original licorice candy made with the licorice root. this is a delicious treat which is mildly laxative and alleviates symptoms of colds and flu. warning: licorice should not be used by those suffering from high blood pressure (it raises the bp quite a lot!), diabetes, glaucoma, heart disease or a history of stroke, kidney disease. best avoided when pregnant. may cause water retention and loss of potassium. do not use for more than 4 weeks consecutively.
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