Can you Use Olive oil for constipation?
Long (as in centuries) before olive oil became a tried-and-true pantry staple, it was used for a variety of other needs. It can be used topically on the skin as a cleanser, cuticle oil, and scalp oil to name a few applications. Because it’s full of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and fat-absorbing vitamins like A, D, E, and K, olive oil locks in moisture and can help hydrate and plump the skin. But can it be used to alleviate GI issues and improve Bowel movements?
Read more as Dr. Bindiya explains the uses of olive oil for constipation as well as other things to do to improve your bowl habits.