What You Should Know
Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser works to regulate bowel movements toward a more normal schedule. There is only one ingredient in the formula and that ingredient is very common in other natural laxative and colon cleansing products. There is no information on the official Sonne’s website about weight loss benefits as a result of taking Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser.
List of Ingredients
Psyllium husk powder and ground seed.
Fiber is a crucial part of a healthy diet, but when Psyllium husks are taken as a cleansing supplement, there are potential side effects that need to be revealed to the consumer. Psyllium husk is a bulk forming laxative that has no stimulating effects in the body. Because the supplement is bulk forming, the consumer needs to add more water into their daily plan in order to prevent constipation. If Psyllium husk is not taken with enough water, waste can be bound together in the lower intestine making it difficult to pass.
Psyllium husk also comes with swelling warnings. When taking any Psyllium husk powder like Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser, at least 8 ounces of water needs to be taken after the powder is consumed. This helps to rinse any residual powder from the throat where it can swell and cause difficulty breathing. Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser should never be consumed in powder form – it should always be mixed with water or juice before taking.
Psyllium husks can also cause gas and painful bloating for people who normally have a very low fiber intake. For this reason, any normal dosage of Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser should be gradually included in a daily menu. Starting with ¼ the normal dose and slowly adding more Psyllium husks helps the body to get used to higher fiber amounts and reduce the risk of gas and bloating. Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser is created for use with Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant. The #7 formula can cause constipation. This means taking in even more water to counteract the bulking effect of the bentonite clay in #7.
Online websites sell Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser for prices between $7 and $12. This is much higher than typical over the counter Psyllium husk powders.
- Ingredients are all-natural.
- Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser uses premium Psyllium husk.
- Prices, though high, are affordable.
- Consumers must drink lots of water to prevent constipation when taking a bulk forming laxative.
- Laxatives can lead to dependence.
- Dieters should never use laxatives to increase weight loss.
Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser is nothing more than Psyllium husks. Major brand names like Metamucil will be priced lower than Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleanser and offer the same benefit. Regularity is important but Sonne’s does not offer a unique product.