Licorice, a commonly found herb, is a health building tonic in itself. It derives its botanical name from the Greek word Glycyrrhiza glabra, where glykys means sweet and riza means root. This herbal ingredient is used to treat a variety of skin issues and is also found in cosmetics.
Licorice may offer a lot of health benefits to the digestive tract. It is believed to have anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-spasmodic effects.
Licorice root is a mainstay home remedy for women with menstrual cramps and is also believed to help alleviate many of the adverse symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes.
Full Ingredients: Licorice Powder also known as Mulethi.
How to use: While there are no universal guidelines directing the appropriate use of licorice root, doses of up to 400 milligrams twice daily are considered safe for short-term use. You can make a paste of licorice powder and apply it to your scalp or face. It cleanses skin from impurities and gives you a radiant and flawless appearance.
Best Before: 18 months from manufacture date.