Prunelax Dried Plum & Senna Supplement Tablets - 150 ct. 

by Prunelax | Item  #: 778575 | Model #:  410104 |
Prunelax Dried Plum & Senna Supplement Tablets - 150 ct.
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About this item

  • An effective yet gentle laxitive*
  • 100% natural
  • Inspired by the recognized laxative effect of plums


Prunelax® Dried Plum & Senna Supplement Tablets contains dried plums extract and herbs which helps you maintain bowel regularity.*


Is it really natural?
Prunelax is 100% natural and is inspired by the recognized laxative effect of plums.

How can I complement my constipation treatment?
The first thing we recommend is creating a routine and taking time to use the bathroom in a place and at a time that suits you. Take Prunelax 8 to 12 hours in advance of this. In addition, consider eating high-fiber foods (vegetables, fruits, whole grains), drinking plenty of water, eating at regular times and doing exercise daily. This can help you control constipation.

When is it best taken? At what time of day?
You can use it at anytime, but for convenience it is recommended to take Prunelax at night. This is because it takes 8 to 12 hours to take effect, meaning that you will be ready to use the bathroom in the morning. The rest of your day will be free of the unpleasant symptoms of constipation and free from the worry that you might get caught short in an undesirable place or situation.

If I am diabetic, can I take Prunelax?
Prunelax tablets do not have any adverse effects for diabetics.

Do laxatives create dependency?
Dependency is a process that involves the modification of brain structures. Laxatives do not reach the bloodstream; their effect is on the large intestine and therefore they do not affect the brain.

Is there a relationship between menstruation and constipation?
According to a review of studies that measured intestinal transit in different hormonal conditions, it was concluded that the role of sex hormones as a source of altered bowel activity during the menstrual cycle would be minimal.

Is there a relationship between pregnancy and constipation?
Yes, during pregnancy, hormones play a role in slowing intestinal transit.

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