“Constipation” cures

Constipation is passage of small amounts of hard, dry bowel movements, usually fewer than three times a week. People who are constipated may find it difficult and painful to have a bowel movement. Other symptoms of constipation include feeling bloated, uncomfortable, and sluggish. ....
The pulp from the fruits, called cassia pulp, is a well-known laxative, and is used in the treatment of constipation. It can be safely taken even by children and expectant mothers. About 50 grams of the pulp is soaked in water overnight. It is then strained in the morning and taken with 25 grams of sugar. The pulp of cassia is a mild, pleasant and safe purgative.Approximately four grams of the pulp is taken with an equal quantity of sugar or tamarind. As a purgative, 30 to 60 grams are required, but this quantity may cause colic, nausea and flatulence. It is therefore general1y used in combination with other drugs, preferably in mixture with the leaves of senna, botanically known as cassia angustifolia.
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Suggested cures for “Constipation”

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Herbal cures for “Constipation”

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This herb has been sucessfully used by the Greeks, Romans and is popular in the whole of Europe.Its long roots with lots of moisture content stimulate and activate the digestive and the urinary sytem.The herb is a natural laxative.Its leaves can be consumed as Salad for better bowel movements. It is very beneficial in the treatment of chronic constipation.
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Indian Senna
Senna leaves are a sure and effective purgative, even for children, weak and elderly persons. They may cause nausea and griping unless taken with aromatics like ginger, cloves, dill, fennel, coriander, orange peel or liquorice. Senna pods too can be used as a purgative but are milder and slower in action than the leaves.All allopathic medicines can be found to contain senna leaf extracts as the major constituent.Natural herb is immediately effective without any of the associated side effects.
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Rhubarb is employed in allopathic medicine largely as a purgative. It also contains tannins and therefore, after purgation, it creates an astringent effect which causes constipation. It is thus suitable only in mild cases of constipation and not in chronic ones.
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Bael Fruit
Ripe bael fruit is regarded as best of all laxatives. It cleans and tones up the intestines. Its regular use for 2 or 3 months throws out even the' old accumulated faecal matter. For best results, it should be taken in the form of sherbet, which is prepared from the pulp of the ripe fruit. After breaking the shell, the seeds are removed, with the contents. spooned out and sieved. Milk and sugar are added to make it more palatable. The pulp of the ripe fruit can also be taken without the addition of milk or sugar. About 70 grams of the fruit will suffice for an adult.
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Home Remedies for “Constipation”

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