How does it work?
Laxoton is a herbal product for a slow bowel movement and chronic constipation. It facilitates bowel movement, tones the muscles of the colon and facilitates defecation. It facilitates bowel regularity without causing diarrhoea, abdominal pains or cramps.
How and why was Laxoton created?
Iridology or examination of the eye iris has established that daily stress has to do with intestine pains and gallbladder disorders. It is not advisable for people to use herbs or medicines only for the treatment of constipation because laxative abuse can often cause serious problems. Senna leaf tea or senna tablets causing loosening should not be overused as well. They can cause irritable bowel syndrome and severe inflammations requiring long-term treatment. Laxoton is a herbal combination that has favorable effect on the bowel movement, on the liver and on the gallbladder. It relieves intestine spasms and has a beneficial effect on the whole digestive tract.
- 3 to 6 tablets daily after meals. The maintenance dose is 2 to 3 tablets in the evening until defecation normalization. The favorable effect of Laxoton can be felt after the 2nd-3rd day of intake. In order to achieve permanent results, it should be taken for a long period of time (at least 4-6 months).
- Rhubarb 105 mg
- Senna 75 mg
- Dogwood 60 mg
- Dandelion 25 mg
- Nettle 20 mg
- Licorice 10 mg
- fenugreek 10 mg
- Ginger 10 mg
- Inulin 185 mg
The herbs, which are used in Laxoton are with certified origin and of the highest quality in Bulgaria. They were wildcrafted in unpolluted areas of Bulgaria: in the Rhodopes, the Balkans, Rila and Pirin mountains. They are easy to use by any patient. The product does not contain preservatives, coloring agents or stabilizers.
Are there any undesired or side effects?
Laxoton has no side effects. The product has been on the market for 10 years and is well tolerated. No overdosing with Laxoton has been observed Laxoton is harmless since it is an authentic natural product beneficial to your health. No dependency or toxic and allergic reactions have been observed.