Prospects of naked licorice cultivation in the caspian region for the creation of foam licorice baths (based on the drug glytsrfit)




Licorice naked root, Glycyrrhiza glabra L., Glytsrfit, micelle formation, solubilization, Caspian region


The prospects of cultivation of naked licorice in the territory of the Caspian region and the possibility of using extractive saponin-containing foaming components of licorice root to create foam licorice baths with foam content stability were studied. The latitude, longitude, and height of licorice root collection sites with row furrows are presented only in rows. A new approach to preserving the hydrophilic-lipophilic balance in a licorice bath is proposed by embedding colloidal surfactants into the micelles of licorice root saponins, which increases the stability of licorice foam in the bath. The data of the critical concentration of micelle formation are presented. The possibility of restoring the stocks of licorice naked during its cultivation and harvesting by the row method is shown, and methods for preserving the solubilizing ability of foam licorice baths under conditions of preserving licorice foam micelles in the presence of some surfactants are disclosed.