Licorice root extract supports normal adrenal, respiratory and immunological functions. The Licorice Root Liquid formula accommodates a range of protocols.
Available: 2 Ounce Liquid
- Improves Stress Resilience
- Supports Healthy Energy Levels
- Strengthens the Body’s Stress Response
- Helps Maintain a Balanced Cortisol-to-DHEA Ratio
High-stress lifestyles are known to push the stress response system into overdrive, often leading to a rise in levels of the hormone cortisol. While small amounts of cortisol are essential for health and survival, an overproduction of cortisol can ultimately cause the depletion of certain hormones and their precursors (including pregnenolone, DHEA and progesterone), along with a depleted production of cortisol itself, which can lead to low energy levels and fatigue.
Licorice root extract is well-documented for its ability to strengthen the body’s stress response and support healthy energy levels. The botanical extract contains a number of active compounds that promote hormone balance, boost immune function and support the body’s resistance to fatigue. This liquid formulation of Licorice Root Adrenal Boost allows for flexible dosing throughout the day to accommodate a range of protocols.
The structure of the active ingredient in licorice root is very similar to cortisol and helps to block the conversion of cortisol to the inactive cortisone, increasing the activity and half-life of cortisol. As a result, licorice root is useful in protocols in which incremental increases in cortisol are desirable for better stress resilience and energy.
Suggested Use: Take 1 drop per day or as recommended by your health care professional.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, corn, yeast, artificial colors and flavors.
If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications for depression or anxiety, consult your health care provider before taking this product.
Do not take consistently if you have high blood pressure, kidney disease or heart disease.
Stop taking at least 2 weeks before surgery as it may cause blood pressure problems under anesthesia. Consult your physician for further information.