More medicinal uses of our native Apiaceae or ‘Umbels’

In this post we’ll talk mostly about the medicinal uses I found in the family of Umbels or Apiaceae as they are now called..

We introduced this family with a post on the most ‘detested’ member called the Ground Elder which you can find here.

After this came an entire list of our native ones as well as the edible uses of our garden Umbels.

Wild Angelica or Angelica sylvestris is a native and less harsh one then its garden relative, Angelica archangelica  see more below

Most of the below information is of the brilliant book by Julian Barker: Med Flora by J. Barker

Pictures by Matt Summers unless stated in link.

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