Licorice Has Never Tasted So Sweet
Licorice root has been utilized by many cultures throughout the world for centuries because of its effectiveness as an overall body tonic. Containing lecithin, protein, magnesium, silicon, thiamine, and Vitamins B and Vitamin E, Licorice root can be used alone or with combination herbal remedies. Licorice root’s anti-inflammatory properties make it especially beneficial for relieving a variety of ailments such as sore throats, arthritis, asthma and muscle spasms.
Licorice root has been known to stimulate the production of digestive fluids and bile to soothe ulcers, intestinal inflammation and support the healthy function of the kidneys, liver and bladder.
Sweet tasting Licorice root has also been used in the treatment of depression, chronic fatigue, as well as reducing fevers, and relieving constipation.
- Supports the adrenal glands.
- Provides lymphatic energy.
- Supports the liver and proper sugar balance.
Our Product Advantage
We use only the highest quality Glycyrrhiza glabra root. ATC concentrated capsules are processed using a method called “ancient traditional concept” (ATC). ATC processing yields a more concentrated product. The liquid is drawn off at controlled temperatures before this solvent-free product can be capsulated, thereby delivering much more of the desired nutrients per capsule. ATC concentrates are assimilated into the body at a much faster rate.
A natural and pure extract composed of the finest licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) in water and alcohol.
Contains 15 – 20% Alcohol
Licorice Root capsules: Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily. Licorice Root Liquid Herb: Take approximately 20–25 drops (1 ml) three times daily with water. Licorice Root ATC Concentrated: Take 1 capsule with meals twice daily.Take 20-25 drops with water three times daily.
|Nutritional:||Gastro Health (Herbal H-p Fighters), Energ-V Capsules, B, B-Complex Capsules, Joint Support (JNT-A) Capsules|
|Homeopathics:||Fatigue/Exhaustion, Inflammation, Asthma|
How Does it Work?
Traditional herbalists use licorice root as a general tonic and for respiratory support. It also supports the liver. Most Chinese herb combinations use licorice to balance the other herbs and to promote vitality. It has a reputation for helping the entire body maintain balance (particularly helpful to women who menstruate) and for promoting well-being. Licorice contains triterpenoid saponins, flavonoids, isoflavonoids, magnesium, silicon, sodium and other beneficial constituents.