Dr. Bryan Ardis Explains that Licorice Root could stop Blood Clotting
Chiropractor Dr. Bryan Ardis revealed a possible solution to hyperclotting caused by exposure to venom peptides – glycyrrhizin, a plant compound extracted from the roots of the licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) plant.
Adams lauded Ardis’s discovery and added that glycyrrhizin, when combined with alcohol, was also found to protect the liver from damage caused by the painkiller acetaminophen. “It is liver-protective, which makes total sense about what you’re talking about because a lot of the snake venoms destroy liver cells,” said the Natural News and Brighteon.com founder.
Borrowed from Natural News