Thea Go' is an herbal drug for short-term use in case of indigestion or sluggish emptying of the bowels.
Herbal drug for short-term use in case of indigestion or sluggish emptying of bowels
Effects are typically obtained within 8-10 hours
Recommended use:. Adults: 2½-5 ml (½-1 tsp) per day. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves (app. 1½ dl) and steep for 5-10 minutes. Drink hot or cold - or mix with water, juice etc.
Effects are obtained typically within 8-10 hours. Contact your doctor if your symptoms do not improve within a week - or if your condition deteriorates. Contact your doctor before long-term use (1+ week).
Do not accept indigestion or sluggish emptying of your bowels - try Thea Go'! An effective herbal drug that has been a popular product on the Danish market since 1971.
Thea Go' will cause irritation to the mucous membrane of the large intestine and thus stimulate bowel movements.
Thea Go’, senna pods, herbal tea and tablets: Herbal drug for short-term use in case of indigestion and sluggish emptying of bowels. Contains cut or powdered senna pods. Dosage, adults: 1-3 tablets, 1 herbal teabag or 1 cup of herbal tea per day as needed. Pour boiling water on teabag/tea leaves and steep for 5-10 minutes. For short-term use only - consult your doctor for long-term use (1+ week). Consult your doctor before administering Thea Go’ to children under the age of 12. Do not use Thea Go’ if you are allergic to senna pods or suffer from intestinal strictures or other conditions that may hinder the normal passage of food items through the intestines, in case of inflammatory conditions in the intestinal tract or stomach pains (unknown reasons) or in case of major fluid and electrolyte imbalances. Caution in case of fecal impaction or other digestive problems (unknown reasons). Not for long-term daily use. Use Thea Go’ only if you do not get results from a fibre-rich diet or by taking laxatives containing fibres. Consult your doctor before use if you suffer from reduced liver or kidney function or other major conditions. Simultaneous ingestion of large doses of senna glycosides from Thea Go’ and diuretics, corticosteroids or liquorice root may cause an electrolyte imbalance, in particular hypokalemia. Hypokalemia may result in increased sensitivity to digoxin. Pregnant and lactating women: Consult your doctor before use. Negative side effects: Stomach cramps and pains. Disturbances in fluid and electrolyte balance. Package sizes: Herbal tea: 100 g and 20 teabags of 2 g each; tablets: 200 stk. Please read leaflet carefully before use.