What is it about licorice? You love it, you hate it, but there's no denying that licorice root is making a renaissance in today's "hand crafted" movement. Also known as sweet root, licorice contains a compound that is about 50 times sweeter than sugar. Licorice freaks were those kids inclined to be more adventurous eaters, right? Little did we know the healthy implications of their instincts. Licorice root has been used medicinally and in food for thousands of years. As an herbal medicine, licorice has an impressive list of well documented uses and is in the top ten of most used herbal remedies worldwide. Don't overlook the herbal wonder of licorice. Join the trend, ride the wave, and try licorice again.
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