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Oral Magnesium Sulphate can pass the stool
- Jun 29, 2018 -

Do you know if Magnesium Sulphate can pass the bowels? Let's give you a brief introduction.

Oral Magnesium Sulphate has little absorption in the intestinal tract, and oral Magnesium Sulphate has a good catharsis function, so Magnesium Sulphate is also called "salt".

After oral administration of Magnesium Sulphate solution into the intestinal cavity, it has a certain osmotic pressure, so that the water in the intestine is not absorbed by the intestinal wall.

A large amount of water is stored in the intestines, which can stimulate the bowel movement and defecate mechanically. Therefore, Magnesium Sulphate can be used for the treatment of constipation and abnormal ferment in the intestines. Every 5~20 grams of Magnesium Sulphate can be dissolved in 100~400 ml warm water at a time.