The strongest laxatives are stimulant laxatives, according to the Mayo Clinic. These laxatives stimulate the intestinal muscles to contract thus eliminating whatever is in the intestines. Examples of stimulant laxatives ... More »

The fastest acting laxatives on the market as of 2015 are stimulant laxatives, according to WebMD. Stimulant laxatives stimulate the intestinal lining and speed up the passage of stool through the colon. This type of lax... More »

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