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Glycyrrhiza Glabra Extract

Botanical Name : Glycyrrhiza Glabra Extract
Common Name : Licorice Extract
Assay : 10%-20% Glycyrrhizin by HPLC 20%-50% Glycyrrhizin by Gravimetry
Applications : Anti-Oxidant Agent, GIT Protective Agent
Product Usage : Expectorant, Demulcent, Antioxidant. DGL - Acid Reflux, Gastritis

Description :

The Glycyrrhiza glabra herb's root, also known as licorice, can be used to make licorice extract, which has a sweet flavor known as glycyrrhizin. The word "licorice" is derived from the Greek word "glycyrrhiza," which means "sweet root" (through the Old French "licoresse"). Particularly in various European and Middle Eastern nations, licorice flavors are utilized as candies or sweeteners. Licorice extracts are utilized in a variety of herbal and traditional medicines in addition to having several medical applications. Additionally, licorice has been found to contain hundreds of other possibly beneficial components, including as flavonoids and different plant estrogens (phytoestrogens). The main medicinal component of the plant, glycyrrhizin, which is 50 times sweeter than sugar, has a number of positive benefits on the body and makes licorice an effective herb for treating a variety of diseases.

It seems to stop the body's main stress-fighting adrenal hormone, cortisol, from breaking down, increasing the body's availability of these hormones. It has a well-established track record of curing ulcers. It can reduce stomach acid levels, ease indigestion, hyperacidity, heartburn, and hyperacidity as well as act as a mild laxative.Additionally, it helps to relieve digestive system spasm, inflammation, and irritation. It stimulates bile flow and decreases cholesterol through the liver's positive effects.

By increasing levels of interferon, a crucial immune system component that fends off invading viruses, licorice also seems to improve immunity. Additionally, it has potent antioxidants and certain phytoestrogens that can mimic the effects of some natural estrogens in the body; these are particularly useful during menopause. According to research on glycyrrhizinic acid, many bacteria and viruses, including influenza A, cannot thrive.

It possesses anti-allergic, pain-relieving, and fever-lowering qualities. It helps to release & thin mucus in airways, which eases congestion and coughing and increases the effectiveness of a cough. It also supports anti-tissue activity. Licorice supports the production of more cortisol, which boosts energy, lessens stress, and lessens the signs and symptoms of illnesses like chronic fatigue, muscle pain, etc.

Licorice helps to mend damaged cells and protects the liver. It has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and anti-oxidant qualities that support the maintenance of the liver's general health. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms including irritability, bloating, and breast pain can be lessened by taking licorice, which contains phytoestrogens that have a modest estrogenic action. Recent research has revealed that licorice may help to maintain healthy arterial function and heart health by minimizing the harm caused by LDL (bad cholesterol).



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