AdvaCare is a GMP manufacturer of Anti-Constipation (Laxative) syrups.
Constipation is a common digestive disorder where people feel a problem with stools and inconsistent bowel movement. Specifically, constipation is when a person has fewer than three bowel movements in one week. Typically during constipation, stools become hard and dry. In such a case, it is important to take a laxative to induce bowel movement and to loosen the stool.
Anti-Constipation Syrup comes from an herb with yellow flowers that have seeds which are a natural laxative to increase bowel movement by improving the digestive system. It is effective when taken right after meals and can also reduce bad breath. Among other benefits of anti constipation syrup include reducing bloating and indigestion, improving the appetite, and relieving flatulence. The seeds are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Pumpkin and oranges are also natural laxatives because of their high fiber content. Fiber helps to prevent and relieve constipation by moving food waste through your body. Dietary fiber also helps to make the stool bulkier and retain more water. Honey is also known to have mild laxative benefits. These foods are not only effective in treating constipation, but at preventing it. Remember that when increasing your daily fiber intake, you must pair it by increasing daily liquid intake because the additional fiber will soak up more water.
Lactitol is also a very well tolerated osmotic disaccharide laxative that helps alleviate constipation. It is typically used as a calorie sweetener for low-calorie foods.
The combination of fennel extract, pumpkin and orange extract, honey, sucrose, and lactitol produce an effective laxative to combat constipation. Gentle relief from constipation will be brought within 12 hours of taking the anti constipation syrup. Flavor essence is provided to improve the taste of the syrup. This medicine is great for children and adults alike. The anti constipation syrup is to be stored at room temperature and to avoid freezing.
Taking too much of the anti constipation syrup may result in diarrhea, which may lead to dehydration and too low levels of blood potassium, consequently resulting in elevated levels of blood sodium. Anti constipation syrup should thus be used cautiously by those with diabetes, though the effects will typically be minimal.