Liquorice is a plant with many health and care properties.
We probably associate it with childhood as a sweetness with a specific taste and black color.
Liquorice contains glycyrrhizin, making it many times sweeter than sugar. The plant's Latin name, Glycyrrhiza glabra, literally means "sweet carrot." Licorice root is used to boost immunity in people prone to colds and allergies. Supports the treatment of stomach ulcers and stomach and intestinal cramps. Relieves irritable bowel syndrome. Liquorice relieves cough accompanying infections by inhibiting the secretion of mucus in the airways. It alleviates the negative effects of menopause by maintaining a balance between the hormonal balance of women.
It also has a positive effect on the skin. Suitable for the care of atopic, eczema and inflammatory changes and for the daily care of all skin types. It soothes itching, redness and swelling.
Recommended consumption: 0.5 g (half of the measuring cup), best to add to your favorite drink or food.
You can make a decoction, infusion or extract.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake during the day.
Store in a dry and cool place
Contains liquorice. Patients with hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.
Do not use the dietary supplement for more than 6 weeks without consulting your doctor.
A dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet, which is necessary to maintain a good health.
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