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Will a Prune Juice Laxative help with my constipation or is it just a myth? Answered

A lot of people are aware that the health of our digestive tracks or particularly the large intestine commonly known as colon have adverse effects on the health of our whole body, not only physical health but also mental health. When our colon is unhealthy or diseased and full of toxins, this toxins enters our bloodstream through the process of intoxication. When our bloodstream becomes dirty it also affects the brain. Commonly we experience mood swing. Another tangible effect of this unhealthy condition called constipation or the hardening of stool due to inadequate digestion or lack of it.

With this said, you may wonder what are my best herbal and natural remedy for cleansing the inside of my body and avoid if not irradicate this condition of constipation?

One very good natural remedy is eating of Prunes. A Prune is a variety of plums. Prune juice is made by steaming prunes until it is softened and pureeing then juice is squeezed out. Prune juice contain a natural laxative known as isatin. Prune juice is high in insoluble fiber. Each prune fruit contains 6% of dietary fiber. Prune juice is good remedy for constipation. It is also high in anti oxidant.

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I'm very confused as to what your intents are with this thread, besides saying: Prunes make you poop.

This is typical SPAM in the forums that will be mopped up later. It usually is a long informative or rant followed by a spam link. Usually, they forget the spam link and leave you wondering why the poster posted in the first place. You can flag it spam, inappropriate, etc with the tiny flag button. Welcome to Instructables.

I've been here before, but thanks for the welcome.

Just been gone for a while (few years).

Glad to see that some of the regulars are still so... regular. Could be the prune information.

Somehow that is just one area I prefer to keep "pointed" objects away from :-)

Oh, and I never saw this type of spam on here before. Definitely interesting.