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Herbal plants and medicinal properties
Botanical Name :- Glycyrrhiza glabra
Indian name :- Mulethi
Liquorice is a popular flavouring agent. It is a tall, erect herb growing up to 1.5 meters height. It has compound leaves, lilac or light violet flowers, flat fruit and is densely covered with small spinous outgrowths. It was used for its rejuvenating properties especially when used for long periods. It was used to quench thirst, alleviate feverishness, pain, cough and distress of breathing. Liquorice plays an important role in ayurvedic system of medicine and is one of the principle drugs mentioned by Susruta. Liquorice is cultivated in southern Europe, Syria , Iraq, Turkey, Greece and Russia. Large quantities of these roots are annualy improved in India. The herb contains glycyrrhizin, glycryrhizic acid and glycyrrhetinic acid.
Properties :- The root of the plant is a laxative and expectorant. When externally used it as a soothing effect on the skin. Liquorice is an excellent remedy for relieving pain, discomfort and other symptoms caused by bitter matter in the stomatch. It should be taken in a powder form. This herb is used in a home remedy for sour throat. Liquorice is used in the treatment of myopia. Half teaspoon of the powder of the root mixed with a equal amount of honey and half quantity ghee can be given to the patient twice a day. Liquorice is very effective in treating pain due to stomach ulcers. Liquorice is useful in muscular pains. Other uses of this herbs are mouth disorders, baldness, wounds and scalds and corns.