases. It is a great essential oil to use during cold and flu season.

  • Magical on the Skin: It works magically on the skin. It is used for its skin-healing properties, which help to reduce inflammation, soothe skin irritations, and improve the overall appearance of the skin.

  • Relieves pain & Calms the body: This oil has analgesic properties and can help to relieve pain and inflammation associated with conditions such as arthritis, muscle aches, and menstrual cramps.

  • Offers spiritual benefits: This oil is sometimes used in spiritual and ritual contexts, due to its grounding and protective properties. It is believed to have a protective and purifying effect and can be used in rituals to ward off negative energy or spirits.

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