Licorice Root- low blood sugar
Common Names: Sweetwood, Suessholz, Bois de-Reglisse-doux.
Parts Used: Dried root.
Bodily Influences: Licorice Root is sweet, somewhere between 4 to 50 times sweeter than cane sugar without the calories and does not increase thirst. Licorice Root can be so sweet, it has a bitter taste unless diluted. Licorice Root Pure Herbs Liquid Extract is a specific for low blood sugar symptoms. If a person is not feeling up to par and has a habit of eating white flour products or sugar products, it is safe to assume they would benefit by Licorice Root. Powdered Licorice held on the tongue and allowed to dissolve coats the throat to relieve sore throat.
Recommended Dosage: 10 to 40 drops three to four times per day under the tongue or on food as a sweetener.
References: Drs. George Wood & Franklin Bache, "The Dispensatory of the United States," 12th Edition; Dr. Eugene C. Watkins, "Get Well With Natural Remedies;" Dr. John R. Christopher, "School of Natural Healing."
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