EXPLORING INDIAN HERBS FOR CONSTIPATION RELIEF: A COMPRENSIVE REVIEW.

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Harshdeepsinh Rana
Foram Mehta
Dr. Pragnesh Patani

Keywords

constipation, Indian herbs, Digestive disorders, Pathophysiology, Defecations

Abstract

Constipation is a typical gastrointestinal problem influencing people around the world. Constipation is a characterized by a number of gastrointestinal symptoms, including trouble passing stool, firm stool, and the sensation of incomplete evacuation. This study means to explore the possible alleviation of clogging side effects through the usage of customary Indian spices. The rich legacy of Indian customary medication offers a plenty of home grown cures known for their stomach related benefits. This exploration digs into the adequacy and systems of these spices in advancing standard defecations and easing constipation related uneasiness

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