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Sennae folium, also known as senna leaves, is the official preparation from Cassia angustifoliae the dried leaves of the Tinnevelly senna (Tinnevelly is a South Indian district).
IngredientsThis section has been translated automatically.
Efficacy-determining ingredients are anthranoids (hydroxyanthracene derivatives) calculated as sennoside B. The active ingredients are derived from aloe emodin and Rhine.
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The senna glycosides are converted to anthrones in the dermis, which have a strong laxative effect.
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Sennae folium has a reliable effect against constipation and is used for the treatment of haemorrhoids, constipation, before surgery and intestinal examinations, among other things.
Recipe(s)This section has been translated automatically.
The fixed combination senna leaves + Indian flea seeds consists of:
has a laxative effect and is used for constipation.
The combination senna leaves+peppermint oil+caraway oil consists of:
- Sennae folium (senna leaves)
- Menthae piperitae oleum (peppermint oil)
- Carvi fructus (see caraway oil below)
has a lanxiering and antispasmodic effect and is used for constipation.
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Laxative Stada® N, Antiviscosin® Tea N, Bekunis Herbal Tea, Dr. Klinger's Digestive Tea, Stada® Gall Liver Tea, Presselin®, Ramend® Laxative Tea, Superlaxol® Tea, Warondo® Laxative Tea