Their is a belief that prunes, not just the fiber in them, help the digestive system. Their is limited scienitfic support, however Dr. George Emerson, over half a century ago, at the university of California in san Francisco experimented prune extract. He discovered that if you put a very dilute amount to rabbits, that it stimulated contractions in their intestines. This suggests that there is a chemilcal in the prune and not just the fiber.
In the early 1960s researches at the Boston University School of Medicine confirmed this in human subjects. The subjects had the contents of of their intestines diverted to a bag. The daily output of fluid from the intestine was measured with different foods given. Prune juice was the most potent in increasing the volum of fluid entering the collecting bag. A similar study in 1987 confirmed this.
Here is a constipation remedy that may be used for chrontic constipation. It uses apple juice as well as prune juice to increase the affects. In the morning before you eat breakfast drink two to three cups of prune juice. After thiry minutes drink one cup of apple juice. Than an hour later drink another cup of apple juice. Be prepared to head to the bathroom after you drink the prune juice and your first glass of apple juice. Everyone is different.
Another home remedy with prune juice includes oat milk and prune juice. Make a drink with eight ounces of oat milk and 3 ounces of prune juice. Or you an make a 50/50 mix depending on how much you like the taste of prunes. Drink this first thing in the morning and it should be a great remedy for your bowels.
One last home remedy with prune juice includes one cup apple sauce, one cup unprocessed bran, and three fourths cup prune juice. Mix together well into a pasty, stiff glop consistency, almost like peanut butter. After you mix it, it should be refrigerated. Take one or two tablespoons of this daily and wash it down with a full glass of water.
Prune juice by itself is good for constipation. It is an effective laxative that is safe and gentle. The prune juice contains the substance dihydrophenylisatin, which is responsible for the laxative action. They are also a greeat source of iron and good to take if you are anemic or low in iron.
If you add prune juice to your diet, do not drink as much as when you had been constipated. Drink half a glass in the morning and maybe half a glass in the evening.
Diluted prune juice may also be given to a baby who is experiencing constipation, if the baby is older than two months of age. What you want to do is give the baby one ounche of prune juice diluted with one ounce of water, twice a day. As the constipation improves you can cut back. Talk to your doctor first if your baby is two months old or younger.
Drinking prune juice is a definite way to stop mild constipation. There are many different remedies that you can try that mix it with other foods if you don’t like the taste of prunes. Or you can just drink it plain. Remember also that you can’t intake too much prune juice or it will have a reverse affect on you. You will not have constipation, but instead you will have current visits to the bathroom.
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