Herbal Organic Plants from around the World

Angelica is a biennial plant often grown as an annual. Flowers have a sweet honey smell. Angelica is a large, rangy plant of northern Europe, that has fresh, pine and citrus notes. It is very attractive biennial that makes a good focal point in the garden. Angelica will grow to a height of 4-6 ft. and prefers partial shade and a moist, slightly acidic soil. Angelica is a favorite flavoring herb in Western culinary art. Angelica jams and jellies are very popular. Leaf stalk are employed in confectionary. All parts of the angelica plant are strongly aromatic and edible. The entire angelica herbs is useful. The seeds, and the oil from seeds and roots, contribute to the complex tastes of various cordials and digestive liqueurs. Angelica candied stems were a popular delicacy from medieval times though the 19th century, but they're seldom seen in the kitchen nowadays. The young leaves can be chopped to add taste to salads, fish dishes and cottage cheese. Fresh stalks can be added to milk puddings, custard and stewed fruits. Young leaves and shoots are used commercially to flavor alcoholic beverages. Angelica root is the main flavoring ingredient of gin, vermouth Benedictine and Chartreuse.

Zanthoxylum chalybeum Roots ("Burgundy powder")

Zanthoxylum chalybeum Roots ("Burgundy powder") This a wonder rare tree with roots that are taking the medical field by storm with capacity to heal almost ALL non-communicable diseases. This wonder is only of its kind and its roots are crashed and give a beautiful burgundy powder that is possible to wipe out the cancer industry.

The unfortunate part is its near extinct and extremely hard to find.those still available in some parts of the world like Brazil and Paraguay are similar but with white-yellowish powder and therefore the currently known Zanthoxylum Chelybeum roots with "Burgundy powder" is Democratic republic of Congo and Uganda. This could be the future of modern medicine as qouted by the world medical journal and the Melbourne school of medicine.

HR101 Agrimony ( Agrimonia eupatoria )

Dried plant, ground, used in teas. Leaves, stems and flowers produce yellow dye. The plant is found abundantly throughout England, on hedge-banks and the sides of fields, in dry thickets and on all waste places. In Scotland it is much more local and does not penetrate very far northward. Agrimony has an old reputation as a popular, domestic medicinal herb, being a simple well known to all country-folk. It belongs to the Rose order of plants, and its slender spikes of yellow flowers, which are in bloom from June to early September, and the singularly beautiful form of its much-cut-into leaves, make it one of the most graceful of our smaller herbs. A fast growing perennial to 3-5 feet tall with yellow flowers on long slender spikes. Grows in zones 3-8. Taken as a tea, it is useful for liver, kidney and bladder problems. It is also a healing herb for mucous membranes and it's astringent properties help stop bleeding.