How to Relieve Constipation Quickly

Having a laxative herbal tea is an excellent idea for relieving constipation however you have to be careful because it may provoke agitation and long-term constipation because our body gets dependent.

That is why it is not recommended to use these methods for more than one week, in other words, relieve constipation and leave this drink.

So, here’s how to relieve constipation quickly

This is one very efficient juice from fruits and vegetables that help with the problems of constipation.

Read the ingredients you need:

  • 4-5 stalks of celery
  • One head of kale
  • One Apple or 2 small apples
  • One Persian Cucumber
  • 1/2 lemons
  • 1/2 head of lettuce

All you have to do is put all of the ingredients in a juicer (not a blender) and drink the juice first thing in the morning. If this doesn’t work for the first time, have another juice the next day.

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Moreover, this is not the only recipe for this. You can experiment by yourself and put your own ingredients, but include the vegetables because they are the ones that help with constipation; to be precise the kale is the most important ingredient.

Don’t expect a miracle, however. The intake of fruits and vegetables is known to be healthy since forever so maybe it will help to return your balance in normal.

If you feel bloated than you may also read about the causes of bloating, and also about some successful home remedies to get rid of bloating fast without using any medications.


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