Other: Alexandrian senna, Indian senna, true senna
Senna alexandrina Mill.
Plant Family: Fabaceae
Cassia acutifolia, Cassia angustifolia, Cassia lanceolata, Cassia senna, Senna acutifolia, Senna angustifolia
Senna, a small, scrubby plant that grows in the deserts of North Africa.
rhein-dianthrone diglycosides, dianthrone diglycosides, monoanthraquinone glycosides and aglyca, hydroxyanthracene glycosides, calculated as sennosides B (Mr 863) Albumen, mucilage, starch, volatile oil, resin, salts of potassium and calcium, and a principle resembling cathartin.
As a tea, in capsules, within herbal preparations and sometimes in esoteric food dishes
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