The scientific name of Mulethi is Glycyrrhiza glabra. Additionally, licorice is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows up to 1 meter long. Moreover, it is mostly present in the hot, dry, and warm climates of Asia, southern Europe, and the regions of India. Furthermore, the flowers of this plant root are conch shell-shaped and range in color from purple to whitish blueOther Name: Licorice
Name in Urdu: اصل السوس, ملیٹھی سایدہ,مھٹی کاٹٰھی
Mulethi, also known as churna (mulethi), is one such beneficial ayurvedic herbal remedy that has a long repute of being the remedy proposed by the grandma’s for sore throat and cough.
Manganese and Phosphorus
Isoflavones and Siporin’s
Sugar and Starch
This advantageous herb contains a lot of benefits and is used extensively in various inhabitants’ remedies and classical formulations to cure:
Disorders of liver
Regulation of hormone
Pain in joints, and many more.
How to make mulethi at home:
Ingredients: Take some or 20 parts of fresh roots of mulethi to make the mulethi powder at home.
Cut the roots, which are fresh from the mulethi plant.
To remove soil and impurities, wash them finely with water
After cutting the pieces of roots, allow it to dry with the help of sunlight
For a week, pieces remain under the sun until the moisture
People Frequently Bought Together: Dry Mulethi