Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser Review
What You Should Know
Not that long ago products like Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser were considered on-off supplements. Dieters used products like these to help ease occasional constipation, but then the weight loss market started promoting cleansing as a way to clean the body before starting a new diet. These small, quiet claims turned into shouts from the rooftop as companies starting telling readers they could lose up to 25 pounds with a good colon cleanser. Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser is not a weight loss supplement and it should not be used for more than the occasional problem with constipation. We read reviews of consumers using the product for in excess of six months straight, something we suggest NO dieter ever attempt.
List of Ingredients
- Cascara Sagrada Bark
- Blonde Psyllium Husk
- Alfalfa Leaf
- Oat Straw
- Aloe Vera Leaf
- Siberian Ginseng Root
- Burdock Root
- Horsetail Herb
- Cayenne Powder
- Dandelion Root
- Parsley Leaf
While most of the ingredients in Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser are safe enough, some can cause life-long side effects like chronic constipation. Cascara sagrada, for instance, is a stimulant laxative. It doesn’t matter if the stimulant laxative is all-natural or synthetic – it stimulates the muscles of the intestines essentially forcing waste out of the body. Over time the muscles responsible for expelling waste grow weak and the consumer suffer chronic, long-term constipation.
Burdock, horsetail and dandelion are also potentially dangerous ingredients. There is no potassium on the list so Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser is not adding back in an essential electrolyte that it is forcing out. These ingredients are diuretics – they force urination. With the extra urine dieters expel comes potassium. With increased potassium loss the consumer could suffer potassium deficiency, which has been known to cause death.
- Ingredients found in Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser are listed online.
- The supplement contains a stimulant laxative, fiber and multiple diuretics.
- There is no mention in the warnings that dieters should not take the supplement long-term.
- Some consumers report taking the laxative/diuretic for more than six months straight.
Just because a product claims to be made with all-natural ingredients does not mean it is safe for daily use. Combining stimulant laxatives with diuretics is dangerous – all-natural or not. Consumers taking Sanar Naturals Colon Cleanser may notice an immediate change in weight due to water loss, but the weight will return as the body stores more water. Over time, taking Sanar Natural Colon Cleanser daily could lead to chronic constipation.