Our Senna leaves herbal tea is generally used by people suffering from constipation. For relief, a person should take ½ teaspoon of the liquid. After taking hammad (saas), also recommended in cases of witchcraft eaten.
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Senna leaves herbal tea
Senna is an herb. The leaves and the fruit of the plant are used to make medicine.
Senna is an FDA-approved nonprescription laxative. It is used to treat constipation and also to clear the bowel before diagnostic tests such as colonoscopy.
Senna is also used for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), hemorrhoids, and weight loss.
Senna fruit seems to be gentler than senna leaf. This has led the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) to warn against long-term use of senna leaf, but not senna fruit. The AHPA recommends that senna leaf products be labeled, "Do not use this product if you have abdominal pain or diarrhea. Consult a healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing. Discontinue use in the event of diarrhea or watery stools. Do not exceed recommended dose. Not for long-term use.”
How does it work?
Senna contains many chemicals called sennosides. Sennosides irritate the lining of the bowel, which causes a laxative effect.
Irritable bowel disease.
Bowel preparation before colonoscopy
Too effective laxative recommended by our Prophet Muhammad (saas), also recommended in cases of witchcraft eaten.
Preparation of sana makki (Senna leaves) : Too effective laxative recommended by our Prophet Muhammad (saas), also recommended in cases of witchcraft eaten.
(1) Take 2 tablespoons of sana makki in a pot of water (1 litre) that is boiling.
(2) Add a small teaspoon of ground ginger.
(3) Let stand several hours then filter in a bottle that it keeps in the refrigerator.
Instrucciones: Too effective laxative recommended by our Prophet Muhammad (saas), also recommended in cases of witchcraft eaten.
Drink 20 cl (a normal glass) the morning fasting.
Sweeten with a small spoon of honey coranisé for taste and for more profit.
You can either cold drink or hot drink for a more rapid effect!
Senna is contraindicated in patients with intestinal obstruction, ulcerative colitis, appendicitis, and Crohn disease. Senna is not recommended for children younger than 2 years of age.
Use with caution until more definitive information is known. Some data suggest stimulation of the uterus, mutations, and other gene damage with senna usage, while other sources suggest it is the laxative drug of choice in pregnancy.
Use of senna with drugs known to deplete potassium, such as diuretics, should be limited or avoided. Because senna may cause diarrhea, caution is warranted in patients receiving warfarin, because diarrhea can reduce the absorption of vitamin K and increase the risk of bleeding.
Senna may cause diarrhea, loss of fluids, high blood potassium, and abdominal pain or cramping. The long-term use of senna has resulted in pigmentation of the colon, reversible finger clubbing, wasting, and dependence on the laxative. Children, particularly those wearing diapers, may experience severe diaper rash, blister formation, and skin sloughing. Case reports indicate a possible association between long-term administration of senna and liver damage.
Case reports of senna toxicity are available and include coma and nerve damage after ingestion of a senna-combination laxative, as well as liver damage after long-term use of the plant.
For more information about preparing Sana Makki, see our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=14&v=6ZLLcKK4RWw
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