Friday, 7 August 2009


Candy ni elok ler utk cik akak Mimieloma kita.... bila teringatkan dia tak reda2 lagi batuk & sakit tekak nya... teringat dgn candy ni, nor call hubby, suruh dia beli candy ni... Pagi tadi dia balik, dia belikan 2 flavor, raspberry & original... Akak Mimieloma... nnti kalau nor datang ke rumah bawakan sikit ye... atau kalau ada lalu kat area sini, singgah2 ler rumah...nor dah bukakan dpd bungkusan nya, sebab nor pun sakit tekak gak ni .... sambil menyelam sambil minum air ler ye...

Licorice atau Liquorice - untuk rujukkan bole baca kat SINI

Black Licorice Candy

Licorice - the Plant
The licorice plant, known scientifically as Glycyrrhiza, grows wild in the southern central Europe and Asia. The underground stems (also called rhizomes) and root of the licorice plant have been used since ancient times to flavor and sweeten candies, teas, throat and cough lozenges, pharmaceuticals, and other products. Much of the sweetness comes from a substance called glycyrrhizic acid (also known as glycyrrhizin) found in the licorice plant.

Licorice - the Candy
Traditionally, "licorice candy" referred to a chewy candy with a distinctive flavor which came from licorice root extract. Today, consumers recognize licorice more as a general description of candy that may be available in a variety of flavors

The average consumer of black licorice candy may be surprised by this product's health benefits. Confection artists use the licorice root when creating gourmet sticks and twists in adherence of traditional recipes. The small doses of this root present in candy twists offer several benefits to healthy consumers.

Researching the Health Benefits of Black Licorice Candy
Diabetic consumers have used black licorice candy for years to modify blood sugar. The sugar used in candy twists is helpful for people with diabetes who need to raise their blood glucose levels quickly. This short-term benefit can become detrimental with overconsumption and poor diet.

Black licorice is often used by doctors who are helping patients stop smoking. These gourmet products help ease oral fixations common among smokers by mimicking the long shape of cigarettes.

Patients with digestive problems use black sticks as a mild laxative. The root helps consumers with light digestive problems gain regularity. It is important for individuals using candy twists as laxatives to use old-fashioned products that contain pieces of the root.

There are physicians and herbal experts who suggest using black candy twists to loosen mucus in sinus infections or colds. The root has been used to treat nasal congestion for decades due to the plant's olfactory strength.

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  1. bestnya ada jiran cam kak nor ni..very caringgg!!!!

  2. kak....mahal x?nk sketul leh?tekak sy dah berminggu2 sakit ni....huhuhuhu

  3. Nak ke.... esok akak pergi pesta flora kat putrajaya tuu... kalau betul nak bole akak bawa sekali.... cian dia...

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    1. My hubby beli kat Australia... kat Malaysia dah susah nak jumpa


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