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Mulethi contains a compound called glabridin, which is a potent antioxidant and skin whitening agent. It can improve the complexion, reduce pigmentation, and prevent skin aging

Do You Know

Licorice(Mulethi) , scientifically known as Glycyrrhiza glabra, is one of the most popular medicinal plants belonging to the Fabaceae family. It is a perennial herb grown in temperate zones. The plant parts used are runners and roots, which are collected in the fall season. The medicinal use of licorice in western and eastern cultures dates back thousands of years, it is also one of the most common ingredients in Chinese medicine.  The name Glycyrrhiza is derived from the Greek terms ‘glykos’, meaning sweet, and ‘rhiza’, meaning root. 

It is native to the Mediterranean region and grown in India, China, Spain, Iran, Russia and Italy. Licorice is also known as, Jothi-madh and Mulaithi (Hindi), Licorice, Liqourices, and Sweet wood (English), and Licorice, Liqourices, and Sweet wood (Sanskrit)

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Staying abreast of the ever-evolving landscape of science and nutrition, we consistently stay informed through ongoing research. Delve deeper into the specific vitamin and its evidence-based functions in the body by exploring the links below. Embrace the opportunity to immerse yourself in continuous learning!

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