Your body has to work hard to get all out all the alcohol that you consume, which is essentially a toxin.
The metabolic processes that breaks down alcohol also encourages the body to speed up its excretion.
I know that some alcoholic drinks such as Guinness and Smithwicks are especially known to have laxative effects.
Prunes are high in fiber and sorbitol (a non digestible sugar alcohol) this can have a laxative effect in some people.
Scientifically, I don't know but personally I'd have to say yes. If it doesn't work while I'm drunk, it definitely works the next day!....even when I don't need a laxative ugh.
Polyols are laxative.
Actually the sweetener called xylitol (a sugar alcohol) is known to have a mild laxative effect.... I think
There are no perfect rhymes for the word laxative.
how long can u take a laxative
Sugar alcohols can have a laxative effect, so one should watch how much they consume. See Related Links.
Yes, actually, it does make a mild laxative. Drink enough of it and it will make a great laxative.
You can get a laxative for a puppy from your vet. If you want a natural laxative you can give your puppy canned pumpkin which will encourage bowel movement.
Indigestion could be remedied when you get a good laxative. You can take a natural laxative like banana or get a normal laxative.
Simply because; coffee is a natural laxative! :)
yes. grape has a mlid laxative effect.
A laxative is something that will make you go to the toilet when you are constipated. "Laxative effects" means that it may make you get diarrhea.
It's a mild laxative that can be used by adults and children.
Nobody knows. The laxative is a discovery that predates recorded history.
One of the most common causes of constipation is the laxative habit
No. It is used as an expectorant, a diuretic and to settle ones stomach, but it is not considered to be a laxative.
Yes, it's a mild laxative. You can get coconut milk or water, and depending on a person's bowel tolerance it can effect them more or less. But it is a mild laxative.
No. It is not
It depends on the exact laxative, but most are taken after eating.
The pH of a laxative, is up the but and around the corner. Just playing its 3 degrees.
Magnesium hydroxide Mg(OH)2 is a laxative. Active ingredient in milk of magnesia.
a strong laxative