Dec 9, 2017, 5:45 PM
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Dec 9, 2017, 11:44 AM
For hundreds of years, licorice root has been used for medicinal purposes. It can be enjoyed as licorice candy, licorice root tea, or mixed with water in powder form. However, eating too much licorice can actually have negative side effects, like potentially leading to heart or blood pressure problems. licorice can be an effective treatment for a variety of ailments and health issues. If you ever have any questions, make sure to consult your doctor. Keep scrolling to see how licorice can help improve your health!
Dec 9, 2017, 11:16 AM
The side effects of licorice root are primarily connected to glycyrrhizin, so if any of them concern you, DGL licorice is probably the best option. Don’t consume licorice root extract if you’re pregnant or have heart, liver or kidney issues. If you do consume licorice root extract, the recommended dosage is a maximum of six grams a day when used for a 130-pound person in order to limit the amount of glycyrrhizin.Side effects to watch for include edema, high blood pressure, low potassium levels and chronic fatigue.
Dec 9, 2017, 11:14 AM
icorice roots (glycyrrhiza glabra) in a base of glycerin and water, preserved with phenoxyethanol (contains 20% of extract). Licorice is native to the mediterranean region with striated stalks of about 1m tall. The extract contains glycyrrhetic acid & flavinoids that have soothing, regenerative and antioxidant properties. Licorice extract is used also as skin whitening agent.