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Licorice (Powder / Cut & Sifted) Tea

$39.99 $59.99

 

Licorice Root Tea (100 grams)
Botanical Name:  Glycyrrhiza Glabra

Licorice has been used for many centuries as a natural agent to help soothe, heal and totify. It is probably the most well-known for its ability to help strengthen the adrenals. It is used in traditional healing for ulcers of the mouth, stomach or duodenum, and it is well known as a herbal cough remedy.

Chinese medicine has cited Licorice as a remedy for strength and long life for several thousand years. It is an ambassador herb, meaning the herb that helps other herbs to harmonise and synergistic with other herbs within the body.

Licorice was carried by the armies of Alexander the Great to help fight thirst, and promote endurance (it’s great for the adrenal glands).

Licorice does well in addressing atopic dermatitis, rosacea, and psoriasis – and you can thank a phytonutrient in the root for that called Glycyrrhizin .  Glycyrrhizin  is a well-known anti-inflammatory, which means it tends to lessen the redness and irritation on inflamed and irritated skin. Licorice is also an antioxidant, which means it protects the skin against free radical and other environmental pollutants.

A hot tea is a great way to remedy a ”dry cough, hoarseness, wheezing or shortness of breath, heat of urine and minor griefs of the lungs"

Ingredients: Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)

How to use:
For external application:  Take 1 tsp to make a tea. Take a clean cloth, soak it in the tea, and use that on irritated skin.
For consumption: Add 1 tsp in boiling water and allow it to seep for 7 minutes, then drink .

Licorice Root Tea (100 grams)
Botanical Name:  Glycyrrhiza Glabra

Licorice has been used for many centuries as a natural agent to help soothe, heal and totify. It is probably the most well-known for its ability to help strengthen the adrenals. It is used in traditional healing for ulcers of the mouth, stomach or duodenum, and it is well known as a herbal cough remedy.

Chinese medicine has cited Licorice as a remedy for strength and long life for several thousand years. It is an ambassador herb, meaning the herb that helps other herbs to harmonise and synergistic with other herbs within the body.

Licorice was carried by the armies of Alexander the Great to help fight thirst, and promote endurance (it’s great for the adrenal glands).

Licorice does well in addressing atopic dermatitis, rosacea, and psoriasis – and you can thank a phytonutrient in the root for that called Glycyrrhizin .  Glycyrrhizin  is a well-known anti-inflammatory, which means it tends to lessen the redness and irritation on inflamed and irritated skin. Licorice is also an antioxidant, which means it protects the skin against free radical and other environmental pollutants.

A hot tea is a great way to remedy a ”dry cough, hoarseness, wheezing or shortness of breath, heat of urine and minor griefs of the lungs"

Ingredients: Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)

How to use:
For external application:  Take 1 tsp to make a tea. Take a clean cloth, soak it in the tea, and use that on irritated skin.
For consumption: Add 1 tsp in boiling water and allow it to seep for 7 minutes, then drink .

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