Botanical Name: The most famous botanical name of Cassia Angustifolia is Cassia Asia Augustifolia.
Common Name: the most common name of Cassia Angustiafolia is Indian Senna, Senna, Cassia Senna, and Tinnervelly Senna.
Family Name: The Cassia Angustiafolia belongs to the family of Caesal Pinaceae.
Part Used: the mostly parts used are Leaves, Stems, and Pods.
Habitat: Refined in dry manor of Western and Southern part of India, and indigenous to Arabia.
Main Uses: Cassia Angustifolia is recognized by US pharmacopoeias and British other medical companies.
It minors bowels, boost up the peristaltic movements by its local movements of action over the intestinal membrane. It is also used as mainly expectorant, dresser in wound, laxative, Antidysentric, and carminative.
Scientific Name: The scientific name of Cassis Angustifolia is Senna, in which medical companies basically used mostly.
it is basically used for main purpose of diseases such as inflammatory skin, constipation, hypertension, conditions, and obesity. Cassia Angustifolia or Senna is a heavy purgative that must be taken with proper physician care and in approved dosage.
It has a pain effect upon the intestinal covering or complete relief, and suffered with objection nausea or pain, all along with diarrhea or liquid stools disease.
It can be treated by proper combination by adding one forth amount of stomach herbs or medicine, such as fennel seeds or ginger, with proper dosage to get complete and soon relief.
Cassia Angustifolia or Senna is basically for very bad constipation, or we can say, constipation following with any type of stomach ace or diseases.
Interesting facts: Cassia Augustifolia or Senna laxatives may take 8 to 12 hours to produce the results. In animal studies, Cassia Augustifolia has not shown negative or harmful effects on pregnant animals.