Licorice (Liquorice) Root Powder
Organic Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Powder
Licorice Root powder is used in traditional medicine of Sri Lanka as a treatment for heartburn, stomach ulcers, sore throat, gum problems, tooth decay, skin inflammations, burns, wounds, abscesses, boils, eczema and other general skin problems. Licorice Root Powder is said to be very soothing to dry, irritated skin. It can be applied directly to the skin or can be mixed with other ingredients to manufacture cosmetic products. Licorice Root is also used as a natural flavoring agent.
Licorice powder may have potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial effects. Early research suggests that, as a result, it may ease upper respiratory infections, treat ulcers, and aid digestion, among other benefits. The holistic science of Ayurveda terms this Licorice Root powder as Yashtimadhu. Time and again Licorice powder has been mentioned in several ayurvedic scriptures and journals for various indications which include Deepana (enhances stomach fire), Pachana (helps in digestion), Rochana (stimulates appetite), Anulomana (improves breathing), Kashahara (Relieves cough), Vamana (prevents nausea and vomiting), Vayasthapana (prevents ageing), Dahahara (relieves burning sensation), Mehahara (treats urinary tract disorders), Prameha (manages diabetes), Trutahara (relieves excessive thirst), Rasayani (rejuvenates the whole body), Balya (improves muscle strength), Shonitasthapana (prevents bleeding), Pandu (treats anaemia), Sangrahini (treats diarrhoea), Kustha (treats skin disorders), Kamala (prevents jaundice), Varnya (improves complexion), Amahara (treats indigestion), Krimihara (relieves intestinal worms), Jvara (useful in fever), Vrushya (acts as an aphrodisiac), Hridaya (treats heart problems), Chakushya (treats vision problems), Kanthya (improves voice), Shwasha (relieves breathing difficulties), Arsha (treats piles), and Krichra (treats painful micturition).
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