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Why Senna Tea Is Not the Answer to Constipation

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  • While it’s been marketed as a “natural” remedy for constipation, take note that senna tea, made from the leaves of Cassia senna, may have damaging effects on your health. Learn why you should be extremely cautious of this laxative
  • There’s a hidden danger linked to consuming senna tea, mainly because people are being duped into using it as a weight loss drink. Here’s what you need to know about this product and why it is not a magic solution for constipation

Constipation: It's said that this seemingly simple health condition is now a silent epidemic that is affecting the health of thousands of people. In the U.S., it affects approximately 15 percent of the population, and results in at least 2.5 million doctors' appointments per year, as well as over 700,000 ER visits. It's said that hundreds of million dollars are being spent annually on laxatives alone by those who suffer from this condition.

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