Is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra, from it sweet flavour can be extracted, knowledge of plants is getting aged
We have to pursue the natural medicine which is left behind like the secrets of lost treasures, highly commercialisation of medicine industry forcing to take natural measures
Licorice flavours are used as candies or sweeteners, then it sounds like these plants have more friends
Some plants can surprise us with it's diversified properties, nature is blessed with numerous abilities.
Licorice extracts used in herbalism and traditional medicine, this is the process of plantation discipline
Traditional medicine is very undervalued, because more than health materialistic aspects are more valued
Everything have a limit, excessive consumption of something can bring up adverse effect
When we are learning about something it's important to swim into the all corners of the subject, for the right adjust.
In Greek it's called as glukurrhiza means sweet root, what we know becomes the our bearing fruit
So many names of the plant, makes them sign of diversification, then discussion turns into specification
Scent of licorice root comes from a complex and variable combination of compounds, more we research more we get space for more and depth of grounds
Thought itself about the creation of all plantation world is thrilling one, this space is filled with mysteries and complex subjects in ton.
In the Netherlands, liquorice confectionery is one of the most popular forms of sweets, it is sold in so many forms
More formations and ways of creation adds so much value and it becomes the point of asset, with time generations starts forgetting the art of natural medicine, this blink of thought is a upset
Raw form of medicinal plants and it's components reflects the glimpse of divine ingredient, like absolute ancient
Which have medicinal attribute, is licorice root.
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