Constipation is when stools become hard and dry, are difficult to pass and require ?pushing? or ?straining?. You may also experience bloating, wind and abdominal pain. The long-term effects of constipation and sluggish bowel function can result in digestive problems, absorption of toxins from the intestines, poor liver health and haemorrhoids.
Fusion? Health Constipation formula relieves constipation associated with dry stools and sluggish bowel function. This tonifying laxative and purgative moistens and lubricates the intestines while increasing peristalsis to reduce transit time and promote healthy bowel movement.
In Chinese medicine terms, this medicine has a strong downward-directing action to clear accumulations associated with constipation and encourages normal bowel function. It also cools and moistens to clear excess heat and lubricate the intestines, as well as nourishs the Yin and Blood to fortify constitutional weakness.
Fusion? Health Constipation provides traditionally recognised digestive and hepatic actions to stimulate digestion, promote bile flow and support healthy liver function.
Digestive Health (IBS)
Each tablet contains extract equiv. to dry:
Rhubarb root 750mg (equiv. to hydroxyanthracene derivatives calc. as rhein 7.5mg), Trichosanthes (Gua Lou) 500mg, Rehmannia 500mg, Dong Quai 400mg, Bitter Orange 400mg, Licorice root 250mg
Take 1-2 tablets once or twice daily after meals.
An extra dose may be taken to enhance results or as professionally advised. Drink plenty of water.
During pregnancy, always consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.
Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.
During pregnancy and breast feeding take only as directed by a healthcare professional.
Do not use when abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting are present, or if diarrhoea develops. Prolonged laxative use may cause serious bowel problems. If symptoms persist consult a healthcare professional.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.