The bark of the Cascara Sagrada tree has been used for centuries as a natural laxative. Due to its potency, the bark must first be curred and dried for about a year prior to use. Native to the Pacific Northwest of North America, Cascara Sagrada Bark may help relieve symptoms of constipation.
Nature's Way Cascara Sagrada Bark may prove beneficial for those occasionally experiencing constipation. Research suggests that Cascara Sagrada Bark may also help people suffering from gallbladder and liver disorders, as well as hemorrhoids. Nature's Way Cascara Sagrada Bark may tone and stimulate the colon, promoting peristalsis.
- Promotes peristalsis
- 100% vegetarian
- Natural laxative
- Constipation relief
2 Capsules Contain:
|Total Carbohydrate||1 g|
|Cascara sagrada (bark)||850 mg|
|Other ingredients: plant-derived cellulose (capsule).|
Updated May. 08, 2017, about 6 years ago
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Relieving Constipation
- Cleansing Colon
- Improving Gastric Juices
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