CASSIA ANGUSTIFOLIA also Known as Senna, Indian Senna, Tinnevelly Senna, Cassia Senna
Cassia Angustifolia

Cassia Angustifolia

Botanical Name
Family Name
Part Used
Habitat
Extract or Alkaloid
Common Name
Cassia Angustifolia
Caesalpinaceae
Pods, Stems, Leaves
Cultivated in dry lands of Southern & Western India, and indegenous to Arabia.
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Senna, Indian Senna, Tinnevelly Senna, Cassia Senna

Uses:

It is basically used for main purpose of diseases such as inflammatory skin, constipation, hypertension, conditions, and obesity. Cassia Angustifolia or Senna is a heavy purgative that must be taken with proper physician care and in approved dosage.

It has a pain effect upon the intestinal covering or complete relief, and suffered with objection nausea or pain, all along with diarrhea or liquid stools disease.

It can be treated by proper combination by adding one forth amount of stomach herbs or medicine, such as fennel seeds or ginger, with proper dosage to get complete and soon relief.

Cassia Angustifolia or Senna is basically for very bad constipation, or we can say, constipation following with any type of stomach ace or diseases.