Senna is a naturally laxative plant.
In infusion, senna is known to stimulate the large intestine and thus trigger diarrhea a few hours after consumption.
Senna can also be used externally as a treatment for dandruff or to restore volume and shine to hair. It is applied as a poultice on the scalp.
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How to use :
In infusion, at the rate of 3 grams of senna leaves per cup.
Bring the water to a boil and add the senna leaves.
Leave for ten minutes. Then remove the pan from the heat, cover it and let it sit.
Drink a glass of this infusion every morning on an empty stomach. Do not exceed 4 days of consecutive use.
Contraindications: Do not administer to pregnant or breastfeeding women and to small children, as well as to people suffering from heart problems, inflammation of the colon, and intestinal ailments of unknown origin and chronic constipation.
It is strongly discouraged to administer it to people suffering from dehydration, and this because of the deficiency and sodium and potassium that it can cause.
In case of prolonged use, in addition to the loss of certain minerals (potassium and sodium) which can cause heart rhythm disorders and muscle weakness.
Prolonged use of senna can also cause abdominal and gastrointestinal pain, and severe inflammation of the intestines and colon. Prolonged use of senna can also lead to toxic hepatitis and profuse diarrhea, hematuria (presence of blood in the urine) or albuminuria (presence of albumin in the urine.
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