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I have these black licorice candies and I've been eating a few ( about 3 handfuls now ) and the first bit, my tongue was getting sore, and then it started numbing out a bit, then I couldn't taste much. I stopped and it seemed to be doing just fine, then i ate some more and now it's doing it again, added with a sort swelling in my throat ( it doesn't hurt though ), same symptoms as the last time but now the edges of my tongue are kinda sore. I've never had a problem with black licorice before. I've always eaten it without a problem but that's the thing, I don't eat it that much. Could this be an allergy?
ZappedToTheUnicorn ZappedToTheUnicorn 22-25, F 11 Answers Dec 27, 2012 in Health

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I hope it's not because Mr. Pibb and Black licorice equals crazy delicious...

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ya maybe it is due to diff contents.check for it.and dont eat same product again.

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maybe it's the cookies?

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Allerigies can develop over time. Some people who never had sensitivity to peanuts sometimes end up with this condition. Check to see if the licorice is processed in a plant that also deals with tree nuts. That could be a warning sign to get checked out.

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Allergies tend to develop over time, so yes, it's possible.

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someone tampered with your candy

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i'm no doctor

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