Licorice Root can be used to help support bronchitis, digestive tract spasms, coughs, stomach inflammation, and as a tonic for the adrenals.
Both Licorice Root and Licorice Juice can be used to support health. Licorice can help speed restoration of stomach ulcers. The juice can also be tried to help support viral liver inflammations, and, in Asian health, the root can be used to help support, diarrhea, headache, excessive thirst, sore throat, and swellings from infections. Their effectiveness for these disorders has not, however, been scientifically verified.
Licorice contains glycyrrhizic acid, which helps rejuvenate stomach ulcers and soothes inflammation. It also loosens and thins mucus in the lungs and acts as a decongestant. There is some evidence that Licorice may help the body fight viruses by encouraging the production of interferon.
There are several varieties of Licorice growing from southeastern Europe to southwestern Asia and Iraq. The plant was introduced to the Ancient Greeks by Scythians from the east. It has been used in Europe since the Middle Ages.
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