Licorice – High Grade

Licorice – High Grade


200 mL (6.8 fl oz) M7190 $66.50

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In one study,  the control mice were infected with such a lethal influenza virus that 100% of the control group died within 11 days.  At the same time, the group given a licorice derivative all survived past 15 days (1).  This is what we recommend in our Sunrise/Plantation and Downtown Miami Chiropractic offices for all our patients unless they are suffering from hypertension.  Armed with High Grade Licorice you may feel safer to go back to work.  Licorice has been used extensively in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Indian Medicine for thousands of years.   High quality Licorice contains triterpenoid saponins (especially glycyrrhizin), other saponins, flavonoids, sterols and other compounds. Licorice High Grade contains a higher percentage of glycyrrhizin than the regular Licorice 1:1 product and is set at a minimum of 30 mg/mL of glycyrrhizin to ensure optimal strength and quality. The phytochemicals in Licorice High Grade, particularly the glycyrrhizin, work together to:

  • promote healthy adrenal gland function
  • support and soothe the digestive and urinary tract systems
  • support the integrity of the oral mucosa
  • promote a healthy response to environmental stresses
  • support healthy lung function
  • support the body’s normal cough reflex
  • facilitate the body’s natural ability to break up respiratory secretions
  • encourage normal bowel movement*


Suggested Use: Dilute 2.5 mL (approx. 1/2 teaspoon) in water or juice once per day, or as directed.

Caution: Contraindicated in high blood pressure, edema (water retention), congestive heart failure, low blood potassium, pregnancy and lactation.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2.5 mL (approx. 1/2 teaspoon)
Servings per Container:  80 or 186
Amount per Serving %DV
Calories 5
Licorice root extract from Glycyrrhiza glabra root 4.2 g
Containing glycyrrhizin 75 mg
2.5 mL
†Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: Purified water, 20% alcohol and maltodextrin.

For other contraindications and cautions, please refer to the Potential Herb-Drug Interactions Chart.