Licorice root already featured prominently in the pharmacopoeia of the Greeks and Romans for its expectorant and softening properties. The use of this plant in food seems to go back to very ancient times.
In Chinese medicine, licorice is part of the formula of many traditional preparations
. Licorice reduces gastrointestinal infections and is very effective, especially against gastritis. In addition, licorice contains active ingredients that are reserved for their soothing effect that soothes stomach pain.
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory power, licorice effectively relieves the pain of arthritis and eye inflammation
With its strong softening ability, licorice treats mouth ulcers and relieves respiratory tract inflammation. Licorice acts as a mild laxative and treats constipation
Licorice is used in Japan to treat hepatitis and cirrhosis
Cold infusion of licorice (30 g of licorice wood per liter of water) helps fight coughs, colds and bronchitis.
(Licorice is also called "black sugar"). Which is obtained by broth and evaporation. It is used for making paste and commercial pastries. Used as a flavoring in drinks (Antésite, anise garnish, dark beer), and desserts.
Gargling and mouthwash, a decoction of licorice (200 g of wood per liter, which is left to reduce to ¾) can effectively fight tonsillitis, inflammation of the tongue and oral mucosa.
Reduces respiratory infections
It facilitates the digestion process and combats stomach pain
Remove dental plaque naturally by chewing a licorice stick