Licorice Liquid Paste .
We produce Licorice Extract liquid (Paste, Liquor).
Liquorice liquid – Paste, usually referred to as liquorice, is a partially or wholly gelatinised starch paste which contains a range of sugars for sweetening and block liquorice juice as flavouring. The recipes used for producing liquorice paste vary particularly with regard to the desired eating texture. At Sepidan Osareh Jonoob Company we produce & export Licorice Extract Paste 100% Pure & Natural.
Licorice is actually the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra (related to the pea and bean family), a plant native to Europe and Asia, and often classified as a weed. In Greek, the name means “sweet root” and the root can be chewed on its own.
Licorice was one of the first foods to be investigated by the National Cancer Institute’s Experimental Food Program, and large amounts of it were even found in the Egyptian Pharaoh King Tutankhamun’s tomb. Overconsumption, however, has been linked to hypertension and cardiac dysfunction, proof that, just like most other things, it should be consumed in moderation.
Licorice extract root powder is also becoming more popular, used to flavor foods and baked goods.
We produce Licorice Extract Powder, Extract Block, Extract Liquid Paste, Extract Granule ,Extract Nugget and Etc. with The Best Quality Root in Iran.
We collect the best roots from Iranian land and also importing from Azerbaijan Republic.
Liquorice is one of the most widely used medicinal plants, both in Western and Eastern herbal medicine and has at least 3000 years of history as a medicinal plant.
The powdered root is useful in pill-making on account of its absorbent qualities, being used to impart stiffness to pill masses and to prevent the adhesion of pills.
As a remedial agent, powdered Liquorice root has been almost entirely replaced by the extract, though it is used in the well-known Compound Liquorice Powder, the mild laxative in which Senna and Fennel are the other ingredients. It is added mainly on account of its sweetness and emollient qualities, the action of the powder being mainly due to the Senna contained.
Liquorice was prescribed by early physicians from the time of Hippocrates, in cases of dropsy, to prevent thirst, for which it is an excellent thing, though probably the only sweet substance that has this effect. It is thought, however, that the property does not actually belong to the saccharine juice, but that if a piece of the root be chewed till all the juice is extracted, there remains a bitter, which acts on the salivary glands, and this may contribute to remove thirst.
The sugar of Liquorice may safely be taken by diabetic patients.
On the whole, Liquorice as a domestic medicine is far more largely used on the Continent than in Great Britain. It is much used in China and largely produced (both L. glabra and L. echinata) in some of the northern provinces, a variety of medicinal preparations being employed, not only as possessing tonic, alterative and expectorant properties, but also for the rejuvenating and highly nutritive qualities attributed to it.
It was recommended by Gervase Markham, a noted authority on husbandry and farriery in the early part of the seventeenth century, for the treatment of certain horses’ ailments.
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