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Licorice root is known for aiding heartburn and acid reflux as well as healing leaky gut and ulcers. Adrenal fatigue is remedied by this naturally sweet herb. Recent studies have found licorice root to have properties that treat and prevent many diseases including Hepititus C, HIV, and influenza. It is an incredible expectorant helping loosen and expel mucus and it has anti-inflammatory properties that help with sore throats that often come with illness.

Licorice root has an estrogen-type effect potentially helping with fertility and PMS/Menopause issues including heat flashes. This herb is also known as an antispasmodic which can aldi irate cramps of any type.

Topically, licorice is known for helping eczema and other dermal conditions.


Ingredients: Licorice Root, Distilled Water, Glycerine

Ingredients: Licorice Root, Alcohol

Dosage Recommendations:

Younger then 3 months ~ 2 drops
3-6 months ~ 3 drops
6-9 months ~ 4 drops
9-12 months ~ 5 drops
12-18 months ~ 7 drops
18 – 24 months ~ 8 drops
2-3 years ~ 10 drops
3-4 years ~ 12 drops
4-6 years ~ 15 drops
6-9 years ~ 24 drops
9-12 years ~ 30 drops

Adult Dosage: 1/4 tsp – 1/2 tsp

Use every 30 minutes until asleep.
For stress, anxiety, or headaches use 2-3 times a day as needed.

* Note: Herbs are wonderful to use for medicine and often don’t have side effects (unless of course you are allergic to some of them). They are also not easy to overdose on. When I treat my family with an herbal tincture, I usually give them 2-3 times the amount I have listed above without any problems. Again, start small and see what works for your family. Every BODY is different.

* Note: If this is your first time using an herbal medicine, know that herbal medicine doesn’t work like Tylenol or ibuprofen. Herbs work with your body and can often take time to begin to make a visual difference. Of course we recommend that if a fever is higher then your doctor or you are comfortable with, please seek medical attention.

Storage: Store in a cool, dark place. Sunlight or extreme temperatures can alter this product and cause it to spoil or lose it’s effectiveness. Shelf life 2-3 years.

Disclaimers: Be sure to try a small amount before you “dive in” as some people may be allergic to certain herbs and not know it.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Additional information


Glycerine, Alcohol


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