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Hi, I suffer from peptic ulcer for many years. I take Nexium and Ranitidine regularly. But, there is my cousin who said that he got much relief since he started to take tea of deglycyrrhizinated licorice. Is it actually working?

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Deglycyrrhizinated licorice, commonly abbreviated DGL, is an extract of the root of licorice. It is better then original licorice because it has reduced mineralocorticoid activity. Licorice has a many healing properties. It is mostly used for peptic ulcer healing and when an anti-inflammatory remedy is needed. It contains glycyrrhizinic acid, which has mineralocorticoid-like and testosterone-reducing activities. You should not use original herb if you suffer from hypertension, water retention and hypokalemia. However, DGL is safe even for these categories of patients.
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