Senna leaves extract, which are the medicinal part of the plant, contain
Anthraquinone glycosides are known as senoside A and B. From the leaf of the senate as one
The official laxative drug is mentioned in all pharmacopoeias and in several countries
The drug formulated from it has been marketed.
Senna should not be used excessively, because it may cause severe diarrhea. Also, the Senate should not be used continuously and for a long time.
The only obvious side effect of senna extract compared to fenugreek is the feeling of burning in the anus, so that the feeling of burning in the anus in the people who used the standardized extract of the senna plant to prepare their veins in comparison with the other group (the group with preparation)
rivers with castor oil) has been more. Finally, the results of the acceptability and tolerance level of the patients in the two regimens of river preparations indicate that the acceptability of the river preparation regimen using the standardized extract of senna plant was much better than the regimen of river preparation using castor oil.