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  1. photo Antiviral herbs, vitamins, and mineralsAntiviral herbs, vitamins, and mineralsNews
    , and polio virus. It is believed to inhibit replication. Liquorice Root Studies have shown that glycyrrhizin, a compound found in liquorice root was more effective in fighting samples of coronavirus from SARSRead more 100.011 votos
  2. photo 9 Ingredients for Endless Winter Salads9 Ingredients for Endless Winter SaladsArticle
    a hearty addition to salads. Fennel — This lovely veggie with a slight liquorice flavor is a flavorful addition to green salads or a cruncy base for slaws all on its own. It pairs beautifully with orangesRead more
  3. photo Many food and beverage products made with stevia components still contain sugar, report findsMany food and beverage products made with stevia components still contain sugar, report findsNews
    solutions to erase this liquorice taste but it's not easy," said Marilise Marcantonio, Communications Director for Danone Fresh Products, to Reuters Health. Marcantonio's company uses stevia additivesRead more
  4. photo Great Natural Remedies for Sore ThroatsGreat Natural Remedies for Sore ThroatsTreatment
    inflammation. Try herbal teas and teas that include peppermint, cloves, or liquorice. They can help with inflammation and create a numbing sensation to relieve the soreness. Adding honey and lemon to your teaRead more
  5. Sickening: Major food corporations use tissue from aborted babies to manufacture flavor additives in processed foodsNews
    CADBURY ADAMS CANDIES:• Sour Cherry Blasters• Fruit Mania• Bassett's Liquorice All sorts• Maynards Wine Gum• Swedish Fish• Swedish Berries• Juicy SquirtsRead more
  6. photo Herbal Remedies for Acid RefluxHerbal Remedies for Acid RefluxTreatment
    Researchers  believe ginger root helps absorb  stomach acid. In addition, it calms nerves, which can help minimize heartburn or an upset  stomach due to stress. Liquorice Liquorice acts like  an antacidRead more

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Liquorice, or licorice, (/ˈlɪk(ə)rɪʃ/ LIK-(ə-)rish or /ˈlɪk(ə)rɪs/ LIK-(ə-)ris) is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavour can be extracted. The liquorice plant is a legume native to southern Europe, India, and parts of Asia. It is not botanically related to anise, star anise, or fennel, which are sources of similar flavouring compounds. The word liquorice / licorice is...More