Creative Bioscience® Logo
Awards and Promotional Badges

Free and fast shipping on all domestic orders.
Some fees apply to international orders.

We offer a 100% 30 day money back guarantee for all of our products.

All of our products are proudly Made in U.S.A. in FDA inspected and GMP approved facilities.

Number 1 diet company in Spins topline report for 2011

Ingredient Profile: Senna Leaf

Senna Leaf

Senna Leaf is added to Creative Bioscience‚Äôs cleansing products, hCG Cleanse, rCC 1234® and African Mango Cleanse because of its proven effectiveness. Senna Leaf is a strong and safe therapeutic cleansing agent. When blended with other natural ingredients a potent purgative is the result. A cleanse is a great way to start any weight loss program. Elimination of built up solids, waste and impurities will surely jump start your weight loss efforts.

Weight loss programs and cleanses vary widely. Creative Bioscience® natural cleanses and weight loss products are of the highest quality, manufactured in FDA inspected and GMP approved facilities in the U.S.A. We are constantly researching and investigating ingredients to bring our friends the best in natural, affordable and effective natural cleanse and weight loss products. We offer 24/7 free unlimited support, just call 877-744-1224.

Cassia Senna is indigenous to the tropical climates in regions of Africa. It is also known as Alexandrian Senna, Indian Senna, Khartoum Senna and many other names. It is a small shrub an herb. The leaves and the fruit of the senna plant are used to make medicine. Senna leaf and fruit are stimulant laxatives and are valued for their cathartic or purgative abilities. The cathartic properties of the leaf are greater than the fruit and for that reason Creative Bioscience® uses only the leaf. The senna herb works by stimulating muscle contractions in the intestines. Senna is an FDA-approved nonprescription laxative.

Senna has long found use in traditional Arabic and European medicine. Its primary use is as a cathartic.

Brigitte Marazzi, Peter K. Endress, Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz, and Elena Conti
"Phylogenetic relationships within Senna (Leguminosae, Cassiinae) based on three chloroplast DNA regions: patterns in the evolution of floral symmetry and extrafloral nectaries".