LAX RIN Natural Laxative
The importance of "regularity" to overall health has been greatly overestimated for thousand of years. Ancient Egyptians associated feces with
decay and used enemas and laxatives liberally1.
Constipation causes hardened feces to accumulate for months on the walls of the large intestine and block it from absorbing or eliminating
properly. This, they say, causes food to remain undigested and wastes from the blood to be reabsorbed by the body.2
Most of the digestive process takes place in the small intestine, from which nutrients are absorbed into the body. The remaining mixture of food
and undigested particles then enters the large intestine. Its principal functions are to transport food wastes from the small intestine to the rectum
for elimination and to absorb minerals and water. Symptoms of headache, fatigue and loss of appetite accompanied fecal impaction.
LAXORIN is herbal remedy for constipation & is very safe. LAXORIN is a combination of indigenous herbs, which are used since last so many
years. LAXORIN is designed for relieving constipation.
Each capsule contains extract derived from:
Senna (Cassia angustifolia) 500 mg
Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra) 100 mg Sounth
Sounth (Zingiber officinale) 50 mg
PART USED PART USED PART USED
LEAVES ROOT RHIZOME
Senna (Cassia angustifolia) :
It contains phytochemicals that belong to the class known as anthraquinones, which are further categorized as stimulant laxatives. They work by
irritating the lining of the lower gastrointestinal tract. The resulting contractions of the bowel act to push out material in lower intestinal tract.
Anthraquinones may also keep more water in intestinal contents, thereby producing a softer stool that is usually easy to pass.
Sounth & Yashtimadhu (Zingiber officinale & Glycyrrhiza glabra) :
It increases the tone and peristalsis of the intestines and also counteracts the gripping action of Senna.
INDICATIONS AND USES :
“Supplement to relieve constipation maintain regular bowel movement, normalise Intestinal rhythm and relief in piles”.
Unexplained abdominal pain, children under 12 years, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Constipation
SIDE EFFECTS : of Intestine
Flatulence and Colic
No side effects if taken within dose limit.
PRECAUTION : Zingiber officinale Obstacle in Bowel
Abuse can result in diarrhea, altered electrolytes. Evacuation and Hardening
DRUG & FOOD INTERACTION :
Aggravates loss of potassium associated with use of diuretics. angustifolia
DOSAGE : defecation
2 capsules at bed time with lukewarm water once in a week or 1 capsule daily for 7 days.
or as directed by physician.
1) Chen TS Chen PS Intestinal auto intoxication, A gastro intestinal leitmotive, Journal Clinical Gastro enterology 11:343 – 441, 1989
2) Ernst E colonic irrigation and theory of autointoxication: A triumph of ignorance over science.
Journal of clinical Gasteroenterology 24: 196 – 198, 1997