Licorice As a Powerful Tool To Prevent Liver Damage

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Licorice is the root of glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavor can be extracted. It is commonly used as a flavoring for tobacco, candies and sweeteners. There are a lot of health benefits that we can get from licorice, but just like any other medication, too much consumption may result in adverse effects. As used medically, it can be used as an antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and blood pressure-increasing effect.  A molecule from licorice root nullifies liver damage from alcohol and Tylenol…stunning scientific research has been systematically suppressed by Big Pharma and the FDA.  Learn all more about this on the Next Page.

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62 Responses to “Licorice As a Powerful Tool To Prevent Liver Damage”

  1. Carmie Marie

    Jan 09. 2017

    That’s candy! Poisoning!!!

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  2. Peggy Murphy Iliffe

    Oct 11. 2017

    Are you referring to Fennel??

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  3. Ana Louie

    Oct 11. 2017

    I find that hard to believe! What about the red food dye!?! ..certainly NOT good for you!

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  4. Judy Tiessen

    Oct 11. 2017

    I haven’t read the article yet, but the picture of the red licorice is really wrong. There is no real licorice in it.

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  5. Lori Brown

    Oct 11. 2017

    Black licorice.

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  6. Kathy Ramsey

    Oct 11. 2017

    They are referring to the root of glycyrrhiza glabra. Not the red candy 🙂 You do have to be careful when using the root, in some people it can higher your blood pressure.

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  7. Nat H Hawes

    Oct 11. 2017

    Do not share this completely misleading item. It is not the confectionery but a herb root known as Glycyrrhiza glabra. If suffering from high blood pressure, a heart condition, oedema or are taking certain medications such as warfarin or diuretics, do not take liquorice (or licorice) root.

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  8. Nat H Hawes

    Oct 11. 2017

    Fake click bait is all this group is about…

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  9. Desiree Olson

    Oct 11. 2017

    Brianna Marie Thoreson

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  10. Brianna Marie Thoreson

    Oct 11. 2017

    Oh gosh I hate licorice…. I guess I could learn to like it does a lot of health benefits to it.

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  11. Annabell Saunders

    Oct 12. 2017

    Then I’m going to buy myself a packet and stuff myself

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  12. Sandy Mcneill

    Oct 12. 2017

    Why post the deceptive picture?

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