Liquorice Monograph
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NAME

LATIN NAME
Glycyrrhiza glabra

SYNONYMS (can include local names)
universal herb

FAMILY

BOTANICAL INFORMATION (can include growing environment, plant identification and processing)

PART/S USED

ADMINISTRATION
dried whole, chopped, powdered, tea, tincture, syrup, sweets, liqueurs

USES

TRADITIONAL/LOCAL USES

MODERN USES
gastrointestinal ulcers, stomach upset, cough, sweetener, congestion

DOSAGE STRATEGIES (can include 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5 etc)

SAFETY

GENERAL

PAEDIATRIC

PREGNANCY
Not to be used

ADVERSE REACTIONS
caution if hypertension or hypotension is suspected or confirmed. not to be used with digitalis

HERBAL COMBINATIONS

INTERACTIONS

HERB-DRUG INTERACTIONS

HERB-HERB INTERACTIONS

HERB-FOOD INTERACTIONS

EVIDENCE/RESEARCH

PRACTITIONER KNOWLEDGE (Please share your clinical experience of this herb here)
liquorice root is of paramount importance in any herbal formulation for stress and adrenal insufficiency

THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY

CLINICAL TRIAL EVIDENCE

PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

POSITIVE RESEARCH

NEGATIVE RESEARCH

ARTICLE LINKS (Please feel free to include relevant articles either authored by you or that you feel would be of interest to your peers in the WIKIHERB Community)

LINKS TO ARTICLES (Please place the URL link inside these brackets link here)

REFERENCES

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