There are herbs, spices and even foods that are considered aphrodisiac, many of which are loved and consumed for this reason since antiquity!
Angelica root is the most widely used part of the plant and it contains coumarins, essential oil, resins, fructose and glucose. You will find Angelica with many names such as wild celery, garden angelica and many more.
Angelica is an excellent healing herb, with limited cosmetic properties, mainly due to the photosensitivity it causes on the skin.
Angelica is a perennial herb, widespread in Greece, cultivated in gardens but also wild, in moist soils. In general, the plant, whether native or domestic, needs shade to grow. It is a highly aromatic shrub, with a wide range of uses, from confectionery to aromatherapy.