Psyllium Husk

Review Available Psyllium Husk Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Psyllium, Psyllium Husk, Ispaghula, Spogel Seeds, Plantago, Psylium Seeds
Botanical Name:  Plantago ovata
Psyllium Husk Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Psyllium Husk Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Pregnant women should seek the advice of a healthcare professional. Some people may be hypersensitive to psyllium and should not use it. Inadequate fluid intake can cause psyllium to block the throat.  It is essential to drink at least eight glasses of water daily with it.

Psyllium Husk Benefits & Information

Psyllium Husks, husks of the psyllium seed, are a medicinal herb that promotes healthy glucose levels when combined with exercise.  Psyllium Husk aids with occasional constipation, supports circulatory health and promotes healthy cholesterol levels.  Psyllium Husks are rich in dietary fiber which promotes normal bowel movement. Psyllium Husks have prebiotic, laxative, antidiarrheal, anti-inflammatory, detoxicant and astringent effects.
Psyllium Husk Naturally Occurring Components:  alkaloids, fatty acids, monoterpene, protien, sugar, beta-sitosterol, iridoid glycosides, mucilage selenium tannis, zinc, dietary fiber, iron phytosterol, sterols, triterpenes, vitamin A