Licorice ( Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a species of plant in the bean family ( Fabaceae), in the genus Licorice ( Glycyrrhiza). Licorice is native to Eurasia, central and south-west Asia and the Mediterranean region. Different subspecies of liquorice are mainly cultivated in Iran, Afghanistan, China, Pakistan, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Turkey. The main active substance in liquorice root is glycyrrhizin. It is glycyrrhizin that is responsible for the sweet taste of the root, being as much as 50 times sweeter than sucrose.
Ingredients: 100 % liquorice root(Glycyrrhiza glabra radix), crushed and dried.
Usage:In this form, it is ideal as an accompaniment to various types of teas. It can also be added to any desserts or porridges. Extracts and extracts obtained from liquorice root will be used to make popular jellies, as well as candies and juices.Interestingly, for some time now, liquorice has also been used as an additive to savoury dishes that enhance flavour, such as grilled vegetables and salmon.However, remember that it has a very intense flavour and too much of it can dominate the whole meal.
Warnings: the product may contain traces of milk (including lactose), soya beans, peanuts, other nuts, sesame seeds, oats, eggs, shellfish, fish.Do not use in persons sensitive to the constituents of the tea. Pregnant women and people suffering from hypertension and kidney disease should avoid excessive use of liquorice. After 4 weeks of use, a break should be taken.
Net quantity: 50 g
Storage conditions: Store in a dry, dark place at +5 to +25°C.
Distributor: Divari UAB