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Glycyrrhiza glabra extract ( Liquorice)

Extensive reports are available on modern pharmacological research on this drug. It has been included in various pharmacopoeiae (USP/BP/JP/USSRP/IP etc). A derivate of the compound Glycyrrhizin is reported to have anti-inflammatory action. Both liquorice extract and Glycyrrhetinic acid are shown to have desoxycorticosterone, and ACTH-like effects, though with less toxicity than cortisone, encouraging its use as an anti-arthritic agent.

Product Presentation:

Amsar offers this extract in powder , granule, liquid and paste form to facilitate the ease of use by formulators.

Additional information:

The extracts are delivered paraben free, and low bacterial count without the use of any chemical orgamma treatment. Amsar is a responsible manufacturer providing green eco friendly extracts and does not discharge solvents, gases or other hazardous materials into the environment.

  • Latin Name : Glycyrrhiza Glabra

  • Sanskrit Name : Yashtimadhu

  • Common Name : Liquorice

  • Family : Leguminosae

  • Part Plant Used : Root

  • Solvent Used : Water

  • Storage Condition : In Double Sealed Pp Bags

  • Appearance : Brown Powder

  • Organoleptic Test : Sweet Taste

  • Odour :  Characteristic Odour

  • Herb Ext. Ratio : 5:1

  • Water Soluble Extractives By Ip 66 Method Taking 1gm Of Sample : Not Less Than 70%

  • Solubility By Ip Taking 1gm Of Sample In 50% Alcohol : Not Less Than 70%

  • Glycyrrhizinic Acid By Garratt : Not Less Than 20%

CAUTION : Glycyrrhiza should not be confused with Taverneria cuniefolia know as jesthimadh in

western India which is a therapeutically inert plant or Abrus Precatorius which is know as Indian or Wild

Licorice and which contains an intensely poisonous albumin called Abrin.

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