Each 10ml contains:-
Bael giri ext. (Aegle marmelos)330mg
Senna leaves ext. (Cassia angustifolia)300mg
Amaltas ext. (Cassia fistula)200mg
Revand chini ext. (Rheum emodi)100mg
Saunf ext. (Foeniculum vulgare)100mg
Mulethi ext. (Glycyrrhiza glabra)100mg
Bharingraj ext. (Eclipta alba)100mg
Anxiety to move the bowel daily is common. There is a perception that since we eat every day, we should also move the bowel every day. Otherwise there is discomfort in the stomach, nausea, headache, acidity, ulcers, flatulence, and pain in stomach and in chest also.
Laxatives cause the bowel to squeeze or contract to move the stools out. Laxatives add bulk and water to your stools. The larger stools help trigger the bowel to contract and move the stools out. Mucus, sludge, toxins and decaying matter can build up in your intestines causing you to suffer. You may feel sluggish, bloated or have bad breath. It keeps your system flowing properly with safe& natural laxative.
Bael giri ext. (Aegle marmelos) is aromatic, cooling and laxative. It cleanses and tones the intestines; it throws out the old accumulated faecal matters.
Senna leaves ext. (Cassia angustifolia) is useful in habitual costiveness. It lowers bowels, increases peristaltic movements of the colon by its local action upon the intestinal wall. It is used as expectorant, wound dresser, carminative and laxative.
Amaltas ext. (Cassia fistula) is a mild laxative suitable for children and pregnant women. It is also a purgative due to the wax aloin and a tonic and has been reported to treat many other intestinal disorders like healing ulcers.
Triphala ext. is used to help appetite and digestion, increase the number of red blood cells, and aid in removal of offensive fat in the body. It helps to detoxify the liver, restore digestion and purify blood. It is also a laxative that rejuvenates the membrane lining the digestive tract and contributes to effective cleansing of the colon.
Revand chini (Rheum emodi) has a purgative action for use in the treatment of constipation, but also has an astringent effect following this. It therefore has a truly cleansing action upon the gut, removing debris and then astringing with antiseptic properties as well.
Saunf ext. (Foeniculum vulgare) has carminative properties. It is chiefly used medicinally with purgatives to allay their side effects.
Mulethi ext. (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is also a mild laxative useful in conventional and naturopathic medicine for both mouth ulcers and peptic ulcers. Mild laxative effect can protect the intestinal lining by increasing the production of mucus, thus alleviating heartburn and ulcers.
Bharingraj ext. (Eclipta alba) used for treating filariasis, swelling of the glands, hair boldness, migraine, asthma, anemia, blindness, hepatitis, digestive complaint, liver disorders, mental problems and it also acts as blood purifiers.
Ajowan ext. (Ptychotis ajowan) is antispasmodic, stimulant, and carminative properties used in cases of colic or pain in the bowels.
Nishotar ext. (Operculina turpethum) is a good laxative and is very useful in conditions like constipation and other abdominal troubles. It is good in relieving any kind of edema happening in the body.
Sonth ext. (Zingiber officinale) is carminative and stimulant to the gastro-intestinal tract. Used in flatulence and colic.
Indrayan mool ext. (Citrullus colocynthis) it is useful in chronic constipation, fever, spasm, urinary disorders, and gastrointestinal disorders.
Sh. Jaipal ext. (Croton tiglium) is a powerful drastic purgative. It acts with great rapidity, frequently evacuating the bowels in less than an hour.
Kala namak is carminative, laxative, stomachic. It is useful in colic, indigestion, enlargement of the liver and spleen
USAGE AND BENEFIT
Useful in chronic constipation, headache, hyperacidity etc. can be taken without harm.
It is a mild purgative.
It relieves pain due to constipation.
It relieves flatulence.
It relieves acidity.
Syrup: 10 to 20ml syrup at bed time or as directed by the physician.
No adverse/ toxic effects have ever been observed in usage of Binexolax in recommended dosage. Do not take regularly for more than 7 days, discontinue for 2 to 3 days.
Stop taking laxatives and call your doctor if you have any bleeding from your rectum (the last part of the large intestine) or if you don’t have a bowel movement after using a laxative. These could be signs of a more serious problem.
Keep the medicine away from direct sunlight, moisture and reach of children.
Syrup: Pet bottle of 60ml.