Licorice --> glycyrrhizin

(Science: pharmacology) a substance isolated from the root of the licorice plant.

Used traditionally as an anti-inflammatory and liver protectant, glycyrrhizin also is thought to have anti-HIV activity. Possible adverse effects include low potassium levels and high blood pressure.

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