Licorice Powder Uses
licorice powder uses are various, such as medicinal syrups, traditional and herbal drinks, tea bags etc. it has also some benefits for our health.
Licorice is a medicinal herb which has been an efficient remedy for a couple of health problems. It is used in food and beverages as a flavoring. It is aromatic as well. natural and high-quality licorice roots are cleaned, dried and powdered by modern instruments. Licorice root powder is used in making tea bags, medicinal syrups, and other traditional beverages. It has some benefits for our health, for example it is helpful for adrenal and kidneys.
Based on Indian Ayurveda, licorice in nature is cold.
Licorice is presented in different forms in the market. Licorice root, licorice root powder. Licorice extract powder, licorice extract paste, licorice extract block, licorice extract granules, licorice DGL etc. Each one has got its own features and used in specific industries.
Sepidan Osareh Jonoob Company is one the leading producers and exporters of licorice products in the world. This company has achieved great successes due to its premium products, using modern machinery and instruments in production lines and laboratory, expert staff, observing global standards in production and management and many more.
In this article we consider different licorice powder uses.
Licorice powder has got expectorant features. It relives sore throat and cough and removes mucus through coughing it out. If you feel irritation in your throat, licorice reduces this unpleasant feeling. It loosens the mucus in respiratory tract. It is an effective remedy for tuberculosis, bronchitis and generally for respiratory diseases.
Licorice powder can be used with honey to relieve dental and oral sores and disorders.
Licorice powder is used in skincare products due to its benefits for skin.
Licorice powder is also useful for treatment of stomach disorders. You can take 1 teaspoon of licorice powder and mix it with milk to reduce the pains in digestive system. It controls acid reflux and prevents heartburn. Licorice is anti-inflammatory and anti-viral. It decreases inflammation in digestive organs. It controls H.Pylori bacteria.
Licorice powder is used in dietary supplements for viral and bacterial infections, menopausal conditions, digestive problems, circulatory disorders and many more.
In Chinese traditional medicine it is believed that using licorice powder increases your strength and your energy levels. But take care about the amount of licorice usage. Do not over use it.
Licorice powder is anti-bacterial and anti-viral. So, it defends our body against various infections. It boosts our immunity. It used in herbal drinks, teas, medicines like syrups, tablets and capsules and many more.
Other Uses of Licorice Powder
Licorice powder prevents hair loss and repairs damaged hair. It inhibits free radicals. It is found in shampoos and hair masks. It removes dandruff and promotes hair growth. It is also known that licorice stops premature greying. You can apply licorice powder on your hair with olive oil.
According to Sepidan Osareh Jonoob Company’s studies, licorice powder uses are numerous. Different industries consume it in their products.
Licorice powder can be added to other spices to be used in food and create a distinctive taste.
The color of this powder is yellow. This powder contains antioxidants, antibiotics, calcium, glycyrrhizin acid etc.
Licorice powder is used in sunscreens and can protect our skin against sun UV rays. Topical use of licorice powder even fades the scars on our skin; these scares are caused by acne or injuries or other problems. For your skin, you can mix licorice powder with honey and water to make a paste. Then rub it on your skin for a couple of minutes and afterwards wash it.
It supports adrenal glands and controls stress. Licorice powder cab be used in candies as sweetener.
It is consumed in face masks to moisturize the skin and remove the wrinkles; because it has antioxidants and reproduces collagen. It disappears dark spots caused by hyperpigmentation. It prevents the accumulation of pigments.
In Indian Ayurveda, licorice powder is considered a popular and beneficial ingredient. It has been a traditional herbal remedy for treatment of sore throat, nasal congestion, pain in joints, skin infections, digestive problems, obesity, respiratory diseases and many others.
Licorice Side Effects
Licorice is generally considered as a safe food ingredient as long as it is used at standard level. Individuals who suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure, liver and kidney problems, pregnant or breastfeeding women, people who had a stroke or heart attack, should consult with their doctor about using licorice and it is better to limit licorice usage. Excessive use of licorice can decrease potassium levels, changes heart beat rhythms and result in weakness and fatigue in our muscles, high blood pressure and other problems.
Written by: Sepidan Osareh Jonoob Co.
Edited by: Shokripour, Meysam
Provided by: Sepidan Osareh Jonoob Co.
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