Please note that the best before date of this product is Oct/22, No return, refund, and exhange.
Nu-Lax's Natural Fruit Laxative Block contain dried fruit and fibre-based products containing figs, dates as well as the stimulant laxative herb Senna to assist in the treatment of constipation. This signature blend harnesses the goodness of nature for a great tasting, overnight constipation relief. Figs and dates provide a good dose of natural fibre for a sluggish digestive tract or a diet with inadequate fibre intake. This product also contains apricots, peaches, pears and flax meal for a pleasant taste and additional fibre.
The benefits of this natural laxative are:
Overnight relief from constipation
Forms and lubricates stools for easier passing
Naturally occurring stimulant laxative herb
Includes fruits that feeds beneficial gut bacteria
Effective formula trusted for 80 years
All natural product with a great taste
Each 10g dose contains: Senna alexandrinaext ......333mg equiv. dry leaf 1000mg (1g) std. to contain hydroxyanthracene glycosides calculated as sennoside B……….20mg Fig dry Fiscus carica dry fruit flesh……………2.16g Date Phoenix dactyliferadry fruit flesh……..3.6g Contains sucrose, glucose and sulphur dioxide.
How To Use
Adults: 10g once daily before bed Children over 12 years: 5g daily before bed Maximum daily dose: 20g Use in children under 12 years not recommended
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN This product is suitable for the short-term relief of constipation. Long term senna usage or daily use may cause laxative dependence. When taking laxatives, make sure you drink plenty of water and increase fibre in your diet. Follow instructions for use, and do not exceed the recommended dosage. If symptoms persist beyond 3 days of taking laxatives, seek medical advice. Do not take laxatives when abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting are present, or if you develop diarrhoea. Prolonged use may cause serious bowel problems. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding seek medical advice before taking laxatives. Senna can interact with the form of oestrogen in some contraceptives, making birth control less effective.