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A power ingredient in the herbalist's arsenal, angelica root (Angelica Archangelica) is part of the carrot family Umbelliferae. Common names include Archangelica officinalis, herb of the angels, archangel, angel food, ghost plant, dead nettle, archangel root, wild celery, wild parsnip, masterwort and Dong Quai. Although there are approximately 30 different species of Archangelica, this is the only Archangelica species used medicinally.
The nectar of the gods, reserved for kings, kava ceremonies are an integral part of the spiritual heritage of the Hawaiian people. Today, appreciative kava devotees, describe the "kava experience" as "a blissful state of euphoria, as your spirit rides the wind." Learn about the mysterious island beverage that improves energy, mood and motivation.
Fast becoming an extremely popular tourist destination, Southwestern Virginia's Bland County beckons visitors with stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, quaint towns and villages, a rich historical heritage, culture, art, entertainment, fine dining, shopping and a vast range of exciting outdoor adventures.