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Cured with Candy

Tutankhamen was buried with it to guard him from evil spirits in the underworld. Greek and Roman legionnaires chewed it to quench their thirst as they marched through the desert. Even the Kama Sutra recommended drinking it with milk and sugar as an aphrodisiac. Far from being an ancient nutritional fad, the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra—more widely known as licorice—remains one of today’s most extensively used and scientifically investigated herbal substances.

Licorice has been shown to soothe bowel and kidney irritations, cleanse the colon, and strengthen the liver. It provides a mild laxative effect and expels mucous from the lungs, making it helpful in the treatment of bronchitis, laryngitis, and sore throats—especially when taken as a tea.

Learn more about the healing powers of licorice.

Come Clean
http://www.yogajournal.com/health/660_1.cfm?ctsrc=nldn

A Candy and a Cure
http://www.yogajournal.com/health/71_1.cfm?ctsrc=nldn

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