Dried Licorice Root

Dried Licorice Root

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Licorice Ingredients

Licorice Ingredients

BoD – Books on Demand. 2017 gbs preview

Licorice extracts are used as additive to many Kampo medicines to alleviate pain and inflammation. With rapid progress of analytical methodology, its action mechanism is being elucidated. This book is composed of three sections. Section 1 introduces licorice as alternative medicine, its application in the industry, and the trading/market prospects between Japan and China. Section 2 summarizes the purification/identification steps of licorice ingredients and their antioxidant, antimicrobial,...



Springer. 2018 gbs preview

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza) is one of the most widely used in foods, herbal medicine and one of the extensively researched medicinal plants of the world. In traditional medicine licorice roots have been used against treating many ailments including lung diseases, arthritis, kidney diseases, eczema, heart diseases, gastric ulcer, low blood pressure, allergies, liver toxicity, and certain microbial infections. Licorice extract contains sugars, starch, bitters, resins, essential oils, tannins,...

  1. Smells great and was just the ingredient I needed. Very fresh and arrived quickly.

  2. bonne quantité bon prix

  3. I use this to make a tea for my mom to help her asthma, it seems to help and she says it tastes really good. I use half cup of licorice root, one cup of mullein leaf and one cup of peppermint leaf. I add a gallon of water and let it steep with the stove on low for an hour or so. I stain it and she usually dilutes it a bit when she drinks it. Good stuff.

  4. I have become a gin fan, but the craft gins at the liquor stores are kind of pricey, so I decided to try making my own. I found a recipe that uses Juniper berries, licorice root, lemongrass, peppercorns, coriander, cardamom, orange peel and lemon peel. Just add these ingredients to vodka in a jar and let it sit for 24 hours and you have really good gin! My photos show the starting jar with everything added and the second pic is the resulting gin with the solid ingredients filtered out.What I like about Frontier products is that they try to source from natural and organic sources. This pound bag of licorice root was reasonable in price and gives allows me to make a lot of gin! I also purchased Frontier’s juniper berries and lemongrass in the bulk pound packages. They are all great! I already had the other ingredients, so it wasn’t long and I was bottling my first gin in an empty bottle I had laying around. Turned out to taste great and I will be looking for other ingredients to make more custom gins, but they will all have juniper berries, licorice root, and lemongrass and then whatever else I want to try. My next batch will have some rosemary from my garden for sure. I like Frontier spices and that is the first brand I look for when searching for ingredients I need for cooking and now making gin.

  5. Very sweet I was surprised, I’ve never had liquorish rood before. Use as tea.

  6. If you need licorice root to make a tincture of your own in these days of Covid, I recommend this product. Got a very nice tincture and a lot of it too.

  7. The first time I purchased from this company, I knew that I would purchase again. Especially fond of the Halal and vegan which many other brands do not offer. I like the mild taste of these licorice sticks as a stronger taste can be repulsive to me. Various sizes of sticks which I easily snap in half. So instead of 1 pound of licorice sticks, I get 2! I use these sticks for oral hygiene, to control cravings, and in hot bitter teas to sweeten them naturally. If you suffer from high blood pressure, I would not recommend consuming real licorice. Thanks HalalEverday!

  8. Got order three days earlier than estimated. Was a little worried reading other reviews of people receiving a just few thick pieces.Received 11 sticks all within a reasonable size though a three were thicker than a pencil which will be interesting to chew on. Some were kind of rough with fibrous spots but hey, they’re roots. They can’t all be perfect like what one’s used to seeing in the carefully curated produce section of grocery stores.Having experience with these before (keeps part of my brain busy with chewing while trying to focus on studying) the flavor is as expected, a pleasant but not overpowering licorice flavor.

  9. Reply Avatar of Kendall Schaeffer
    Kendall Schaeffer 9. April 2021 at 0:00

    This is the flavor I have been looking for!

  10. I had a allergy/asthma cough for a month. I was on 2 steroids and at the end of the week I was still struggling to breath. My inhalers were not giving me much relief after an hour or 2. My friend suggested this tea, she’s into natural healing. First day taking it I noticed a sweet after taste, along with the warmth of the tea I noticed instant improvements. When my cough would feel like it was coming on I’d drink a little tea. I did this for 2 days and it cleared up my cough and my breathing improved. My cough does seem to come back occasionally when I drink anything cold but otherwise I found I got better results from the tea vs the week long steroids, nasal sprays, twice a day inhaler, rescue inhale, cough syrup, cough drops, and humidifier. This tea is now a must have at my house! Gave me back my life!

  11. These are absolutely awesome. The sealed package keeps them fresh, the instructions say to rinse the root in water for a bit before using. I left it in for about 5mins to allow it to reconstitute a little. Shaved the bark off the end and popped it in.Within seconds my mouth was flooded with licorice flavor. The wood softened up nicely and was comfortable to hold in my mouth.A word of warning: the flavor is pretty strong, so if you do not like licorice/Anise flavor, try a different flavor. Personally, I loved them.

  12. Haven’t used it yet. I’m sure it’s great.

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