Despite being natural substances, excessive use, especially of combined herbs, can bring health complications.
detailing the sene
Senna is a medicinal plant of the Cesalpiniaceae family. The tea from the plant has laxative properties, usually triggered hours after ingestion. In the intestine, senna irritates the walls, preventing the organ from absorbing water. This results in excess water in the stool. When ingested in excess, the substance can cause vomiting and severe abdominal cramps. Pregnant women should not consume senna tea, children under 12, and women in the lactation period.
Detailing the mallow
Malva has vitamins of complexes A, B1, B2, and C, contains mucilage, carotenes, and flavonoids, acts as an antioxidant and fights free radicals, has astringents, responsible for keeping the body in constant healing; diuretics; expectorant; laxative; emollient, soothing the skin and tissue, acts as an anti-inflammatory and is indicated in cases of ulcers and gastritis.
Problems caused by ‘3 Ballerina’ tea
After consulting the doctor, the person must pay attention to any irregularities the body presents, as the tea may be causing them. Here are some of the main problems caused by the combination of herbs contained in ‘3 Ballerina’ tea:
Nausea – Both mallow and senna are laxative and diuretic substances. Some users have reported developing severe nausea after drinking too much tea.
Diarrhea – One of the properties of herbs is to lubricate the mucous membranes of the intestine, encouraging evacuation. However, their prolonged use can bring dependence to the intestine.
Dehydration – Both senna and mallow act as diuretics. If the intake of fluids is not enough, it can result in severe dehydration. This can cause serious damage to the kidneys and an imbalance in the levels of electrolytes such as sodium and potassium.