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Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling of glycyrrhizic acid, a compound subject to presystemic metabolism and enterohepatic cycling.
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42) Studies showed that a daily consumption of glycyrrhizic acid of 95 mg or more caused an increase in blood pressure.
Glycyrrhizic acid inhibits virus growth and inactivates virus particles.
With the help of glycyrrhizic acid - the main sweet-tasting component of liquorice -researchers blocked the enzyme in mice predisposed to the disease.
True licorice candy contains an extract from the root of the licorice plant and licorice root extract contains glycyrrhizic acid, which can "can adversely affect sodium and water balance" in the body.
Exposing the infected cells to the licorice ingredient, glycyrrhizic acid, shuts down LANA.
5 grams of glycyrrhizic acid had altered sex hormones.
Among the CE-based test methods they discussed were the determination of glycyrrhizic acid in licorice root extract, analysis of cocoa for caffeine and theobromine, the determination of vitamin C in citrus and other fruit beverages, and the measurement of niacin in peanut butter extract.
And there's licorice root, a flavorant and moistener that contains glycyrrhizic acid, which produces cancer-causing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons when burned.