Helps regulate bowel movements, relieves constipation and abdominal swelling. Classic combination of plants rich in anthraquinone substances, in practical grains, enriched with protective substances of the intestinal mucosa such as to make a product that physiologically favors and regulates intestinal transit and reduces those annoying abdominal swellings.
Plant constituents characterizing: powders of: Senna (Senna alexandrina Mill.) Leaves, Aloe (Aloe ferox Miller) juice, Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare L.) fruits, coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.) fruits, Chamomile matricaria (Maricaria recutia L.) flowers, rhubarb (Rheum pamatum L.) rhizome, green anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) fruits, frangula (Frangula alnus Miller) bark.
Thickener: gum arabic.
Constituents activating according to the spagyric methodology.
2 or 4 grains a day, the night before bedtime.
Contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to one of the constituents.
Not found at normal doses. Overdoses could induce minor gastrointestinal disorders.
Senna exerts a laxative action and thanks to a low quantity substances of anthraquinone it also exerts a strong purgative, but not drastic.
Exerts its action on the liver and its detoxification systems by regularizing and improving liver function. It also acts on the nervous system by preventing and / or alleviating muscle spasms. The fruits of fennel, improperly called seeds, containing volatile oils including the most important that are anethole and fenicone to which can be attributed to a well-known stimulating effect on the motility of the stomach and intestines (carminative), which makes the fennel seeds particularly useful in the presence of bloating and flatulence.
It reduces the spasm state connected to constipation and counteracts inflammatory processes that may occur in the presence of irritable bowel syndrome.
GREEN ANISE FRUITS
Possess digestive, carminative properties by stimulating the exocrine glands but also expectorant properties and antiphlogistic to the respiratory system.
Thanks to anthraquinones, substances that act on the colon level, including barbaloin, Aloe stimulates peristalsis and water secretion from intestinal walls by favoring a soft stool consistency.
The fruits contain alcohols and terpenes by having antispasmodic activity on the smooth muscle, reducing the intensity of intestinal spasms, perhaps due to a far too active peristalsis. Influencing the processes of digestion and regulating the production of gastric juices, either stimulating them when underestimated compared to the needs, thus promoting the proper absorption of foods limiting when in excess, and then removing the risk of gastritis or reflux.
Exerts strong action against the intestinal tract expounding a modulated laxative effect.
It contains anthraquinone active substances that facilitates intestinal transit. The active metabolite is converted in the large intestine by an intestinal bacteria. It stimulates the peristaltic contractions and inhibits local contractions with a consequent acceleration of transit in the colon and reduced absorption of liquids. It exerts an effect on the mucus secretion and chloride processes with a consequent increase in liquid secretion and hydration of the fecal mass.