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3 Box Ngamrahong Tea - Laxative - 60 Tea Bag's

3 Box Ngamrahong Tea - Laxative - 60 Tea Bag's

3 Box Ngamrahong Tea - Laxative - 60 Tea Bag's

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Senna angustifolia or Cassia angustifolia is native to tropical Africa and cultivated in Asia and elsewhere, its pale green stems and branches reaching up to 60cm in height. The alternate leaves are even-pinnate, with four or five pairs of lanceolate or obovate leaflets that are brittle and greyish green in colour. The small yellow flowers are characterised by five spreading clawed petals. The fruit is in an oblong pod about 5cm long. C. angustifolia is native to India, Somalia, Asia, and Arabia. People in Asia have used senna as a laxative for centuries. It was considered a "cleansing" herb because of its cathartic effect.

Sennas act as purgatives and are similar to aloe and rhubarb in having as active ingredients anthraquinone derivatives and their glucosides. The latter are called sennosides or senna glycosides. Senna alexandrina is used in modern medicine as a laxative; acting on the lower bowel, it is especially useful in alleviating constipation. It increases the peristaltic movements of the colon by irritating the colonic mucosa.

Scientific name:

  • Senna angustifolia
  • Cassia angustifolia


Indications:

  • Senna is a safe and effective laxative used widely throughout the world. The hydroxanthracene glycosides are not absorbed in the upper gut but are converted by the microflora of the large intestine into active aglycones, principally rhein anthrone, which exert a laxative effect on the colon. The mechanism of this action is twofold: stimulation of colonic motility, resulting in augmented propulsion and accelerated colonic transit, reducing the opportunity for fluid absorption from the faeces. It also influences fluid and electrolyte absorption and secretion by the colon, resulting in a net fluid secretion. The mucilage inhibits fluid absorption, enhancing the laxative effect.


Ingredients:
Each bag (2g) contains:

  • Senna Leaves 75%
  • Senna Pods 25%


Indication:

  • Laxative


Direction:

  • Pour a cup of hot water over a tea bag and left about 10-30 minutes.
  • Sip the solution one dose a time before sleep daily.


Scope of delivery:

  • 3 Box Ngamrahong Tea - each 20 Tea Bag's

 

Condition:

  • New - unopened in the original packaging.


Mode of dispatch:

  • Registered airmail requiring signature.

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