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Is organic aloe Vera juice safe for constipation?

Other options. there are better options than aloe Vera juice for constipation. Is the constipation new or has this always been an issue for you? Do you take any medications? More info on your history is needed and then a plan can be made to help you. Consider a consult via HealthTap prime or concierge. Read more...
Yes. As Dr. Rudnick states, it's wise to find and treat the cause, but for now Aloe juice is very safe and has many benefits (http://tinyurl.com/o6eh7dw). However, it's not particuarly effective for constipation. The rind of the plant is a strong laxative but generally the rind isn't juiced. You can use rind extracts occ. as a laxative. Make sure you are on enough thyroid: http://tinyurl.com/6gvsxqu. Read more...

Peppermint oil for IBS- constipation? Contraindicated with one of the following drugs? Xanax, Seroquel, escitalopram, Lamotrigine? Same Question Aloe Vera juice...

No problems. with either of these two things that I know of. They may not help, but they probably can't hurt. Read more...
I would avoid. the Peppermint oil. It may decrease how quickly the liver breaks down medications causing an increase in the effects and side effects of such medications. Two of the medicines you take--Xanax and escitalopram--are metabolized by the liver/cytochromne P450 and could be affected by Peppermint oil. Aloe Vera juice may be a little safer but it also affects the cytochrome P450 pathways. I would avoid. Read more...

Anything else besides aloe Vera juice works?

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