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Senna � Chirauta Powder (Cassia obtusa)

₹129.00
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  • Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India, Arab and tropical African countries
  • It is cultivated in India, Pakistan, Egypt and Sudan
  • The plant has been used in India for thousands of years as a laxative
  • It can be found in capsule and tablet form, tea bags and loose tea, as well as liquid extracts
  • The undiluted dried root can be found in health food stores

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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India, Arab and tropical African countries. It is cultivated in India, Pakistan, Egypt and Sudan. The plant has been used in India for thousands of years as a laxative. It can be found in capsule and tablet form, tea bags and loose tea, as well as liquid extracts. The undiluted dried root can be found in health food stores.
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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India, Arab and tropical African countries. It is cultivated in India, Pakistan, Egypt and Sudan. The plant has been used in India for thousands of years as a laxative. It can be found in capsule and tablet form, tea bags and loose tea, as well as liquid extracts. The undiluted dried root can be found in health food stores.
INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India Cassia Obtusa, more commonly known as senna, Indian senna is native to India, Arab and tropical African countries. It is cultivated in India, Pakistan, Egypt and Sudan. The plant has been used in India for thousands of years as a laxative. It can be found in capsule and tablet form, tea bags and loose tea, as well as liquid extracts. The undiluted dried root can be found in health food stores.
INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE