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Commercial Varieties Commercial Varieties
Organic Pesticide Analysis Average Nutritional Value
We can offer you the following varieties
Name Purity Other Aspects
Grade Machine/ Sortex Cleaned 99.50 % (Mositure: Max 12%)
Grade Machine/ Sortex Cleaned (Premium Quality) 99.50 %
Machine Cleaned 99%  

Packaging Packaging

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Type of Bags Quantity
New Multi Wall Paper Bag 25 lb/11.34 Kg or 50 lb/ 22.
P. P. Bag 55.12 lb / 25 kg or 110.23 lb / 50 kg
Jute Bag 110.23 lb / 50 kg
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Black Cumin Nigella Sativa Container

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Type of Container Quantity
20 Feet 18 Metric Tonne
40 Feet 26 Metric Tonne

Psyllium seeds new crop

Psyllium seed - New Crop
Psyllium Seeds :
  October - March

Overview overview

  Psyllium: History
Isabgol (Psylliums), the common name in India for P. ovata, comes from the Persian words "isap" and "ghol" that mean horse ear, which is descriptive of the shape of the seed. It is indigenous to Mediterranean region and West Asia extending up to Sutlej and Sindh in West Pakistan, also distributed from Canary Islands across Southern Spain, North Africa, Middle East and North-Western Asia. In India the use of isabgol is as old as the Ayurveda System of Medicine. It is commercially cultivated in North Gujarat, Western Rajasthan, Punjab, Hariyana and Uttar Pradesh.

  Psyllium: Uses
Psyllium is mainly used as a dietary fiber, which is not absorbed by the small intestine. The purely mechanical action of psyllium mucilage absorbs excess water while stimulating normal bowel elimination. Although its main use has been as alaxative, it is more appropriately termed a true dietary fiber and as such can help reduce the symptoms of both constipation and mild diarrhea. The laxative properties of psyllium are attributed to the fiber absorbing water and subsequently softening the stool. It is also one of the few laxatives that does not promote flatulence

  Psyllium: Growth Habits
Plantago ovata is an annual herb that grows to a height of 30–46 cm (12–18 in). Leaves are opposite, linear or linear lanceolate 1 cm × 19 cm (0.39 in × 7.48 in). The root system has a well-developed tap root with few fibrous secondary roots. A large number of flowering shoots arise from the base of the plant. Flowers are numerous, small, and white. Plants flower about 60 days after planting. The seeds are enclosed in capsules that open at maturity.

P. ovata is a 119- to 130-day crop that responds well to cool, dry weather. In India, P. ovata is cultivated mainly in NorthGujarat as a "Rabi" or post–rainy season crop (October to March). During this season, which follows the monsoons, average temperatures are in the range of 15–30 °C (59–86 °F), and moisture is deficient. Isabgol (P. ovata), which has a moderate water requirement, is given 5 to 6 light irrigations. A very important environmental requirement of this crop is clear, sunny and dry weather preceding harvest. High night temperature and cloudy wet weather close to harvest have a large negative impact on yield. Rainfall on the mature crop may result in shattering and therefore major field losses. Average Nutritional Value -