Bio-Lax - 90 CP by MBi Nutraceuticals
Bio-Lax - 90 CP by Molecular Biologics - MBi Nutraceuticals
Use the natural power of Cascara Sagrada and Senna instead of harsh chemical laxatives. Bio-Lax is an all herbal laxative designed to be as effective as an over-the-counter drug, but without the chemicals.
Bio-Lax is a combination of senna leaves and cascara sagrada in a base of rhubarb root, licorice root, and cloves.
Bio-Lax helps the body to eliminate simple constipation. The action comes from the active alkaloid in the senna and cascara sagrada which stimulate action of the digestive tract and pull water and toxins from the body to aid in lubrication and softening of the stool.
CASCARA SAGRADA IS THE MOST SAFE, NATURAL LAXATIVE AVAILABLE
It facilitates digestion, and helps strengthen the digestive system, colon, liver, and gallbladder. The natural constituents found in cascara sagrada stimulate secretion of digestive fluids, increase the flow of bile, and cleanse the intestines.
Cloves can help relax the smooth muscle lining of the digestive tract. Commonly used as a culinary spice, cloves are also known to stimulate digestion, and to positively affect stomach ulcers, vomiting, and flatulence.
Licorice root is best known as a flavoring for candy and is one of the most widely consumed herbs in the world. Its most common medicinal use is for treating sore throat, hoarseness, and cough, but it can also be used to treat conditions of the spleen, liver, and kidney, and to help sooth the gastric membranes.
Rhubarb generates a purgative action in the bowels, and also has an astringent effect, which makes it an effective way to clean the gut, and enables it to be used to treat both constipation and diarrhea.
Senna contains senosides, which irritate the intestinal lining, causing peristaltic action and bowel evacuation. Historically, senna has also been used to treat inflammatory skin conditions, hypertension, and obesity.
As a dietary supplement, Take at bedtime; 1/2 to three capsules for adults and children four or more years of age or as directed by your health care professional.