licorice

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Synonyms for licorice

deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to the Mediterranean region having blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves

a black candy flavored with the dried root of the licorice plant

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The reasons for the inconsistent results in previous studies regarding the effect of DGL inhibitors are unclear.
I explain the differences between DGL and this paper in more detail in Section IV.
Once a GSD has been analyzed by the DSL mechanisms, it is again mapped to the DGL where it is maintained now as structural description, (SD) in the child's grammar.
APPENDIX 1 TABLE A1 Correlation Matrix 1995 IIT DPI TIN TIM IAI FDI DMM DGL IIT 1.
DGL paid a US$300 million special dividend during the first quarter of FY2013.
DGL now intends to break into South America, Australia and Southern Asia.
In blue grama, GDL2 and RSL produced relatively fewer culms per plant and showed early anthesis, but DGL produced the most culms per plant despite also having early anthesis.
DGL faces debt maturities of US$104 million up to the end of FY2013, with cash balances of US$343 million as of June 30, 2012.
The take-away point from this story is that while the use of adrenal-supportive supplements may seem concerning initially for patients who have been on long-term steroid therapy and therefore may have hypertension and diabetes, if they need to come off the prednisone, their blood pressure would likely start to improve at lower steroid dosages; and if you slowly and carefully taper up the DGL with very close blood pressure monitoring, the DGL may still be a good option for supporting adrenal fatigue when trying to get someone off long-term steroid therapy.
Leverage at DGL remains high but expected to gradually decline in the medium term, as EBITDA grows and indebtedness remains relatively stable.
She was placed on numerous synergistically functioning anti-inflammatory supplements, including but not limited to fish oil, curcumin with bioperine, ginger root, probiotic, fiber, boswellia, increased dosage of D3, B12, folate, free form amino acid powder, DGL, and other vitamins, minerals, and herbs.
Of all herbs, DGL made from licorice root has been used and studied the most for ulcers.
She was started on several supplements based on lab findings, exam, and history, including but not limited to peppermint, probiotic, fish oil, curcumin, DHEA, DGL, free-form amino acid powder, L-theanine, B12, magnesium, vitamin D3, serrapeptase, boswellia, and panax ginseng.
I have 100 bottles of Good N Natural DGL chewable liquorice tablets from Holland & Barrett to give away.
In addition, Fitch has assigned long-term IDRs of 'B' to both DGL and DIFL.