Senna Leaf Extract and Supplements
Red Seal Alpine Tea 25 teabagsNZ$4.90
BioBalance Sennax 250gmNZ$14.50
You save 24% (NZ$4.50)
Self Heal Swedish Bitters Cream 100gmNZ$17.90
You save 6% (NZ$1.10)
Self Heal Swedish Bitters Tincture 500ml, 200ml, 50ml
You save up to NZ$3.55
Skybright Swedish Bitters 200mlNZ$35.20
You save 10% (NZ$3.80)
Harker Herbals Bowel Cleanse 500ml
You save up to NZ$11.40
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Sorry, Out of StockSelf Heal Swedish Bitters Herbs 30gmNZ$22.30
For many people, bowel problems are part and parcel of everyday life, with irritable bowels being an everyday occurrence. One of the extremes of this phenomenon, constipation, can be a painful and annoying problem when it strikes.
Senna (Senna alexandrina) is a shrubby herb native to Egypt and the Middle East traditionally used to help constipation. When taken as a tea or capsules, the leaves and pods of the herb help create peristalsis in the colon, moving stools along and helping the elimination process. Both the leaves and pods contain components known as sennosides (glycosides specific to the Senna plant), which act on the smooth muscle and give rise to its action.
Try great-tasting BioBalance Sennax, which contains psyllium, honey, and mineral-rich dates and prunes as well as senna to help gently get things moving again.
It really works!
Quality is the same at a normal moisturizer
I'm living in Auckland now. I compared the results using this herbal cream and another natural moisturiser and find they have the same moisturizing effect. In areas where my skin are dry, I expected that they would sooth my skin for a long time but it only lasts for an hour. When I just applied, it left my skin feel quite oily and probably would feel like that for at least another 15 minutes. I found another use of it as a lip balm. It is quite a good natural lip balm and keeps moiture for the lips well.
Thought this was a liquid but its not
I thought this was a liquid as directions say to take 1 tablespoon but it turns out it is a solid - like a salami. So you just slice a bit and eat it. Seems to work though.
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