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Psyllium Seed husk Powder Plantago Ovata

    • Promotes Safe & Natural Laxation
    • Fibers present supports as Natural dietary supplement
    • It helps to promote Gut (Intestinal) motility and eliminate toxic waste.

    Psyllium or Isabgol or Ispaghula [Bot name- Plantago ovata] is a Persian herb found also in North- west India, Punjab & sindh;...

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  • Promotes Safe & Natural Laxation
  • Fibers present supports as Natural dietary supplement
  • It helps to promote Gut (Intestinal) motility and eliminate toxic waste.

Psyllium or Isabgol or Ispaghula [Bot name- Plantago ovata] is a Persian herb found also in North- west India, Punjab & sindh; cultivated to a small extent in Bengal, Mysore & Coromandel Coast in India. Psyllium is a form of fibre made from the husks of the Plantago ovata plant’s seeds. The husks of the seeds are more commonly used, but the seeds themselves have also been administered.
Psyllium is most commonly known as a laxative. However, research shows that taking psyllium is beneficial to many parts of the human body, including the heart and the pancreas. Isabgol Seed preparations contain approximately 47% soluble fibre by weight and husk preparations generally consist of 67-71% soluble fibre and approximately 85% total fibre by weight. Psyllium has the highest level of soluble dietary fibre of any grain source. Ispaghula is hydrophilic because of its high content of hemicelluloses. Psyllium is a bulk-forming laxative, this means it soaks up water in your gut and makes bowel movements much easier. The polysaccharides in psyllium that form into a gel in the intestine also lubricate stool contents and provide greater ease during defecation (especially in chronic constipation issues). It can be added to your diet to help promote regularity and overall digestive health.
Research has shown that taking soluble fibre can help people manage their cholesterol levels. Proper cholesterol regulation is important for everyone, but vital for people over the age of 50. One study shows that at least 6 weeks of daily psyllium intake is an effective way for people who are obese or overweight to lower their cholesterol. Psyllium has been shown to promote faecal excretion of bile acids and cholesterol, bind bile acids and cholesterol in the intestines, allow less circulation for re-absorption, and cause the liver to use more cholesterol to make bile acids, thus good for Heart Blood Circulation.
The glucose-lowering effects of psyllium may be mediated by its slowing the access of glucose to the small intestine, delaying gastric emptying, or through carbohydrate digestion and absorption.

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