Roots are collected, chopped and boiled in water and the decoction is given to both children and adults with coughs. Roots and leaves are boiled together in water and given as a remedy for Tzhetique (liver fluke) and coughs in animals. Plants are also harvested, dried and stored for use as winter fodder.
|Botanical Name||Glycyrrhiza glabra|
|Part used||Whole plant|
|Locally used for||Coughs and Tzhetique (liver fluke) and coughs in animals.|