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Laxinol H Capsule - Ayurvedic Tablet For Constipation

The ingredients that are used in the Laxinol H capsule act as a natural laxative. They are designed to not only give constipation relief but also improve the digestive process. The Laxinol H ayurvedic tablet for constipation is best for both occasional and chronic cases of constipation/ Treatment with the Laxinol H capsule constipation relief medicine supported by dietary and lifestyle changes will be the ideal chronic constipation treatment. It helps ease flatulence, heartburn, gas and bloating. It does not irritate the stomach and is made of natural Ayurvedic ingredients. 


Svarnapatri (Cassia angustifolia)

  • Very strong laxative

  • Used in Ayurveda to increase intestinal fluids

  • Useful in acute as well as chronic constipation

Amlaki (Emblica officinalis)

  • Indian gooseberry

  • Rich in Vitamin C

  • Anti-oxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory

Harithaki (Terminalia chebula)

  • Balance all three Doshas

  • Helps detoxify

  • Supports healing

Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)

  • Supports Rasa and Mamsa Dhatus

  • Antibacterial, antiinflammatory

Eeranda (Ricinus communis)  

  • Balances Vata Dosha.

  • Laxative.


Bowel movements are an automatic part of one’s day and not something that one really thinks about till something goes wrong. When there is no bowel movement one gets constipated. This has an adverse impact on one’s health. It can also cause other health problems that are related to it. The daily bowel movements by our bodies are to eliminate waste and toxins from the body. When this process is delayed, our body has to bear the ill effects of carrying this load of toxic waste within. Ti is not only uncomfortable but also very bad for one’s health.



  • When a person has difficulty in passing bowel movements and is not able to pass motion easily or regularly, it is defined as constipation. The definition of a constipated person is one who does not pass motion more than thrice a week. 

  • The reason for this blockage could be due to mechanical obstruction in the large intestine. More commonly it is due to poor dietary and lifestyle choices. 

  • The most common reason for constipation is an extremely poor diet that contains little natural fiber. The over-dependence on highly processed and smooth foods has led to an increase in patients with constipation and other digestive issues. When one takes in plenty of natural fiber in the form of fresh fruit and vegetables in one’s diet there is enough fiber to make the passing of stools easier.

  •  When the diet is poor and the person’s intake of water is also less, the problem is compounded. An over-reliance on carbonated drinks, coffee, tea and alcoholic beverages to quench one’s thirst leads to dehydration. 

  • Leading an active lifestyle is important to maintain all bodily functions efficiently including digestion. Being very inactive and leading a sedentary lifestyle also leads to constipation. The problem is much worse when the person is confined to a bed or a chair. 

  • A sudden change in routines due to travel or stress can also affect digestion and bowel movements. 

  • Ignoring the urge to pass a bowel movement can make the problem worse. 

  • When a person suffers from Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS they have problems that fluctuate between constipation and diarrhoea. 

  • Sometimes hardened stool can block the colon. The hardened stool can also cause tears in the anus called a fissure or cause inflammation of the blood vessels in the area around the anus called symptomatic haemorrhoids (piles). 

  • Increasing age slows the digestive process. Incidences of constipation are far higher in people who are older. 

  • Mechanical issues with the colon can also cause constipation. Some examples are structural problems and blockages, hernias, diverticulitis, cancerous tumours, scar tissue formation and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Ayurveda’s View Of Constipation

Ayurveda considers the process of digestion to be vital to one’s overall good health. The Agni or fire of digestion is what governs the quality and efficiency of the process of digestion in a person. The Agni is at its highest in the day and is relative to the position of the sun. When the sun is at noon the body is at its highest capacity to properly digest food. As the sun sets the Agni in the body cools and the ability to digest well slows. Since the body absorbs things in the day this is the time to ingest food, Expelling the waste in the form of stool in the morning prevents the absorption of the waste by the body. This is why a daily morning bowel movement is so important to good health. When a person has a proper bowel movement it should make him/her feel lighter and better. Stress, inadequate sleep, dehydration, unhealthy gut, improper diet and ignoring the urge to pass motion are all cited by Ayurveda as causes for constipation.

The Vata Dosha governs movement in the body. It is also the Dosha that causes dryness. So when it is imbalanced it dries out the contents of the bowels. Pitta is a heaty Dosha that can also dry the contents of the bowels. So constipation is a problem created by the imbalance of these two Doshas. The Apana Vata is responsible for downward movement which includes the content of the bowels.  Kapha imbalances cause the blockage of the movement of the bowels through excessive mucus or undigested food blocking it. When the constipation is caused by a particular Dosha problem, the person will be advised to eat a diet that does not aggravate that Dosha. Most often the problem would be a result of a combination of Vata Dosha with another Dosha. 

According to Ayurveda the digestive fire or Agni varies with the position of the sun. So, one must eat heavier meals when the sun is high in the sky and eat lighter food at other times. Dining late at night is not recommended. Meals should be on time and in a relaxed environment. One must drink enough water and eat food that is fresh and rich in fiber. Cold food and cold water are to be avoided. It is better to eat food that is warm. Lifestyle changes such as exercise and proper mealtimes are also helpful.


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