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Aloin

British Approved Name

Synonyms: Alloin; Aloína

CAS: 5133-19-7; 8015-61-0; 1415-73-2 (barbaloin)

Profile

Aloin is a crystalline substance obtained from aloes. It consists of C-glycosides such as barbaloin. Aloin is an anthraquinone stimulant laxative. Like aloes it is very irritant and other less toxic laxatives are generally preferred. Aloin is used as a flavouring agent.

Aloin

Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Chile: Felaxen †

UK: Calsalettes

 

Multi-ingredient

Australia: Ford Pills

Brazil: Pilulas Ross

Canada: Bicholate

Hungary: Artin †

Israel: Laxative Laxative Comp

Italy: Boldina He; Cuscutine; Grani di Vals

Mexico: Redotex Redotex N †

South Africa: Brooklax Pills; Doans Backache Pills; SB 3 Triple Action Pills

Spain: Laxante Bescansa Aloico

UK: Dual-Lax Extra Strong; Modern Herbals Laxative

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