"Dietary supplement for digestion*.Laxiwin constituents work in harmony with nature and help to soften stool and alleviate symptoms associated with constipation.*Research and Clinical studies show Terminalia Chebula (Haritaki) – Contains various bioc...
"Dietary supplement for digestion*.Laxiwin constituents work in harmony with nature and help to soften stool and alleviate symptoms associated with constipation.*
Research and Clinical studies show Terminalia Chebula (Haritaki) – Contains various biochemical compounds such as tannins, chebulinic acid, ellagic acid, gallic acid, punicalagin, flavonoids etc.
These compounds found to be responsible for many of pharmacological activities.Like antioxidant, increase the appetite, as digestive aid, liver stimulant, as stomachic, as gastrointestinal prokinetic agent and mild laxative.
The aqueous extract of fruit of Haritaki when administered to albino wistar rats showed decreased faecal consistency and increase the laxative activity in constipation.
Cassia Angustifolia (Senna) - Senna is an FDA-approved nonprescription laxative.
It is used to treat constipation and also to clear the bowel before diagnostic tests such as colonoscopy.
Senna contains anthraquinones, including dianthrone glycosides (1.5% to 3%), sennosides A and B (rhein dianthrones), and sennosides C and D (rhein aloe-emodin heterodianthrones).
Numerous minor sennosides have been identified, and all appear to contribute to the laxative effect.
Cassia Fistula (Amaltas) – The pulp pod of Amaltas has anthraquinone glycosides, sennosides A & B, rhein and its glucoside, barbaloin, aloin, formic acid, butyric acid and their ethyl esters, oxalic acid, pectin, tannin, sugar, gum, astringent matter, gluten, coloring matter, water, contain 5 nonatetracontanone, 2-hentriacontanone,1,8-dihydroxy-3-anthraquinone carboxylic acid.
Amaltas helps as anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, hepatoprotective and laxative activity.