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Healthology Go-Lax Bowel Formula 60's

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Original price $23.39
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GO-LAX provides a gentle, effective solution for occasional constipation. GO-LAX works to hydrate and soften the stool, promote peristalsis, soothe the gut lining and improve the microbiome. GO-LAX promotes healthy bowel function, without cramping or pain, to support your body’s natural ability to eliminate waste and maintain good overall health.

Elemental Magnesium 

  • Draws water into the bowel, which improves hydration in the digestive tract and softens the stool, making it easier to pass.

Chinese Rhubarb Root and Rhizome Extract (Rheum palmatum) 10% Rhein 

  • Inhibits the channels that reabsorb water from the bowel, which softens the stool and makes it easier to pass.
  • Gently activates pelvic nerves and motility receptors in the colon to enhance peristalsis and promote bowel motility.

Cape Aloe Leaf Latex Extract (Aloe ferox) 4% Barbaloin 

  • Increases water content in the bowel to soften stool and stimulate its movement through the colon.

Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus rubra – stem bark inner) 

  • Soothes and heals the digestive tract to improve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), including reductions in pain and straining, and improved stool consistency and frequency.

Triphala 

  • Increases peristaltic action to promote regular bowel movements. Triphala improves the number, frequency and consistency of bowel movements while decreasing the abdominal pain and bloating caused by constipation.
  • Rich in vitamin C, flavonoids and polyphenols that provide anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects on the bowel, protecting the gut mucosa and the improving symptoms of IBS.
  • Supports the gut microbiota through inhibiting the growth of some undesirable bacterial strains, and promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria, including Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus species.