Promotes Relief From Constipation*

Supports Healthy Bowel Movements*

May Iliminate IBS*

Promotes Controlled Urination*

60 - 500mg capsules

Evawel utilises the finest quality, premium grade herbs available. Clean, raw,

and wild-harvested. Using traditional extraction methods in modern clean rooms,

the herbs are properly prepared so the extractions contain the fullest range of

components possible, providing the the best source of the beneficial ingredients.

No fillers. Never diluted as a tincture. It is the purest extract available!

*These statements have not been evaluated by any medical governing body. This

product is a dietary supplement and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or

prevent any disease. See our full disclaimer for more information.

Product Details

formulated from only the finest wild grown herbs

Constipation and a lack of intestinal regularity often are causes of obesity, diverticulitis, cellulite in women, acne or hemorrhoids, and in severe cases can be the cause of intestinal cancer.

If you suffer from constipation and do not address it, you will never be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle or healthy weight. Additionally, constipation causes decomposing foods to remain in your intestines, producing toxins that poison your cells and thus, sets the scene for other health problems.

Evalax is a fast-acting colon cleanser, designed for the chronically constipated in need of strong treatment for a blocked bowel. Herbal purgatives have been combined with carminatives to prevent griping.

It is a powerful intestinal cleanser which will blast loose residual intestinal congestion and get users off to a flying start with their bowel cleanse program.

(YOU SAVE R12.00)
(YOU SAVE R36.00)

Aloe ferox (also known as cape aloe or bitter aloe) is renowned for its remarkable natural colon cleansing benefits. As an effective natural laxative and colon cleanser, it is probably the strongest of the colon stimulating herbs. Bitter aloe is among the tallest of the more than 400 aloe species and can be found through out the Western Cape. Compared to the more widely known Aloe vera, Aloe ferox produces 20 times more bitter sap and has higher nutrient concentrations.

It is used mainly to make bitter aloes for laxative purposes and sometimes to treat arthritis. A 2004 study looking into the effects of aloe ferox on irritable bowel syndrome found that 30% of the participants on the aloe showed either clinical remission or improvement. It is thought that taking aloe for four weeks could reduce symptoms of IBS.

Aloe ferox

Infamous for its distinctive, pungent smell, but prized for its historic role as a highly medicinal vegetable, garlic is a love-it-or-hate-it kind of food. Some people can’t stand it even in soups and stews, while others happily chow down on raw cloves as a snack (and hopefully brush their teeth afterward!).

And then there’s a third group, the people who hate the taste, but feel guilty because they keep reading all about what a superfood it is. Frequently touted benefits of garlic include cancer prevention, lower blood pressure, and lower cholesterol. It’s also traditionally been used as a natural disinfectant, antibacterial, and antifungal medicine.

One of garlic’s most famous benefits has traditionally been the prevention of heart disease, specifically by lowering blood cholesterol and blood pressure. High blood cholesterol is really more of a symptom , but from a health standpoint, it’s still interesting to see what kinds of treatments reduce cholesterol levels.

Allium sativum (Garlic)

Thought to have originated in Southern Europe and Mediterranean regions, fennel is an herb with a mild but distinctive licorice flavor and fragrance. Although it still grows wild in surprising places, fennel is cultivated extensively in the U.S., France, India, and Russia. It has three parts, each with its own unique value: the crunchy, bulbous, pale green root; feathery fronds with the appearance of carrot tops; and seeds inside the butter-yellow blossoms of the mature plant.

Ancient Chinese medicine found beneficial uses for fennel, from congestion to conjunctivitis, to stimulate the appetite and increase the flow of breast milk.

Fennel seeds are good laxative agents as they contain fibre. The roughage helps in clearance of bowels whereas the stimulating effect helps maintain the proper peristaltic motion of the intestines, thereby helping proper excretion.

Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel)

With its distinctively spicy taste and invigorating scent, mint is often an ingredient in gum, candy or tea, but people also eat it fresh. Fresh mint leaves add flavor and nutrition to many different recipes, and chewing on whole leaves may have certain health benefits and ward off some medical conditions.

Fresh mint, including spearmint and peppermint, contains several key vitamins and minerals you need for good health, though they're not present in huge amounts. For example, fresh mint contains trace amounts of iron, a mineral you need to make red blood cells. Mint also has small amounts of fiber, vitamin A and potassium.

One of the primary benefits of fresh mint is that it contains potent antioxidants. Peppermint, for example, has perillyl alcohol, which might stop the formation or spread of cancer. Peppermint also contains another antioxidant called rosmarinic acid, which can help prevent and treat certain allergies.

Eating fresh mint leaves might help promote digestion. Mint, most notably peppermint, also acts as a carminative, which means it can help ease gas and its associated symptoms. Peppermint makes the flow of bile more efficient, which means that you digest your food more quickly, and it also helps relax the muscles in your digestive tract.

Mentha extract (Mint)

Senna is a plant native to Northern Africa, and both the leaves and the seeds are used in herbal medicine. Known primarily for its purgative properties, senna works as a natural laxative

Senna leaf is a natural anti-inflammatory substance. While this has general health benefits, it also makes senna useful in relieving some symptoms associated with haemorrhoids. Pain when defecating can be because of an obstruction in your rectum, also known as a haemorrhoid, and irritating the rectum can lead to inflammation.

Eating senna leaf or drinking senna leaf tea will encourage bowel movements. The leaf causes the walls of your large intestine to contract, which will push stools through your system. Because of this ability, senna leaf is helpful in relieving constipation, often leading to bowel movements within six to 12 hours after ingestion. In traditional Chinese medicine, senna leaf removes heat from your colon, helping get rid of waste from old food that has built up there over time. In traditional medicine, senna leaf is not recommended for women who are menstruating, nursing or pregnant.

Senna alexandrina


Psyllium is a form of fiber made from the Plantago ovata plant, specifically from the husks of the plant’s seed.

It’s most commonly used as a laxative. Research shows that psyllium has many benefits to the human body, from your heart to your pancreas.

Psyllium is a bulk-forming laxative, which means it soaks up water in your gut and makes bowel movements much easier. While it helps promote regularity, it doesn’t promote flatulence. While it can be used as a one-off to ease constipation, adding psyllium to your diet can help promote regularity and overall digestive health.

Psyllium absorbs liquid and can give you the feeling of being full. Psyllium’s been proven to help people with diabetes manage their blood sugar.

Besides keeping your bowel movements regular and managing a chronic condition, psyllium’s ability to soften your stool can come in handy with short-term ailments, such as constipation. Conditions like constipation can also spur hemorrhoids and anal fissures.

Preliminary research shows that psyllium may help the painful symptoms associated with these conditions.

Psyllium Husk

Aromatic, pungent and spicy, ginger adds a special flavour and zest to Asian stir fries and many fruit and vegetable dishes.

Historically, ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. In herbal medicine, ginger is regarded as an excellent carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects.

Zingiber offinale (Ginger)

The products and claims made about specific products on or through this Site have not been evaluated by the South African Medicines Control Council and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
This Site is not intended to provide diagnosis, treatment or medical advice. Products, services, information and other content provided on this Site, including information that may be provided on this Site directly or by linking to third-party
websites are provided for informational purposes only. Please consult with a physician or other healthcare professional regarding any medical or health related diagnosis or treatment options.

Information provided on this Site and linked websites, including information relating to medical and health conditions, treatments and products may be provided in summary form. Information on this Site including any product label or
packaging should not be considered as a substitute for advice from a healthcare professional. This Site does not recommend self-management of health issues. Information on this Site is not comprehensive and does not cover all
diseases, ailments, physical conditions or their treatment. Contact your healthcare professional promptly should you have any health related questions. Never disregard or delay medical advice based upon information you may have read
on this Site.
Evawel Herbal Nutrition  All Rights Reserved