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The Latin name: glycyrrhiza uralensis
Glycyrrhiza uralensis P. E has a long history of medicinal use in Europe and Asia. At high doses, there are potentially severe side effect, including hypertension (high blood pressure) , hypokalemia (low blood potassium levels) and fluid retention. most adverse effects have been attributed to the chemical component glycyrrhiza (or glycyrrhizic acid) . Glycyrrhiza uralensis P. E can be processed to remove the glycyrrhiza, resulting in DGL (deglycyrrhizinated licorice) , which does not appear to share the metabolic disadvantages of licorice.
In Europe, glycyrrhiza uralensis P. E has often been used to treat cough, bronchitis, gastritis, and peptic ulcer disease. In Chinese medicine, it is felt to benefit gas, reduce "Fire Poison" (sore throat, skin eruptions) , and diminish "Heat. " Specific conditions treated by Chinese herbalists include gastric and duodenal ulcers, abdominal pain, pharyngitis, malaria, tuberculosis, abscesses and sores. In Ayurveda, licorice is felt to be effective in the treatment of constipation, inflamed joints, peptic ulcer disease, and diseases of the eye.
Package: cardboard drums, with double aseptic food poly bags inside. Or by cartons, with vacual aseptic food poly bags inside, 20kgs per carton with 8 bags inside,2.5kg per bag.