Nu-Lax is made from pure dried fruits, which provide a source of natural fibre, and have long been known to have a good effect on the bowel. Fruits such as dried figs, dates, apricots, peaches, pears, and nectarines are used in Nu-Lax.
The active ingredient in Nu-Lax is also natural: the ground leaf of the tropical herb senna. The senna leaf was first used medicinally by the Arabs in the 9th Century - over a thousand years ago. Mixed with fruit, it has been marketed as Nu-Lax for over 60 years.
Delicious dried fruit, ground senna leaf, sugar and glucose are the only ingredients in Nu-Lax. High-quality, natural ingredients are prepared under strictly-controlled, hygienic conditions, right here in Australia. No artificial additives, preservatives or chemicals are introduced at any point in manufacture.
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