Based on dry extracts of Senna leaves, Rhubarb and flower extracts (lavender, Peppermint leaves, Oregano, Rosemary, Lemon Verbena and Mugwort aerial parts), Bioévaculine® is designed to support the management of transit disorders and to be a short-term ally in cases of occasional constipation with flatulence and abdominal pain.
Senna is a plant native to the desert areas of the Arabian Peninsula (Yemen) and Africa (Somalia), already used in the 9th century by Arab doctors. Transmitted to Europeans, senna served, during the 18th century, as a purgative and astringent. The leaves of this plant are rich in anthracene B derivatives, naphthalene derivatives and sennoside flavonoids.
The interest of hydroxyanthracenic derivatives in improving transit is based on 2 different mechanisms:
Rhubarb also contains naphthalene derivatives which promote the normal functioning of the stomach. The flower extracts constitute a powerful antispasmodic mixture for an anticholinergic effect and inhibitor of calcium channels, thus allowing relaxation of the intestinal smooth muscles.
1 capsule per day to renew once if necessary after 24h.
Pill organiser of 30 capsules.
Ingredient for 1 capsule (450mg) :
Dry extracts of Senna leaves (Cassia angustifolia) 175 mg, Rhubarb roots (Rheum palmatum) 175 mg.
Dry extracts of lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) 16mg, Mint (Mentha piperita) 24mg,
Oregano (origanum vulgare) 32mg, Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) 16mg, Verbena (Lippia citriodora) 24mg,
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris).
Vegetarian capsule : Hypromellose. Load agent : rice flour.
Made in Belgium.
This product is no substitute for a balanced diet and a healthy way of life. Follow the directions for use, the recommended daily dosage and the expiration date.
This is not recommended for pregnant women or breast-feeding, and for children under 15 years-old, unless advised by a medical practitioner. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry area.
This product is a food supplement, not a medicine.
In any matter relating to health, please always contact a qualified healthcare practitioner.