This is the Best Natural Laxative to Clear all the “Stuck Poop” in Your Intestines… You Will Lose 3 Kg in 1 Day!
Can I ask you something – do you know what causes constipation? According to the experts, constipation can be caused by many different things, such as: lack of movement, excessive stress, age, meds, certain vitamins, not enough fibers and water and many other things can cause it. But it can also be the side-effect of another disease in which case you should consult your doctor and treat that condition in order to resolve this issue.
YES, and I really think that you’ll be shocked when we tell you that every 10th person has a problem with irregular bowel movement. So, if you are one of these people – then you should definitely read the article below.
WHY? Because in this article we are going to show you how to make the best and most effective (natural) laxative. This amazing natural laxative is also known as the hospital jam because it has been proven effective for the most severe cases of constipation and even the doctors prescribe it as a medicine.
- 1 cup of date palm
- 1 cup of prunes
- 5 cups of boiling water
It’s very simple – first, you need to cut the dates and prunes into small pieces and add them to the boiling water. Then, you need to cook them until the mixture becomes thick. You should get 20 (1 tbs.) servings of each. This mixture is useful and beneficial for people of all ages. You can consume it like that of add it to your morning breakfast, be it a glass of yogurt, a bowl of cereals or whatever you prefer.
How this Laxative Works?
Here’s what you need to know – prunes are loaded with fiber and they have high amounts of sorbitol, which is a natural sugar that loosens the stool. This eases constipation in a short period of time.
Or, you can try this method instead – just add dried prunes to water and leave it overnight to then drink in the morning. This will help you to produce a bowel movement in the morning by loosening stools. The experts say that soluble fiber allows more water to remain in your stool, making waste softer, larger, and thus, easier to pass through your intestines. And, don’t forget to make some lifestyle changes – eat healthy food (fruits and vegetables), drink plenty of water, avoid alcohol, sleep more, etc.