Licorice Home Remedy For Bleeding Disorder, Fever and Heart Support

Licorice is one of the most versatile Ayurvedic herbs. Its use is seen in gastritis, aphrodisiac therapy, fever and bleeding disorders. Let us learn an effective home remedy for bleeding disorders, fever and atherosclerosis.

Home remedy video

Ingredients

What you need?
1. Licorice powder (Yashtimadhu – Glycyrrhiza glabra) – 10 grams
2. Katuki powder (Picrorrhiza kurroa) – 10 grams
3. Luke warm water.

Method of preparation

How to make?
Mix equal quantities of Licorice powder and Katuki powder into a homogeneous powder.
This powder mix in a dose of 500 mg to 1 grams two times a day, after food is administered along with a cup of luke warm water.

Benefits

1. It is useful in fever. Both Kutki and Licorice stimulate liver, calm Pitta and have anti inflammatory and antibacterial effect.
2. It is useful in bleeding disorders of Pitta origin, like nasal bleeding, heavy periods, etc.
3. Both Katuki and Licorice are known for anti-atherosclerotic activity. That means, they help to reduce the collection of cholesterol and clots in the inner side of blood pipes of heart. Hence it is a good home remedy for atherosclerosis.

How long to take?
It can be taken for 2 – 3 months time, based on doctor’s advice.

Side effects

People who are sensitive to the said ingredients should avoid it.
It is best to avoid this home remedy in children, pregnant and lactating mothers.
It is best to take this home remedy under strict medical supervision.

4 thoughts on “Licorice Home Remedy For Bleeding Disorder, Fever and Heart Support”

  1. Just a clarifying question: Does the term ‘stimulate liver’ (at least on this website) always mean “increase the volume of bile”? Or can it also mean “decrease the volume of bile” depending on context? I’m asking w.r.t. Pitta issues where there is possible excess of bile already. thanks!

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    • Thanks for pointing out. I think there is some ambiguity with my usage of term – stimulating liver.
      In most of the cases, where I use the term stimulate the liver – it means, it helps to expel excess of bile out of the body and improve liver functions. (like regulating amino acid levels, clearing drugs and poisonous substances, regulating blood clotting, reduction of infection etc.)
      Of course, bile production is a liver function. But the above herbs do not contribute to increase in bile production.
      Let us discuss liver – Pitta – bile relationship in a separate article (as already suggested by you).

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      • I bought this licorice which is pretty hard to make as a powder ,please sugges me any ways to do grind it. I liked your triphala video which I have bought all the herbs mentioned , thnks very much for the wonderful help.

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