Iceland Moss, Angelica, Berries, etc.

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Over the centuries, our ancestors used herbs that grow in Icelandic nature for medicinal purposes. Many herbs were considered to have healing properties and were used to combat various conditions. Trips to the mountains were made to gather the herbage. Herbs were collected in canvas bags, dried at home and used later in the winter. Iceland moss, angelica and angelica roots, scurvy grass and berries have always been a part of Iceland’s cuisine.