Nu-Lax Natural Laxative Tablets may gently and effectively relieve constipation and soothe the irritated lining of the digestive tract. These natural laxative tablets contain the stimulant laxative herb Senna to assist in the treatment of constipation. This formulation combines natural Senna extract with Aloe; a prebiotic that may promote the growth of ‘good’ intestinal bacteria to maintain healthy digestive function.Aloe may relieve constipation; gastrointestinal inflammation and soothe the digestive tract. It may also assist in regularity and support normal bowel function. Nu-Lax Natural Laxative Tablets are small; and easy to swallow. Just take one before bed; and wake up to relief in the morning.For convenient; gentle and reliable constipation relief that’s gentle on the stomach.
May provide overnight relief from constipationMay firm and lubricate stools for easier passingMay soothe the digestive systemNaturally occurring stimulant laxative herbEasy to swallow diamond-shaped tabletsDairy Free; Gluten Free; Soy Free
Ingredients & Excipients
Active Ingredients Each tablet contains: Senna alexandrina ext. equiv. dry leaf 540mg std. to contain hydroxyanthracene glycosides calculated as sennoside B 12mg 180mg Aloe vera powder equiv. Aloe vera juice fresh 1g (1000mg) 5mg”
Direction for Use
Adults and children over 12 years: Take 1-2 tablets before bedtimeMaximum daily dose: 2 tabletsThis product is suitable for the short-term relief of constipation.
Use in children under 12 years not recommended.Keep out of reach of children.Long term senna usage may cause laxative dependence and liver damage.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 advice from your healthcare practitioner.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 advice from your healthcare practitioner before taking laxatives.Senna can interact with the form of oestrogen in some contraceptives; making birth control less effective.