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  Angelica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica is a genus of about 50 species of tall biennial and perennial herbs in the family Apiaceae, native to temperate and subarctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere, reaching as far North as Iceland and Lapland.
Crystallized strips of young angelica stems and midribs are green in colour and are sold as decorative and flavoursome cake decoration material.
Angelica is also an attractive female from Sydney and she is 5'10" with brown hair and brown eyes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Angelica   (257 words)

 Herbs - Angelica
Angelica is a perennial plant found in the moist mountain ravines, meadows, and coastal regions of northern Europe and Asia, and is widely cultivated.
Angelica is used externally to soothe rheumatism, arthritis, and skin disorders; internally, it is used in the treatment of anorexia, dyspepsia, and stomach ulcers.
Angelica should be used with caution by diabetics because it increase blood sugar levels.
www.springboard4health.com /notebook/herbs_angelica.html   (955 words)

 ANGELICA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica, Angelica archangelica L., is a herbaceous, aromatic herb native to Eurasia and commercially cultivated in Belgium, Germany, France, and several other countries.
The reported life zone of angelica is 5 to 19°C with an annual precipitation of 0.5 to 1.3 meters and a soil pH of 4.5 to 7.3 (4.1-31).
As flavoring agents, roots and seeds of angelica are widely used in alcoholic liqueurs such as benedictine and chartreuse, and in gin and vermouth.
www.hort.purdue.edu /newcrop/med-aro/factsheets/ANGELICA.html   (562 words)

 Angelica herb uses and pictures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica is edible and medicinal, the young shoots are edible in salad or boiled as a pot herb.
Angelica is used for obstructed menses and should not be taken in large quantities by pregnant women.
Angelica is a very good tonic herb for women and children, the elderly or general debility, it is said to strengthen the heart.
altnature.com /gallery/angelica.htm   (743 words)

 Mother Angelica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mother Angelica born Rita Antoinette Rizzo (April 20, 1923 -) is an American Roman Catholic nun and founder of the Eternal Word Television Network.
The future Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo on April 20, 1923 in Canton, Ohio.
Mother Angelica has reportedly suffered some health setbacks (especially a severe stroke) now that she is an octogenarian, but she has stabilized according to sources close to her.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mother_Angelica   (1864 words)

 Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine: Angelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica is a genus of plants in the parsley family used in both Western healing and traditional Chinese medicine.
Chinese angelica is a perennial that grows to a height of 3 ft (1 m) in moist, fertile soil at high altitudes in China, Korea, and Japan.
The main use of angelica in TCM is to regulate the female reproductive organs and treat irregularities of the menstrual cycle, especially deficient bleeding.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g2603/is_0001/ai_2603000158   (1197 words)

 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
Angelica may be termed a perennial herbaceous plant.
Angelica balsam is obtained by extracting the roots with alcohol, evaporating and extracting the residue with ether.
Angelica is a good remedy for colds, coughs, pleurisy, wind, colic, rheumatism and diseases of the urinary organs, though it should not be given to patients who have a tendency towards diabetes, as it causes an increase of sugar in the urine.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/a/anegl037.html#rec   (3605 words)

 Caribbean Villas - Angelica - St John, Virgin Islands
Angelica's views of the water are very limited, although the views of the well landscaped grounds from the pool and deck areas are quite nice.
Angelica's design is attractive and functional, with the two master bedrooms and the living/dining and kitchen areas all on the ground level.
Angelica is also very comfortable for one couple, and the equally sized and private master bedrooms work quite well for 2 couples.
www.caribbeanvilla.com /angelica/angelica.html   (639 words)

 Angelica Corporation
In the 1920s and 1930s, Angelica introduced the first uniforms in color and the first uniforms to be made of synthetic fabrics.
Angelica brought to the market the first commercially launderable, permanent-press fabrics and has followed that with frequent innovations in fabric technology.
Angelica pioneered the concept of surgical barrier fabrics and has steadily improved that technology to bring the most advanced, reusable textile products and packs to the surgical suite.
www.angelica.com /corp/about/history.asp   (303 words)

 Angelica sinensis
Angelica sinensis injection reduced the CD 11 c expression in alveolar macrophage of chronic bronchitis patients by inhibiting Lipo polysaccharide induced intracellular calcium ion elevation in alveolar macrophage [Article in Chinese].
Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) promotes melanocytic proliferation, melanin synthesis and tyrosinase activity, which is the mechanism for validating its clinical use in the treatment of skin pigmentation.
Combination of Astragalus and Angelica retarded the progression of renal fibrosis and deterioration of renal function due to suppression of the overexpression of TGFa(1) and osteopontin, reduction of infiltrating macrophages, and less activation of renal intrinsic cells.
www.herbmed.org /Herbs/Herb90.htm   (3542 words)

 Angelica Sinensis - RxList Chinese Medicinal Formula FAQ
There are many species of Angelica but they may not all have the same therapeutic qualities.
Angelica Sinensis (Oliv,) is of the family Apiaceae and is indigenous to China.
Dong Quai is commonly known as a women's herb due to its use in regulating the menses and stimulating and relaxing the uterus.
www.rxlist.com /cgi/alt/angelica_quai_faq.htm   (908 words)

 Angelica Herb - Herbs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In past times the seeds and roots of Angelica used to be burned as a sort of incense to perfume the house.
Traditionally the herb takes its name from the story that an angel came to earth when plague was rampant and told people to hold a piece of Angelica root in their mouths to ward off the pestilence.
The root of Angelica can be used for making tea and the stems are the parts which are candied for cake decoration.
www.greenchronicle.com /gardening/angelica_herb.htm   (311 words)

 Angelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica has recently become a very popular herb in the United States, and is often recommended by herbalists as a treatment for flatulence and stomach pains, and as a stimulant to invigorate circulation and warm the body.
The most common use of angelica is as an emmenagogue to promote menstrual flow and help regulate irregular menstrual cycles.
Angelica has also been used for bronchitis, coughs, colds, lungs and chest, heartburn, gas, rheumatic complaints (especially the legs), sluggish liver and spleen, pleurisy, and strengthening the heart.
www.indianspringherbs.com /Angelica.htm   (605 words)

 Herbal Descriptions - Angelica - Angelica archangelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica, from the plant Angelica archangelica, is similar to the Chinese herb Dong Quai, which is derived from the closely related plant Angelica sinensis.
By far, the most common use of Angelica is as an emmenagogue or as agent to promote menstrual flow and help regulate irregular menstrual cycles.
Angelica contains a number of compounds called 'furocoumarins' that are photosensitizers, which upon direct contact with the skin may lead to a skin rash after being exposed to the sun.
www.viable-herbal.com /herbdesc/1angelic.htm   (468 words)

 Angelica - Herb Database + Images
Lay in single layer in shallow pan or tray; for each pound of angelica use 2 C. sugar and 2/3 C. water; place sugar and water in pan and stir till sugar dissolved; boil to a thick syrup; pour over stems and leave overnight.
Place angelica in a bowl and cover with salt and boiling water; allow to sit for 24 hours; drain, peel and wash in cold water.
Angelica root which is cut in thin slices, 4 oz.
earthnotes.tripod.com /angelica.htm   (3848 words)

Angelica is used to make arthritis remedies and for coughs, colds, and flu.
Angelica Root Tincture is a healthful, strengthening tonic and stimulant.
Angelica Root Tincture is a good remedy for colds, coughs, gas, indigestion, arthritis, and hepatitis.
www.pikeherb.com /angelica.htm   (191 words)

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Angelica took flight on Sunday, December 25, 2005 at the time of 10:38 a.m.
Angelica took flight on Friday, December 2, 2005 at the time of 07:16 a.m.
Angelica took flight on Thursday, November 24, 2005 at the time of 09:20 a.m.
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 AskMen.com - Angelica Bridges
Angelica hasn't let up on that image either; she has become a seasoned veteran of magazines, along with providing her extraordinary looks for countless commercials and TV guest spots.
Angelica Bridges was born November 20, in the little town of Harrisonville, Missouri.
A small-town girl, Angelica was a tomboy throughout her childhood, preferring horseback riding and fishing rather than playing dress-up.
www.askmen.com /women/models_60/76_angelica_bridges.html   (241 words)

 Angelica -- Angelica archangelcia L.
Angelica is a European perennial plant sometimes grown in this country as a culinary herb.
French angelica has a powerful, peculiar, pleasant soft musky odor and a sweet taste (pungent after-effect).
The robust growing angelica plant is 5-6 feet tall and resembles wild carrot, although the leaves are much broader.
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 Angelica archangelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Investigation on antimutagenic activity of Angelica archangelica L. by micronucleus test in mouse bone marrow and peripheral blood cells showed reduction in thio-tepa induced mutagenicity[Article in Russian].
Essential oil content of Angelica archangelica roots at different stages evaluated by histo-chemical and Gas chromatography revealed only taproots exceeding 5 mm in diameter contained a high concentration of alpha- and beta-phellandrene.
Growth of culture of Angelica archangelica L was stimulated by tyrosine and phenylalanine but cinnamic acid inhibited growth; Coumarin production was increased by phenylalanine, not affected by tyrosine and decreased by cinnamic acid.
www.herbmed.org /Herbs/Herb23.htm   (386 words)

 A Book for our Times: Mother Angelica
MOTHER ANGELICA: The Remarkable Story of a Nun, Her Nerve, and a Network of Miracles, released on September 6, 2005, is the definitive biography of the remarkable nun who founded EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network), the world's largest religious media conglomerate, now in its twenty-fifth year.
Mother Angelica had read a long pastoral letter by Cardinal Mahony that she evidently found confused, in part because she was not a footnote reader and mostly because it was poorly written.
After Mother Angelica finished her show, which was mostly a devastating point-by-point critique of that pastoral letter, "the Cardinal from California" probably wished he had not written it and had ignored her.
www.theconservativevoice.com /articles/article.html?id=8464   (1383 words)

 Village of Angelica, New York   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Contrary to rumor starting in Angelica and spreading throughout the county (where complaints were made to the District Attorney's office), and apparently echoing all the way to State Senator Pat McGee's office in Albany, the Village did not acquire these properties to give the school to Houghton Academy.
The Town of Angelica has been particularly generous in sharing some of its host-community revenues with the Village in purchasing a new tanker for the fire department and increasing its contribution for fire and ambulance.
When the building formerly known as Angelica Central School (and, in more recent times, as the elementary campus of the Genesee Valley Central School District) was designed and built in the mid-1950s, it was for one purpose: to be a school.
www.angelica-ny.com /mayor.htm   (4209 words)

 Angelica Root
Known in Europe since the 17th century, Angelica is the fleshy root of the wild celery plant.
The Chinese version is used as a remedy for menstrual problems and the symptoms of menopause, tonic for anemia (loss of red blood cells), and a treatment for heart disease and high blood pressure.
European Angelica, on the other hand, was originally thought to be a cure for plague.
www.pdrhealth.com /drug_info/nmdrugprofiles/herbaldrugs/100060.shtml   (226 words)

The pretended Count de Horn having died in 1781, Angelica was free to contract a second marriage; she married the Venetian painter, Antonio Zucchi, and they determined to return to Italy.
It was chiefly as a portraitpainter that Angelica Kauffmann was distinguished; her light touch is not wanting in grace, nor her colouring in brilliancy.
Her historical pictures are altogether inferior; the sentimentalism of the period in which she lived contributed to their vogue, and they have since declined considerably in the general estimation, chiefly because the drawing leaves too much to be desired.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08609b.htm   (772 words)

 Mother Angelica’s Empire of the Airwaves
Mother Angelica is best known as the founder of the Eternal World Television Network (EWTN)—with just under 300 employees, an annual budget of about $29 million, and an audience of about 66 million households in 43 countries, the largest Catholic cable network in the nation.
That remark is pure Mother Angelica, for whom reality is a heady mix of divine intervention, practical problems, and obstacles to be overcome with a mix of grit, considerable leadership skills, and faith in God.
Mother Angelica promptly complied with Bishop Foley’s order, however, and he presided over the consecration of the Blessed Sacrament shrine at her new monastery in Hanceville later that year.
www.crisismagazine.com /julaug2001/cover.htm   (3632 words)

 No Life 'til Metal - CD Gallery - Angelica
In any case, Angelica are smooth melodic heavy metal and their debut is still my favorite of the four albums they released.
This one is a little bit funkier than anything Angelica has done thus far, especially the first two tracks.
Not Angelica's best but there are a few decent songs contained herein.
www.nolifetilmetal.com /angelica.htm   (1012 words)

 The SF Site Featured Review: Angelica
Angelica is set several centuries before the Archangel trilogy, and the secret nugget that Archangel's blurb gave away has only recently fallen out of popular consciousness.
The inhabitants of Samaria have begun to forget their origins and their history, but they do know they came to Samaria from another world, and that their ancestors chose to establish a world without the technological ability to destroy itself.
While Angelica is set earlier than the other Samaria stories, I don't think a reader would get as much out of it if he or she doesn't read the original trilogy first.
www.sfsite.com /05a/an151.htm   (451 words)

 Technorati Tag: angelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Angelica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Angelica Graynamore, daughter of Samuel Harvey Graynamore and half-sister of Patricia Graynamore, is one of the most colorful characters in the movie.
Angelica meets Joe at the airport and entertains him while he is in Los Angeles waiting for Patricia to take him to the island of Waponi Woo.
Angelica is very complex and introspective--perhaps too much so for her own good.
www.mindspring.com /~waponi/angelica.htm   (235 words)

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