Item Description
Senna angustifolia or Cassia angustifolia is native to tropical Africa and cultivated in Asia and elsewhere, its pale green stems and branches reaching up to 60cm in height. The alternate leaves are even-pinnate, with four or five pairs of lanceolate or obovate leaflets that are brittle and greyish green in colour. The small yellow flowers are characterised by five spreading clawed petals. The fruit is in an oblong pod about 5cm long. C. angustifolia is native to India, Somalia, Asia, and Arabia. People in Asia have used senna as a laxative for centuries. It was considered a “cleansing” herb because of its cathartic effect.

Scientific name:

Senna angustifolia
Cassia angustifolia

Senna is used to treat constipation and works by increasing movement in the gut. It generally acts in about eight to 12 hours.
For adults, the tablets are usually taken as a single dose at bedtime. For children, the dose is usually taken in the morning.
Senna sometimes causes mild abdominal pain but this generally goes away quite quickly.
Senna will help relieve constipation, but other things are important as well. If possible you need to eat plenty of fibre (fresh fruit, vegetables, bran), drink plenty of fluid and take some exercise.
Some medicines can cause constipation.

Senna Pods 100mg
Senna Leaves 200mg


Unless otherwise prescribed, the following dosage is recommended:
Adults and children over 12 yrs.: 2-4 tablets/day
Children under 12 yrs.: 1 tablets/day before bedtime once a day

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2 pack with each 80 tablets (300mg ea.) = 160 tablets
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All our product have been tested and approved by the FDA of Thailand. With the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) Standard, our products are high quality products without harmful chemicals and there is no side effect on your face and skin. All our products are not treated as prescription drugs. We do not give consultations, recommendations nor suggestions. If you have any worries please contact your GP.