Frequently Asked Questions About NutriClean® Aloe : I am constipated. Can I take too much NutriClean Aloe? This product should be taken only as directed. Our scientists have developed a safe, yet effective, serving size guideline that should work to provide natural relief from occasional constipation. The serving size is two tablets a day and one shouldn’t exceed this amount. If two tablets a day (one in the morning and one at night) are not providing the desired results, you should contact your physician. Also, this product is not intended to treat chronic constipation, which could be a symptom of a serious disease. If you experience chronic constipation, you should consult your physician. When taking any form of laxative, you should drink plenty of water as to prevent a disruption in electrolyte balance. If used properly, NutriClean Aloe can provide soothing relief to those suffering from occasional constipation.* Is NutriClean Aloe a natural product? Yes. NutriClean is an all natural alternative to other laxatives that may be harsh on your system. Is Aloe helpful for general digestive health? Yes. Aloe is a splendid botanical with a very wide variety of uses. First, it’s a way to get the digestive tract in motion, promoting the elimination of waste from the body. In addition, it can promote the overall health of your colon and digestive system. I just took some NutriClean Aloe. When can I expect a bowel movement? This varies from person to person. You should expect a bowel movement in about 12-24 hours. The amount of fluids you drink and the amount of exercise you get will have some impact on the success rate of natural aloe. To improve elimination from the digestive system, in general it is advantageous to drink six to eight glasses of water a day and implement a regular exercise program.
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