Fero-Lax

  • Constipation Relief Products South Africa

Fero-Lax

R60.00

What is Aloe Ferox

Aloe Ferox is a 100% natural and gentle remedy for relief of occasional constipation.  The beneficial properties of Aloe have been known for centuries, with references to the healing power of Aloe in the bible.

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Product Description

A natural solution

Stress, fast foods, lack of exercise and not drinking enough water can all lead to constipation.  Apart from feeling uncomfortable, constipation can lead to hemorrhoids and a buildup of toxins in the intestine.  Certain medications such as antidepressants, diuretics and antacids can also cause constipation.   It is interesting to note that prolonged use of harsh, chemical laxatives can actually cause constipation.

Fero-Lax brings gentle relief within 6-12 hours and is:

  • 100% natural and organically grown
  • Non toxic
  • A natural cleansing and detoxifying agent
  • Helps to prevent the buildup of toxins which can result in chronic illness

It is important to remember that constipation is a symptom, not a disease. Long term treatment should aim to remove its causes by increasing fiber intake in the form of fruit, vegetables and whole grains and drinking plenty of water.

High-fiber diet

High-fiber diet controls constipation by keeping things moving through the intestine.  Dr. Burkitt noted that in nonindustrial societies, people eat a very high-fiber diet and rarely suffer from constipation. Every whole-grain item and every fiber-rich fruit and vegetable helps prevent and relieve constipation. In folk medicine the foods that get special recognition as laxatives include almonds, apples, avocados, chicory,  dates, endive, figs, flaxseed, grapes, mangos, papayas, papaya, persimmons, pineapple, prunes,  rutabagas, soybeans, turnips, walnuts and watercress. You might easily contrive any number of soups and salads from this list.

If you are constipated, the first thing you should do is change your diet to the “double high five” by eating five fruits and five vegetables a day. If you are still constipated after two days, increase your fruit and veggie intake while diminishing your intake of low-fiber foods like meats and refined breads. It is recommended that you avoid tea if constipation is a problem for you. Tea is rich in tannins, which is one reason that it is recommended as a treatment for diarrhea. Tannins help bind stools and hold back bowel movements.

Fruit and vegetable juices also work, especially those that retain much of their fiber. Prune juice tops the list, of course, but some juice advocates say that apple-pear juice is a particularly good laxative. Among vegetable juices, asparagus and potato have been suggested.

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