Angelica dahurica seeds Bai Zhi seeds Dang Gui

Angelica has a long tradition of medicinal uses. It can be made into a tea that has many health benefits. The plant can grow up to 6 feet tall and has many small yellow-green flowers, making it a great decorative plant.

Transplant:Place containers in garden digging them part way into soil. Cover with loose mulch. In early spring inspect monthly. Remove mulch when germination begins. When large enough to handle, transplant seedlings.
Soil and Light: Angelica greatly prefers damp soil

The medicinal properties of the Dahurican root has been dated back to Ancient china as early as 400 BC. Zhang Cong Zhen (1156–1228), a famous physician in the military, believed that diseases were caused by external evil factors, or pathogens, that entered the human body. He listed Bai Zhi as an herb that purge the body of any negative influences such as heat, clamminess, dryness, and cold on the skin.Today, the roots are used for other numerous treatments of illnesses such as headaches, relieving nasal obstruction, detoxification of the blood, as a pain reliever, an anti-inflammatory, a laxative, sedative, anti-fungal cream for skin, as well as treating swollen gums and toothaches.