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Constipation Relief


Alleviates constipation or infrequent bowel movements

Content: 85 pellets



Homeopathic remedy for constipation. Constipation Relief gently restores the body’s waste elimination system. This smart and natural remedy alleviates

  • hard, dry, and knotty stools,
  • excessive straining,
  • painful urging before stool,
  • burning pains and stitching after stools,
  • no urge to pass stool, and 
  • abdominal pains.

Constipation Relief stimulates the muscles in the intestines that propel waste outward and encourages a healthy water balance in the intestinal tract. This natural remedy does not cause cramps, diarrhea, or dependency like many conventional over-the-counter laxatives and stool softeners.


Turn tube upside down. Twist cap to break the seal, or peel off the small portion of the label along the perforated line. Hold tube vertically and keep twisting cap to release the desired number of pellets.

Take 3-5 pellets before meals or as needed, letting pellets drop directly from the cap into your mouth. Allow pellets to completely dissolve in your mouth. Children under 12 years of age use half of the adult dose or as directed by your doctor. Take 15 minutes before or after eating and/or drinking (except water) . To preserve purity avoid touching pellets with fingers.


Active ingredients: Alumina 10X, Bryonia alba 8X, Natrum muriaticum 8X, Graphites 10X, Silicea 10X

Inactive ingredients: Sucrose/lactose

Safety Information

If symptoms persist or worsen or if pregnant or nursing, consult a professional healthcare provider. Keep out of reach of children.

Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.

More Information

Constipation is the term that describes infrequent bowel movements. A common gastrointestinal problem, everyone at some point suffers from constipation often but not always accompanied by stomach pain and/or other digestive disorders.

Many different triggers from food to medication to stress can cause constipation. One of the most common causes of infrequent bowels is too little water or fiber in your diet. Some people experience constipation while traveling due to lack of movement or just because of stress. Menstruation and pregnancy are also a major contributor to constipation.

Since people have different schedules as to how much time is normal between stools, the amount of days that can pass between healthy bowel movements can vary. Usually those who pass less than 3 stools a week are considered to be constipated. Constipation also describes straining or hard stools. If you experience these problems more than a quarter of the time that you have a bowel movement, you likely are constipated.

In terms of the biological processes, constipation occurs when waste moves through the digestive system too slowly. Along the way, it becomes hard and dry.

Conventional medicine often recommends laxatives to treat constipation. These include fiber supplements like Metamucil as well as stimulants like Senokot, which cause the intestines to contract. There are other types of laxatives like stool softeners and osmotics. For those with even more serious constipation issues, prescription drugs like chloride channel activators and 5-HT-4 agonists are available. It is important to know laxatives can cause dependency and increased problems with constipation long-term.

Homeopathy is frequently recommended as one of the best ways to combat constipationConstipation Relief blends five powerful remedies that combat constipation naturally and restore the body’s innate waste removal process. Alumina alleviates dryness, sluggishness, and numbness. It has a beneficial impact on everyone from infants to seniors. Other ingredients include Bryonia alba, Natrium muriaticum, Graphites, and Silicea which work to treat hard and dry stools and relieve burning pains, straining, low or no desire to pass stools, and stomach aches.

In addition to homeopathic treatment, follow the healthy and natural tips below:

  • Drink more water
  • Eat fiber-rich and probiotic foods such as whole-grain breads, fruits, nuts, and fermented vegetables
  • Exercise regularly
  • Go to the bathroom immediately when feeling the urge
  • Practice relaxation techniques

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