Laxatives contribute to the problem - gut health, constipation, laxatives, motility

Why not just load up on laxatives forever? Good question.

Because it may result in the intestines losing muscle and nerve response, making the intestines dilated and ineffective at moving stool out. This may cause a dependency issue resulting in you needing higher and higher doses of laxatives to produce stools.

"Recent studies have revealed gut dysbiosis after laxative administration."
"Association between early life laxative exposure and risk of allergic diseases A nationwide matched cohort study." ScienceDirect

Laxatives flush out beneficial binders (immunoglobulins) shown to bind to pathogens to help with the clean-up process.

Why do you think we don't have people load up on laxatives to do a clean-up of the gut? Why do you think we like to help people restore regularity without the use of laxatives? Because laxatives very well may be a big contributing factor to the underlying issues.

What can do you instead of laxatives?

The answer is Motility.

Motility contains the most effective combination of ingredients we are aware of for helping with the underlying issues causing slow motility (constipation) problems.

It is not a laxative. Please give it 15 to 30 days on average to start working.

For mild constipation issues, please buy 1 bottle and use 2 capsules a day.

For moderate to severe issues, please buy 2 bottles and take 4 capsules per day. Some prefer to take all 4 capsules at once. Others found taking 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening most advantageous.

We find Motility to be very "digestive-friendly" with little to no side effects. It does not cause diarrhea or loose stools either.

For more information on Motility, please DM us #Motility on Instagram @silverfernbrand (please also direct any questions here).

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