Ayurvedic Treatment



  • Botanical Name: Glycyrrhiza Glabra
  • English/Common Name: Licorice
  • Ayurvedic Name: Mulethi / Yasthimadhu
  • Parts used: Rhizome, Root
  • Family: Lequminosae
  • Habitat: Balauchistan, Sub Himalayan trac


  • As a tonic source of chemicals like glycyrrhizin and its salts, Glycyrrhetic Acid & its derivatives
  • As a Flavoring agent.
  • Anti inflammatory effect
  • Expectorant effect
  • ulcer healing property
  • As a vitalizes of body
  • As an Aphrodisiac
  • As a memory stimulant
  • In metabolic disorder
  • In general debility
  • In stress disorder
  • In genito urinary disorder
  • Fatigue

Ayurvedic concept:

Licorice root can also be used for auto-immune conditions including lupus, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis and animal dander allergies. it is also used in both mouth ulcers and peptic ulcers. Licorice is also a mild laxative and may be used as a topical antiviral agent for shingles, ophthalmic, oral or genital herpes.


There may be a possibility of affecting electrolyte balance with extended use of large doses of licorice, thus raising blood pressure. The whole herb has constituents that counter this, but don't use Licorice in hypertension, kidney disease or in pregnancy. It may also interfere with calcium and potassium absorption in the body. Also not to be used in case of osteoporosis

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