WHEN YOU SHOULD AVOID TAKING CASSIA PREPARATIONS
Senna (Cassia spp) is a strong stimulant laxative. It is recommended to start treating constipation with mild laxative (herbs and supplements) or lubricant laxatives (oils and glycerin suppositories).
If you need a strong stimulant laxative, it is recommended to take cascara, which has the same effect as the sena but less intense.
Cassia only for short treatments
Treatments with cassia should not last longer than 7 to 10 days. In case of adverse reactions, it is recommended to stop the treatment and consult your doctor.
Never give Senna in the following cases
Use of cassia can be dangerous when mixed with the following
More information on cassia in the listing above
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