Formulated for associated symptoms such as difficult elimination, hard stools, pain, cramping, itching and bloating.
Directions: Ages 12 and up, take 6 drops or pellets by mouth (ages 0 to 11, give 3 drops or pellets) as needed or as directed by a health professional. Under age 2, crush/dissolve pellets in purified water. Sensitive persons begin with 1 drop or pellet and gradually increase to full dose.
Active Ingredients: Equal parts of Echinacea 6x, Iris versicolor 6x, Phytolacca decandra 6x, Taraxacum officinale 6x, Abies nigra 15x, Aesculus hippocastanum 15x, Aloe 15x, Alumina 15x, Bryonia 15x, Carbo vegetabilis 15x, Chelidonium majus 15x, Collinsonia canadensis 15x, Graphites 15x, Hydrastis canadensis15x, Kali carbonicum 15x, Lycopodium clavatum 15x, Magnesia muriatica 15x, Mezereum 15x, Nux vomica 15x, Podophyllum peltatum 15x, Rhamnus purshiana 15x, Sanicula 15x, Selenium metallicum 15x, Sepia 15x, Silicea 15x, Tabacum 15x, Veratrum album 15x, Zincum metallicum 15x.
Liquid Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified water; USP Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol 20%.
Pellet Inactive Ingredients: Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic beet-derived sucrose (lactose free) pellets.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Constipation may be administered for symptoms of the following conditions:
Abies nigra: Constipation; Pain in the stomach always comes after eating.
Aesculus hippocastanum: Constipation; Hard, dry, knotty, white stools.
Aloe socotrina: Constipation with heavy pressure in lower part of abdomen; Bad effects from sedentary life or habits.
Alumina: Constipation of infants and old people from inactive rectum and in women of very sedentary habit; Itching and burning at anus; Even a soft (stool) is passed with difficulty.
Bryonia: Constipation; Burning in anus with stools.
Carbo vegetabilis: Constipation; Discharge of blood from rectum; Hard tough scanty stool; Ineffective evacuations.
Chelidonium majus: Constipation; Stools float; Burning and itching of anus; Alternating constipation and diarrhea.
Collinsonia canadensis: Most obstinate constipation with portruding hemorrhoids; Constipation during pregnancy, with dysmenorrhea, following labor.
Echinacea: Blood flows after stools; Abdomen is tender and distended.
Graphites: Constipation, large, difficult, knotty stools united by mucus threads; Smarting, sore pain in anus upon wiping it.
Hydrastis canadensis: Raw, smarting in rectum with stools, remaining long afterward; Obstinate constipation.
Iris versicolor: Constipation; Anus feels sore as if sharp points sticking in it.
Kali carbonicum: Constipation after or during menses; Burning in rectum and anus.
Lycopodium clavatum: Constipation in pregnancy; Stool is hard, difficult, small and incomplete; Constipation of long standing.
Magnesia muriatica: Stools dry, knotty of little balls like sheep's dung, gray; Absence of desire for stool.
Mezereum: Constipation after confinement; Stools hard, large as if they would split the anus.
Nux vomica: Constipation with frequent ineffectual urging; A constipated feeling, whatever the state of the bowels.
Phytolacca decandra: Constipation; Constipation of the aged and those with a weak heart.
Podophyllum peltatum: Constipation alternating with diarrhea; Constipation, clay-colored, hard, dry, difficult.
Rhamnus purshiana: Hemorrhoids and severe constiaption.
Sanicula: Stool of one large heavy mass, foul like rotten cheese, dry small balls, must be removed or crumbles at the verge anus; After intense straining, the stool, which was nearly evacuated, recedes.
Selenium metallicum: Hard evacuations, followed by a discharge of mucus or of blood when passing the last portion of it.
Sepia: Constipation obstinate, no urging for days; Dark brown, round balls glued together with mucus.
Silicea: Constipation always before and during menses; Stools retained for fear of pain.
Tabacum: Habitual constipation.
Taraxacum officinale: Constipation following an abundant expulsion of feces; Itching of perineum.
Veratrum album: Constipation from inactivity of rectum with heat and headache; Stools large with much straining until copious and forcibly evacuated, followed by great prostration (extreme exhaustion).
Zincum metallicum: Itching at anus during stools.
|I have battled with constipation for years. This remedy works within hours for me. I took it daily for about two weeks. Now it take it about two to three times per week if I am not regular.|
|- Diane, CT|
|AMAZING PRODUCT! VERY EFFECTIVE!
WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYBODY!
|- HUGO CORREA, OK|