Chia de Gracia Liquorice RootRegular price €28.50
Liquorice root has an impressive list of well documented uses and is probably one of the most over-looked of all herbal remedies.
Liquorice root is a good and tasty plant for the treatment of irritation states of respiratory tracts and intestinal. Liquorice root is an antibacterial and antiviral plant, so it is great for relieving various bacterial inflammatory conditions. Liquorice root treats and soothes the mucous membranes of the intestine and abdomen. Therefore, it can be used as an aid to abdominal irritation such as diarrhoea or for the treatment of irritable mucous membranes in the abdomen.
Liquorice root removes mucus from the respiratory tract and suppresses cough. It can be used to treat various respiratory problems.
The liquorice root has anti-inflammatory properties - some of its constituents are metabolized into molecules with the same type of action as cortisone. Liquorice supplies valuable antioxidant compounds that help maintain and support the overall health of the liver. Stimulates liver function, especially in combination with milk thistle seeds.
Can also be used for joint problems - suitable together with ginger and nettle.
Liquorice has anti-allergenic effect which is very useful for treating hay fever, allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis and bronchial asthma.
Possibly by its action on the adrenal glands, liquorice has the ability to improve resistance to stress.
Liquorice includes e.g. glycyrrhizic acid, biotin, folic acid, and group B vitamins.
By enhancing cortisol activity, glycyrrhizin helps to increase energy, and ease stress.
Dosage: 1 - 2 tbsp 1 - 2 times a day (4-10g)
1 tbsp = 4 g.
100% liquorice root, no preservatives or additive
DSE Tried and Tested
Liquorice root started our journey into the world of herbs. It was a remedy used by the men who worked timber horses to keep their stomachs right. When our horses started to develop symptoms of ulcers we fed liquorice root and noticed a marked improvement. Symptoms disappeared completely when we switched from cubes and mueslis to a beet and balancer based diet, supplemented by herbs as individually required.