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Senna is a shrub found in India, Pakistan, South China and elsewhere. Its name is derived from the Arabic word "sena," and it has been used in ayurvedic and unani medicines since the ninth century. The shrub normally grows to a height of approximately two feet with green stems and pods and yellow, scoop-shaped leaves. The alternate leaves are even-pinnate, with four or five pairs of lanceolate or obovate leaflets that are brittle and greyish green in colour. The small yellow flowers are characterised by five spreading clawed petals. The fruit is in an oblong pod about 5cm long. The leaves and pods, or fruit, are used medicinally.
With a certain antibacterial function, the clinical can also be used for acute pancreatitis, bacillary dysentery, epidemic hemorrhagic fever, cholecystitis, postpartum milking and so on. It is applicable to medicines, health care products and other fields.
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■ Senna leaf extract has the function of laxation, which will facilitate water;
■ It has the function of relaxating muscle;
■ It has the function of antibacterial, such as inhibiting staphylococcus aureus, salmonella typhi and escherichia coli;
■ It has the function of increasing platelet and fibrinogen, which will help stop bleeding.
■ Antibacterial effect: senna extract powder has inhibitory effects on various bacteria such as staphylococcus and diphtheria, typhoid bacillus, paratyphoid bacillus and Escherichia coli.
■ Hemostasis: It can increase platelets and fibrinogen, shorten clotting time, recalcification time, thromboplastin time and clot shrinkage time, and help stop bleeding. The crystalline fibers and calcium oxalate clusters of the senna have local hemostasis.
■ The impact on the digestive system: senna leaves can prevent large doses of indomethacin damage to the gastric mucosa, probably because it can antagonize the latter's inhibition of gastric mucosal cyclooxygenase.
■ Muscle relaxation and antispasmodic effect: can block acetylcholine at the motor nerve endings and skeletal muscles, thereby relaxing the muscles. Some hydroxyquinones in senna have a certain antispasmodic effect.
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