Definitions for "Liquorice"
See Licorice.
deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to the Mediterranean region having blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves; widely cultivated in Europe for its long thick sweet roots
a black candy flavored with the dried root of the licorice plant
Has a demulcent action and is excellent in reducing gastric acid secretions; this makes it specific for gastric ulceration and gastro intestinal inflammatory conditions.
Liquorice affects the endocrine system and liver, amongst other organs. As an anti-hepatotoxic it can be effective in the treatment of chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis. Liquorice is used in allopathic medicine as a treatment for peptic ulceration, a similar use to its herbal use in gastritis and ulcers. Caution: It is best to avoid Liquorice if you have hypertension, kidney disease or during pregnancy. Liquorice's actions include: expectorant, demulcent, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic and mild laxative.
Keywords:  sasos, multithreaded, icmp, arp, udp
Liquorice is a multithreaded SASOS for use in embedded systems . Includes a small but working IP/ARP/ICMP/UDP/TCP stack with SLIP, PPP and Ethernet support.
which specifically reduces the appearance of skin spots, sun spots and blemishes.