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June 2016

Monograph Update: Licorice Might Help with Recovery

A clinical trial shows that sucking on a single lozenge containing licorice (Sualin, Hamdard Pharma, India) beginning 30 minutes before being intubated reduces cough after surgery by about 50%.

For more information about this study or other data on the safety and effectiveness of licorice, please visit our recently updated scientific monograph.

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