Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Mulathee) or Licorice.
Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Mulathee – Sweet wood) is a perennial herb that has deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to southern Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean region. The plant is of blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves and widely cultivated in Asia and Europe for its long thick sweet roots.
The family name of the plant is of Leguminosae. The Mulathee / Sweet wood or Glycyrrhiza Glabra is native to southern Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean and extensively cultivated in Russia, Spain, Iran and India.
The uses of Licorice or Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Mulathee) were learnt by the Greeks from the Scythians as mentions it in the 3rd century BC for dry coughs while Homeopathic use of Licorice is back to the first century.
The herb is a good curative agent and useful to cure Coughs and Lung disease. The herb is also used as an ingredient in spells to ensure fidelity.
Other Names :
Sweet Licorice, Sweet Wood, Lacrisse, Licorice Root, Liquorice, Reglisse, Regolizia, Suessholz.
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