Psyllium plant scientifically known as Plantago ovata has gained high importance as a traditional medicine in the world due to its medicinal properties. Locally it is known as isabgol or isabhghula and is now cultivated on huge scale in India.
The Plantago ovate commonly named as Isabgol/Psyllium in India. The Isap and Ghol mean ear of the horse, which show the shape of the seeds. As this tiny pale brown colour seed are very popular across all countries today & which has almost 200 species. The origination from the Mediterranean region and West Asia extending […]
The Psyllium Husk or Isabgol is a very popular product across the globe today. Considering the health benefits the product offers it has varied uses in the Pharmaceutical industry, Food industry, Animal feed industry as well the health industry. The benefits are very much discussed in the previous blog on Psyllium Health benefits. The versatility […]
Psyllium Husk a minute feather-like small petal derived from the dehusking of Psyllium seeds, are today the fibre house of the globe. Psyllium basically belongs to the genus Plantago Ovata which is native to the Indian region & has been a famous ingredient in all the branches of allied medicines as Ayurveda, Unani & Herbal. […]
Psyllium or Isabgol is derived from the genus Plantago & the Psyllium Seeds plant grown in India is known as Plantago ovate. This very tiny looking pale brown seed is very popular across the globe today & has almost 200 species. India is the largest growing region & exporter for Psyllium Seeds in the world […]
Psyllium Husk and its Powder is a food supplement used for intestinal health and weight control. Made for anyone who is unable to include optimum fibre in their diet, it is made up of Psyllium Seeds that helps to improve digestion and reduce appetite due to spongy fibre. Naturally Gluten Free, Psyllium Husk and its […]
Psyllium or Isabgol, as it’s normally called as a husk of a seed. Let’s check out why Psyllium is such an hype now a days… As we already know, people with higher fibre diets have less risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, heart disease, and it can drastically reduce your cholesterol and improve your digestion. […]