Description of the active substance:
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Laxative means of plant origin. The senna leaves contain dianterone glycosides (about 3%) - sennosides A, A 1 , BG; a small amount of anthraquinone glycosides, incl.aloe-emodin and rhein of 8-glycosides; about 10% mucus; flavonoids, incl. derivatives of camphorol; glycosides of naphthalene.
It stimulates the peristalsis of the colon, causes normal stools 8-10 hours after ingestion. It acts selectively on the colon, restores normal functioning of the intestine, does not cause addiction and does not affect digestion.
Constipation due to hypotension and flaccid peristalsis of the colon. Regulation of stool with hemorrhoids, proctitis, anal fissures; spastic and atonic constipation of various etiologies.
Is taken orally in the evening after eating. The dose depends on the dosage form used.
Possible: flatulence, colicky pain in the abdomen.
With prolonged use, especially in high doses, the loss of electrolytes (mainly potassium), albuminuria and hematuria, the deposition of melanin in the intestinal mucosa, damage to the intermuscular plexus.
Intestinal obstruction, abdominal pain of unknown origin, disturbed water and electrolyte metabolism, strangulated hernia, acute inflammatory diseases of the abdominal cavity, peritonitis, bleeding from the digestive tract, uterine bleeding, cystitis, spastic constipation.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Use with caution in pregnancy and lactation.
APPLICATION FOR FUNCTIONS OF THE LIVER
Use with caution in diseases of the kidneys.
APPLICATION FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE FUNCTION OF KIDNEYS
Use with caution in diseases of the liver.
Use with caution in diseases of the liver and / or kidney. Can be used for preoperative preparation of patients.