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Tab Labolex


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Description and Benefits:

Constipation is said to be present when evacuation of the faeces is too difficult, too infrequent and irregular, or when the passed stools are of hard consistency. It can result from metabolic, endocrine, or neurological disorders, or due to adverse effects of some medicines. The prevalence of constipation varies considerably between ages and genders. Older age group individuals and women are more likely to suffer from constipation. Constipation itself is not debilitating, but if not treated properly, it may lead to other complications like faecal impactions, haemorrhoids and rectal bleeding, intestinal obstruction, intestinal ulcers, rectal prolapse anal fissures, and pelvic wall insufficiency. Management of constipation should begin with lifestyle changes and increased intake of dietary fibres & fluids along with suitable medicine as per patient’s requirements. Synthetic drugs generally have high costs and are associated with various side effects, which force patients to look for alternative medicines that have fewer side effects and cost. Herbal medicines can be an appropriate alternative, because they are easy to obtain, affordable, and have fewer side effects.

VHCA research team has vast experience in designing herbal preparations for a number of ailments. Labolex tablet is one of the research-based products formulated by VHCA team that has been used effectively for treating constipation since many years. It contains extracts of various herbs selected based on their proven efficacy in various clinical research studies. It is useful in both chronic and acute constipation. It helps in improving frequency of defecation, yield, and consistency of stool in patients with functional constipation. It helps in reducing straining during defecation and time spent on toilet. It helps in relieving other associated symptoms of constipation such as hyperacidity, flatulence, belching, and bloating. It also improves appetite, stimulates digestion, relaxes bile ducts, reduces serum cholesterol levels, and improves blood circulation. Overall it is a complete gastrointestinal tonic.


1-2 tablets twice a day or as directed by the treating physician.




Each Tablet contains extract of:

Common Name (Latin Name)

Quantity (in milligrams)

Sanay patti (Cassia Angustifolia)


Saunf (Foeniculum Vulgarae)


Sonth (Zingiber Officinalis)


Amaltas (Cassia Fistula)


Triphala (Classical)


Jethimadh (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)


Vidanga (Embelia Ribes)


Ajowan (Ptycotis Ajowan)


Sh. Jaipal (Croton Tiglium)


Sh. Tankan (Sodium Borate)


Nishotar (Operculina Turpethum)


What Research Says

What Research Says:

Various pre-clinical and clinical studies have shown the beneficial effect of herbs present in Labolex on gastrointestinal system, especially in case of constipation. Sanay patti (Senna) is a well-known stimulant laxative, which acts by increasing intestinal motility thereby reducing transit time and fluid absorption. It inhibits the absorption of water and electrolytes (Na+,Cl-) into the intestine and increases the leakiness of the tight junctions. In other words, it stimulates the secretion of water and electrolytes into the intestine. Many clinical research studies have showed that Senna, alone or along with other herbs, has significant efficacy in treating constipation and in decreasing defecation problems without any side effects. Various clinical and pre-clinical research studies have shown that Saunf (fennel) has anti-spasmodic, secretolytic, secretomotor, anti-ulcerogenic, and antibacterial effects. Different clinical research studies have reported that Sonth (dried ginger) stimulates digestion, increases absorption, and relieves constipation and flatulence by increasing muscular activity in the digestive tract. In two different randomised, open-label, clinical research studies, Amaltas was found effective in reducing the severity of pain during defecation, improving the consistency of stool, and increasing the frequency of defecation without any significant side-effects in children with functional constipation. Various clinical trials have reported that the treatment with Triphala reduced constipation, abdominal pain, hyperacidity, flatulence, belching, bloating, straining during defecation, and time spent on toilet while improving the frequency, yield, and consistency of stool in patients with functional constipation. Jethimadh (Liquorice) has not been reported to have laxative effect by itself, however, a research study showed that when given in combination, it significantly increases the laxative effect of sennoside A (active constituent of Senna). Some preclinical research studies have shown that Ajowan can increase the production of gastric acid, bile acid, and activity of digestive enzymes along with the reduction in food transit time, which support the digestion stimulant activity of the herb. The extracts of Nishotar demonstrated a potent laxative activity in a research study through causing: discharge of watery faeces, enhanced intestinal motility, and increase in intestinal fluid content.


Frequently Asked Question:

Q: How long would Labolex take to show its effects?

A: Labolex is an ayurvedic formulation that works naturally to relieve from constipation and improve digestion. Labolex is recommended to be used regularly for at least 2 weeks for its beneficial effects to be visible. For better and long-lasting results, it should be used for longer duration. In case of some specific disease or disorder, you should consult your physician for directions and duration of its usage.

Q: What are the side effects associated with this product?

A: Labolex is 100% herbal preparation with no significant side effects if taken under medical supervision.

Q: Can this product be used for children?

A: Yes, Labolex has been found to be effective for all ages (3 to 70 years of age). It is useful in relieving from functional, chronic and acute constipation. In children, it is recommended to take the product under medical supervision.

Q: Are there any precautions to be taken with this medicine?

A: Following are the do’s and don’ts for this product:

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  1. Thank you Labolex review by Sarita Sexena on 2/26/2018

    I am a 50-year old woman, and I have been using Labolex tablets for one year now. My experience with the product has been very good. Apart from relief from constipation, it helped me in improving my appetite. I am using it regularly, and now I feel very active and light. I would recommend this product to all my friends.

  2. Wonderful product review by Anil Sharma on 2/26/2018

    I am a 55-year-old man. Labolex has been a wonderful product for me. It is great value for money. I am currently using its fourth bottle, and the results are very good. Labolex has given me a single solution for all gastric problems. It has relieved my constipation and reduced the time spent in the toilet. It has improved my appetite and digestion. I do not have flatulence and stomach bloating anymore. I would like to thank VHCA for coming up with such a wonderful product.

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Do & Donts

  • Do’s (Prefer): Fiber rich food, fruits, fruit juices such as apple-pear juice, salads, green and leafy vegetables, whole grain bread, sufficient water and fluids, lukewarm milk, moderate quantity of unpolished rice, adequate sleep, exercise, and yoga. A morning walk is always beneficial for patients with constipation.
  • Don’ts (Avoid): Too much spicy or acidic food, fats and fried food, beans, vegetables such as cauliflower, cabbage & broccoli, nuts, dry fruits, smoking, alcohol, late night sleeping habit, insufficient intake of water, excessive stress.