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«[Sacred bark] is the tonic laxative par excellence and if used daily does not cause addiction. In the treatment of chronic constipation, colitis, haemorroids, jaundice and hepatic torpor»[1].

«It is considered the mildest of anthraquinone laxatives and it hardly causes colonic spasms. Does not cause pelvic hyperemia. Sacred bark preparations are used alone or in combination with drugs that have a similar action, such as laxatives in the treatment of chronic constipation. It is administered mostly in a single dose in the evening, although the best results are achieved by taking small doses after meals (cholagogue action)»[2].

«Cream of Tartar benefits are first and foremost those of melting and softening gross fluids that cause obstruction of the first abdominal region. It is for this reason that we use it, with effectiveness, to open the channels of liver, spleen, mesentery, pancreas and kidneys. … It is a universal digestive and it is for this reason that it is always administered before purgation, so as to soften and prepare what the laxative should then discharge» [3].

«Flora in a healthy colon is made of 85% of lactobacilli and 15% of coliform bacteria. Well today the ratio is reversed » [4].

«Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) Properties: tonic, aperitif, stomachic, cholagogue, venous tonic, diuretic, laxative, cancer prevention.
Indications: dyspepsia, dilated veins (haemorrhoids, varicose veins), gout, rheumatism, liver pathology, jaundice, gall and kidney stones, liver and nephritic colic (prior and during the crisis) …» [5].

«Equisetum or Horsetail (Equisetum arvense). Properties: diuretic, anti-uricaemic, antiseptic, haemostatic, detoxifying, mineralising, antisecretory » [6].

«Bromelain (Ananas comosus) is a term that identifies a set of enzymes and a predominant proteolytic activity. … Bromelain can have a digestive, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antidiarrhoeal, immunomodulatory and healing effect » [7].

[1] Michael Tierra, Grande manuale di erboristeria, Edizioni Mediterranee
[2] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove.
[3] Nicolas Le Fevre, Trattato della Chimica, Parigi 1674. Translated and published by Laboratorium, Casella postale 423 – 55049 Viareggio (LU).
[4] James F. Balch, M.D., Phyllis A. Balch, C.N.C.,  A-to-Z Guide to supplements, Avery Publishing Group, Garden City Park, New York.
[5] Jean Valnet, Fitoterapia. Cure delle malattie con le piante, Aldo Martello – Giunti Editore.
[6] Luigi Pomini, Erboristeria Italiana, Edizioni Vitalità.
[7] Physicans’ Desk Reference, PDR, Integratori nutrizionali, IIª edizioni italiana, CEC Editore Thomson.
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