All encompassing management of corrosive peptic infection. Yashtimadhu (Licorice/Glycyrrhiza glabra) has been utilized for sweetening confections for eras. It is additionally one of the world’s most broadly explored herbs for its part in supporting the body’s typical digestive capacity.

Specialists at the Department of Experimental Pharmacology, the University of Naples, Italy, name Yashtimadhu as a digestive herb that ‘has been utilized widely and had its clinical adequacy reported.’ They additionally recommend the use of Yashtimadhu as a dietary supplement to existing treatments.

Researchers at the Laboratory of Natural Medicinal Materials, Tokyo, Japan, bring up that Yashtimadhu was included in Ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Chinese drug frameworks as one of their most habitually used plants. In Japan, the most seasoned example of Yashtimadhu, acquired from China in the eighth century, still exists in the Imperial Storehouse in Shosoin.

Yashtimadhu develops in the subtropical and warm mild areas of the world, mainly in the Mediterranean region and China.

Dynamic constituents:
yashtimadhuThe foremost constituent of Yashtimadhu and the element that gives Yashtimadhu its typically sweet taste, is called glycyrrhizin (otherwise called glycyrrhizic corrosive and glycyrrhizinic corrosive), a saponin glycoside

that is 50 times as sweet as sucrose. Its flavonoid constituents incorporate liquiritigenin and isoliquiritigenin. Glycyrrhizin is a gastroprotective and builds the rate of bodily fluid discharge by the gastric mucosa. Glycyrrhizin is additionally in charge of the demulcent, expectorant and antitussive properties of Yashtimadhu and can decrease irritation in the body.

Herb benefits of Yashtimadhu:
Against ulcer: Yashtimadhu is useful in treating corrosive peptic malady. Logical studies have demonstrated that its concentrate decreases gastric corrosive discharge and hinders the development of peptic ulcers. Yashtimadhu treats ulcers by quickening mucin discharge by expanding the amalgamation of glycoprotein at the gastric mucosa, drawing out the life of the epithelial cells and antipepsin movement. It is additionally advantageous in the administration of aphthous ulcers or mouth wounds.

For ligaments: Yashtimadhu has been used as a part of customary treatment for ligamentjoint pain due to its calming action.

For hypertension: The counter hypersensitive properties of Yashtimadhu have been credited to the corticosteroid-like action of glycyrrhizin and glycyrrhetic corrosive, otherwise called enoxolone.


Recommended dose:
One capsule , twice per day or as coordinated by your doctor

Every capsule contains 250mg concentrate of Yashthimadhu

Side effects of Yashtimadhu.
Yashthimadhu is actually 100% safe for use, therefore it causes no adverse reactions.