Truth of Seirogan
When talking about the Secrets of Seirogan and Seirogan Toi-A, their peculiar “smell” and “color” are the first things that come to mind. The “effect” of Seirogan is what has made these drugs so popular for a long time. Now, let’s explore the secrets of Seirogan
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|Secret of effect
When the water content in stools increases abnormally or when watery or quasi-watery stools are produced that are more loose than regular stools, the condition is known as loose stools. If there is abdominal discomfort or pain as a result of repeated watery stools or loose stools, the condition is known as diarrhea.
In general, contents inside the intestinal tract are propelled to the anus by means of the rhythmic contraction of smooth muscles known as peristalsis. During this process, the intestinal tract regulates the amount of water in the intestinal contents to promote a normal bowel movement.
Abnormal peristaltic movement may result in watery stools (diarrhea) or loose stools.
There are three major causes of diarrhea
The combined effect of JP wood creosote and other natural ingredients in Seirogan and Seirogan Toi-A is what relieves diarrhea.
JP wood creosote affects the serotonin receptor in the intestinum crassum.
Since JP wood creosote is effective in the intestinum crassum but not in the intestinum tenue, the rapid peristalsis of the intestinal tract is not overly obstructed, which helps resume the normal function of the intestinal tract.
JP wood creosote is effective on the CFTR receptor.
In addition to inhibiting the release of water, JP wood creosote promotes water absorption inside the intestinal tract, thereby regulating the water content.