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Herbs for constipation


Herbs in the treatment of constipation


If you run a faulty lifestyle: too little you move, your diet is rich in fats, meat, eggs, fish, and is low in vegetables, salads, fruits, you're too nervous - all this can be the reason for functional disorders of the locomotor system (muscles and innervation intestines).


And as a result there is constipation or other disorders in passing stools. At the risk of constipation are also obese, people who eat too much, people who hastily and ill chew food.

Note! Over time, constipation can lead to intestinal paralysis, which results in retention of fecal matter in the extended, slightly moving the intestines. This contributes to the slow poisoning by non-excreted whole body metabolic toxic substances.

Carefully selected herbs may irritate the digestive tract (especially the mucous membrane of the large intestine), which will increase the severity of appendicitis bowel movement, and it will faecal excretion.

Herbal blends for constipation


Mix regulating the digestive system and the nervous and improving bowel function

     Composition:

  • senna leaves 10 g;
  • buckthorn bark 20 g;
  • elderflower 10 g;
  • marigold flower 10 g;
  • Licorice root 20 g;
  • St. John's Wort 20 g;
  • herb lemon balm 50 g

Preparation: 1 tablespoon mieszaki pour a cup of boiling herbal. Cook for 2 minutes, let stand for 10-15 minutes.

Dosage: Drink 1/2-1 cup before breakfast, lunch and after dinner.

A mild powder Fr. Kneipp


     Composition:

  • ground fennel - 2 tablespoons;
  • ground juniper berries - 2 tablespoons;
  • ground fenugreek seeds - 1 tablespoon;
  • aloe vera powder - 1 tbsp.

Preparation: Mix all ingredients well and store in a dry place.

Dosage: 1 tablespoon cook for 10-15 minutes in a glass of water. Drink before going to sleep. Works after 12-30 hours.

The study found: eating more fiber from foods or supplements can prevent or relieve constipation by softening the stool and accelerate intestinal transit.

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