Were you looking for more information about Licorice? Lycoris is a common misspelling of licorice.
Licorice is available as a dietary supplement, even though it is most commonly known for its use in candies, foods, and beverages (although these products contain little or no licorice root). The supplement appears to provide numerous benefits; it may lower cholesterol and may work for treating ulcers, heartburn, and indigestion. However, licorice could also cause dangerous side effects, including high blood pressure, low blood potassium, and muscle damage.
(Click Licorice to learn more about other possible benefits of licorice, a list of potential side effects that can occur, and general warnings and precautions. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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