Regular Jam

Prunelax Regular Jam is a practical and effective natural-origin laxative that contains plum and apple pulp, flaxseed, and honey. After taking one spoonful at night, between 8 and 12 hours it produces relief from constipation.

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Regular Jam

Laxative made of natural senna


Prunelax Regular Jam is a natural-origin laxative that contains plum and apple pulp, flaxseed, and honey. Between 8 and 12 hours after being ingested, it produces a subtle relief for occasional constipation and regulates bowel function. Its jam presentation turns it into a practical and easy to take laxative.

Key bullet points:
  • Natural-origin jam laxative with fruit pulp and seeds.
  • Practical presentation.
  • Easy to ingest.
  • Provides a soft effect after 8 to 12 hours.
  • Daily dose: 1 spoonful (15 g) before bed.

Adults and children 15 years of age and over take one teaspoon (0,53 oz) before bedtime. Follow with a glass of water or juice. Do not exceed recommended dosage.

Active natural ingredients

Prunelax is an effective natural-origin laxative made with Senna leaves that alleviates occasional constipation and helps maintain regular bowel movement.

Soft relief during the night.

Prunelax at night, relief in the morning. Prunelax is a predictable and effective solution that works within 8 to 12 hours offering relief from constipation at night.

At what time should Prunelax be taken?

Prunelax works in 8 to 12 hours. To get results at home, we recommend taking Prunelax at night before bed.

Prunelax® can be used for up to 7 consecutive days to treat occasional constipation.

Occasional constipation is very common during pregnancy and lactation due to hormonal changes. Prunelax is not absorbed into the blood stream, so it does not become part of the placenta or breast milk. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, before ingesting any type of laxatives, including Prunelax, consult a health professional.

Dependency is a process involving cerebral structures. Since Prunelax is not absorbed into the blood, it cannot make it to the brain and create dependency.

No. Tolerance means the patient should increase the dose of the medication with time so that it can continue to work. Research also shows that tolerance to stimulating laxatives is not common and there is no evidence of ricochet constipation after stopping the consumption of laxatives.

Additional information


Jar 5.3oz (150g)