Natural Relief of Constipation
Swiss® Kriss Herbal Laxative Tabs.
Natural. For gentle, natural relief of constipation. Natural active ingredients. Gayelord Hauser.
These Swiss Kriss Herbal Laxative Tabs are naturally different. Known worldwide as the smoothest, most satisfying laxative, Swiss Kriss Tabs are 100% natural, contain no harsh synthetic drugs. Effective ingredients consist entirely of nature’s own sun-dried leaves, herbs and flowers. Tablets a problem Swiss Kriss is also available in Original Swiss Kriss loose flake form. In business for your good health since 1925! Use for the relief of occasional constipation. This product usually produces bowel movement in 6 to 12 hours. Other information: Each tablet contains: 3mg. Sodium. Very low sodium. Sen for free literature about our other fine products. natural relief of constipation.
Directions – Natural relief of constipation.
Take with a glass of water or fruit juice. Adult and children over 12 years of age – Take 2 tablets once or twice daily. Children 6 years to under 12 years – Take 1 tablet once or twice daily. Children under 6 years – consult a physician. Natural relief of constipation.
Ingredients – Natural relief of constipation.
Active Ingredients: (In Each Tablet): Sennosides USP (8.5 mg). Purpose: Laxative. Inactive Ingredients: Swiss Kriss Herbal Mixture (Anise Seed, Calendula Flower, Caraway Seed, Hibiscus, Peach Leaves, Peppermint Oil, Strawberry Leaves), Binding Agents (Calcium Stearate, Croscarmellose Sodium, Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Polyvinylpyrrolidone, and Silica).
Feeling a little backed up?
Constipation can be an uncomfortable problem to have. But many people experience it from time to time, especially while pregnant or taking certain medications.
There are many potential causes of constipation. There are also many treatment options. Adjusting your lifestyle habits or reaching for home remedies may be all you need to treat occasional constipation.
Take the time to learn about some of the best natural remedies for constipation.
Keep a consistent schedule
Staying in bed all day may seem like a nice way to spend a lazy Sunday. But skipping your morning bathroom break can lead to problems.
Not going to the bathroom regularly can cause your stools to harden and your intestines to slow their motion. Try to go to the bathroom before bedtime and first thing in the morning. Not everyone needs to go at these times, but following a regular schedule can help. You may be able to ward off future bouts of constipation by getting up and moving around at the same time every day.