As a wholesaler of liquorice sweets, we supply a large range of liquorice sweets at competitive wholesale prices.
There is a high demand for liquorice sweets in the UK.
How do we know that there is a high demand for wholesale liquorice sweets? Well, first of all because we sell a lot of it but most importantly because our trade customers buy from us over and over again and a lot of our customers say that there customers LOVE our liquorice and keep coming back for more.
We sell over 200 different types of wholesale liquorice and over 30 types of sugar free liquorice. We are the wholesaler with the largest range of liquorice products in the UK. In stock for immediate delivery at very competitive prices.
Our liquorice will get people to come back to you for more! There are thousands of liquorice lovers in the UK and the supermarkets don’t sell a large range of liquorice so all those liquorice lovers can buy from YOU!
We sell liquorice at wholesale prices from all of these countries: Belgium, England, Holland, Finland, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Germany.
We sell wholesale liquorice in all these flavours: mint, strawberry, salt, double salt, triple salt, chocolate, root liquorice, sweet, soft and sweet, hard and sweet, pure liquorice sticks, acacia liquorice, aniseed, raspberry, liquorice creams, liquorice torpedoes, salmiak liquorice, boiled, liquorice toffee, schoolchalks, toffee liquorice, honey, banana, chilly liquorice, liquorice foam, lemon, apple, caramel, chocolate covered liquorice, lime, herb liquorice, jelly belly liquorice, liquorice lollies, etc….
We sell gluten free, gelatine free, sugar free liquorice.
For the REAL liquorice lovers, we sell liquorice tooth paste, liquorice spaghetti, liquorice after shave and even liquorice shampoo.
Liquorice is good for you!
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Nutritious and Delicious : The Many Benefits Of Liquorice
Here is some information about liquorice and it’s many health benefits.
Liquorice, scientifically known as Glycyrrhiza glabra, is a legume that has been cultivated for its valuable roots for thousands of years. Once believed to hold mystic healing powers, the liquorice root was used as a cure-all in many ancient civilisations, from Egypt to China. These days, liquorice root is best known for its use in flavouring confectionery. This is no surprise, as liquorice contains the compound glycrrhizin, which is fifty times sweeter than table sugar! Although liquorice grows naturally in the Mediterranean, it is also cultivated as a plant crop in many other regions, such as the United Kingdom, Russia, and the Middle East.
What may come as a surprise, however, is that this same super-sweet substance is now scientifically recognised for its medicinal value and multiplicity of health benefits. In fact, just last year liquorice was dubbed the “Medicinal plant of 2012.” In accordance with several research studies published in the past three years, liquorice is hailed as a remedial substance for ailments such as inflammatory stomach conditions, indigestion, sore throat, and—most recently—even diabetes.
Liquorice can be used in its root form, as an extract, or as a candy. Liquorice roots contain dried rhizomes. Boiling the liquorice root and extracting the remains, which when solidified, make liquorice extract.
Licorice Root is known for its antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antioxidant, antidepressant, demulcent and expectorant activity. Due to its remarkable healing components, Licorice Root has been used in the treatment of many minor to severe health conditions which include asthma, body odour, chronic fatigue, depression, obesity, sore throat, cold and flu, coughs, bronchitis, dandruff, gingivitis and tooth decay, canker sores, infections caused by viruses such as hepatitis, fungal infections, athlete’s foot, heartburn, constipation, peptic ulcer, liver problems, emphysema, psoriasis, shingles, skin rash, hyperpigmentation, baldness, tuberculosis, yeast infections, hormone regulation, mood swings, hot flashes associated with menopause, PMS, muscle cramps, prostate enlargement, bursitis, tendinitis, gout, and rheumatoid arthritis. Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice Root (DGL) is often suggested for high cholesterol levels, arterial plaque and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Preliminary studies have shown that Liquorice Root may suppress the multiplication of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and might be beneficial for people who are at the risk or are suffering from AIDS.
A Few Medicinal Uses of Liquorice
Gastric Disorders & Stomach Ulcers:
Liquorice is used in a number of ways to cure various gastrointestinal and stomach conditions. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is used to treat colic, heartburn, and chronic gastris (inflammation of the lining of the stomach).
Stomach ulcers, most commonly Peptic ulcers, can be treated using liquorice. Liquorice extract is partially composed of flavonoids that kill ulcer-causing bacteria, mainly Helicobacter pylori.
According to Kew.org, Liquorice Root is a common ingredient in present-day cough mixtures and throat lozenges. Liquorice can be used as an expectorant to treat respiratory problems such as coughing, asthma, sore throat, and bronchitis. Liquorice extract is an expectorant, which promotes the passage of mucus and other material from the lungs. Because of this quality, liquorice can loosen phlegm and treat bronchitis and colds. By loosening phlegm, liquorice makes it easier to cough out, thus contributing to cleaner lungs and organs, which is healthier.
Liquorice has been shown to have effects similar to hydrocortizone when applied topically, as stated by NaturalTherapyPages.com, as well as many other natural healing organisations. It is used in creams and pastes and applied to the afflicted skin.
Heart Disease and High Cholesterol
According to studies, Licorice Root may regulate the cholesterol levels by improving the bile flow. The antioxidant activity of Licorice Root may inhibit the development of arterial plaque and improve the capillary health. Therefore, taking one capsule of Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice Root extract can help regulate cholesterol levels and can help prevent cardiovascular heart diseases.
Shingles and Herpes
Licorice Root Extract has been used in the treatment of cold sores, shingles and herpes simplex. A few studies have shown that anti viral activity of Licorice Root extract may suppress the progression and recurrence of cold sores caused by herpes simplex virus. In some severe cases topical application of carbenoxolone cream, which is a synthetic derivative of glycyrrhizinic acid, has been beneficial for the herpes virus. A simple remedy for shingles, herpes simplex and cold sores is to take one capsule of Licorice Root extract twice daily and apply Licorice Root extract gel or ointment on to the affected area 4 to 5 times daily.
According to homeremediesweb.com, liquorice roots have anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, and anti-depressant qualities. Because liquorice roots have antioxidant properties, they are useful in treating high cholesterol, heart disease, and menopause. The liquorice root is used in its de-glycyrrhizinated form to promote positive progress without nasty side effects. In the de-glycyrrhizinated form, the antioxidant properties can slow down arterial plaque (a leading problem in heart disease) and improve capillary health, which is central to preventing heart disease.
Taking one capsule of liquorice root extract can aid in regulating hormone production in menopausal women. The antioxidant properties work with the estrogenic properties in liquorice to produce added benefits. PMS and menstrual cramps (caused by hormone fluctuation) are lessened if liquorice roots are used, due to the anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties of this plant.
According to research, Glycyrrhizic acid in Licorice Root could help with depression and anxiety by promoting adrenal gland function. Stress hormones such as cortisol are regulated by the adrenal glands. Chronic fatigue, depression and anxiety are usually because of depleted hormone levels. Drinking one cup of Licorice tea twice daily may be beneficial for anxiety, depression, nervousness and migraines caused by stress.
Liquorice and Diabetes
The most recent discovery concerning the health benefits of liquorice came with a hint of irony in the spring of 2012, when a study conducted by the Max Plank Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin, Germany suggested that liquorice (the sweetest of all sweets) may be the newest treatment for diabetes. According to an article titled “Licorice: The Candy that Fights Diabetes,” published in The Atlantic in May 2012, “scientists have discovered that Liquorice Root from the papilionaceae or leguminous family might also be effective in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.” Doctor Singhs’ blog on Liquorice benefits says liquorice is used to treat mild cognitive issues caused by diabetes. The flavonoids in liquorice help enhance the memory and strengthen nerves.
Liquorice As a Confectionery
Of course, one can’t forget the most obvious benefit of liquorice: it tastes delicious! Because of its unique flavour and extreme sweetness, liquorice extract or liquorice root is a very popular flavouring for confectionery today. People all over the world enjoy the benefits of this exquisite plant.
The information given here has been obtained via the internet, therefore we cannot guarantee it’s accuracy. Eating too much liquorice can have side effects. If you have any health conditions, check with your GP if eating liquorice is good for you.
www.herballegacy.com / www.homeremediesweb.com/licorice-root-health-benefits.php
www.NaturalTherapyPages.co.uk / www.NaturalNews.com / www.theatlantic.com/health / www.kew.org