Garden Angelica. Nat. Ord.

UmbelliferAe. Linn. Syst. Pentandria Digynia. Hab.

Europe.

Med. Prop. and Action. The whole plant is stimulant and stomachic. The root and fruit (seeds) are principally used.

* Op. cit.

L'Union Med., June 26th, 1856. Archiv. Gen. de Med., June 1864, p. 678.

§ Bull. Gen. de Therap, Aug. 15th, 1860.

Vote, gr. xxx. - Ix. daily in infusion.

305. Therapeutic Uses

In Dyspepsia, Flatulence, and other diseases, it was formerly held in high repute. It is now rarely employed.