Psyllium & Its Another Names in Different culture and Languages

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Psyllium is a ancient and cultural medicine which has used from 5000 years back in the medicinal history. It has used in different era of time periods with different culture with different name. For this it has known with too many different names. Some of its name are more popular now and some are locally known. We have collected some of its popular name from different sources.

Generic Name : psyllium (SIL ee um)
Botanical Names Of Psyllium Or Scientific Name : Plantago Ovata, Plantago Ispaghula , Plantago Ovata Husk
Most Popular Name : Ispaghula, Isabgol, Ashwakarna, Psyllium
Common Names Of Psyllium : Ispaghula, Psyllium Seed, Indian Plantago, Spogel, Sand Plantain, Flea Seed, Plantago sp., Isabgula, Plantaginis Ovatae Semen (Semen Plantaginis Ovatae), Semen Ispaghulae

Parts Used: Psyllium Husk, Seed, Ripe Seeds, Powder

Please write your product and Brand name which has produce by use of psyllium, psyllium seeds,psyllium Husk, psyllium Powder

The native place of Psyllium is India so in India it has different name in different languages
English: Ispaghula, Psyllium, Blond Psyllium, Spogel Seeds, Ripple Grass
Sanskrit: Ashwagol, Ishadgola, Ashwakarna, Ashwakarnabeeja, Sheetabeeja, Ishrawarabola, Snigdhajeeraka
Hindi: Isabgol, Isabgul, Issufgul, Ispaghul, Isubgol
Bengali: Esphopgol, Isabgul, Isshopgul, Ispaghul
Gujarati: Isapgol, Isafghol, Ghoda Jeeru, Umtojeeru, Uthamujeerun
Kanada: Isofgolu, Visamagolu, issabagolu, Isabakolu
Malayam: Karkatasringi, Snigddhajirakam, Ispaghal
Marathi: Isabgola, Isapghol
Punjabi: Lisapghol, Bartang, Abghol
Tamil: Iskolvirai, Iskol, Isphagol, Ishappukolvirai, Ishappukol
Telugu: Isphagula, Isapgaluvittulu, Isapagala
Kashmiri: Is-mogul
Oriya: Isabgul

Psyllium Different Name In Different Dynasty
Persian Dynasty : Ispaghol, Isparzah, Thikam-daridah, Zhikam-daridah, Isabghul
Arab Dynasty : Bazre-quatuna, Bazre-katina, Ispaghul
Sinhalese (Shri Lankan Dynasty): Isphgol Vithai

Different Country With Different Name
Chinese: ōu chē qián, Ch’-Ch’ientzu
German: Indische Psylli-samen
Japanese: Obeko
Nepal: Isabgol
Nederlands: Bladvlo

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