We are one of the strongest and largest manufacturers and exporters of Psyllium husk or Ispaghula husk and husk powder supplying worldwide as per buyers specification, quality and packing.

Botanical Name : Plantago ovata

Family Name : Plantaginaceae

Common Name : Ispaghula, Psyllium, Isabgul, Isabgol

Psyllium is a herbal medicinal plant cultivated in India mainly in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. The seed of the Psyllium plant are the primary part of the plant used in traditional herbal medicine. Psyllium husk is the coating around the seed of the Psyllium plant, which is used to relieve constipation, its completely natural

Psyllium husk is high in fiber and mucilage; it is an effective bulk-forming laxative. Its properties as a laxative are due to the swelling of the husk when it comes in contact with water. When consumed with sufficient amount of water, husk forms a gelatinous mass that keeps feces hydrated and soft. It also stimulates a reflex contraction of the walls of the bowel causing waste to be excreted from the body

The fiber component is known to reduce appetite, improve digestion and cleanse your system of harmful toxins. It is a good fiber supplement if your diet is lacking. “Once the fiber is inside the intestine, it acts as a sponge and absorbs bad cholesterol, fats and waste material. Afterwards, these toxins, which may be the cause of several diseases, are flushed out even before it enters the blood stream”

Its main benefit, however is in preventing constipation and promoting colon health. The natural fiber in Psyllium increases the weight of our bowels and acts as a safe laxative. In fact, Psyllium husk is present in many over the counter laxatives Psyllium and different names in different culture and languages

Because of its soluble fiber component, it has been widely used for the following health problems

1. Cholesterol Control – to reduce the risk of high cholestrol associated illness
2. Constipation – Ispaghula husk allows for increased absorption of water during digestion resulting to softened stools
3. Diarrhea – used as an agent for bulk forming, it can relieve mild and moderate cases of diarrhea by firming up stools and allow for its slower passage
4. High sugar levels in blood – Proven to lower blood sugar levels in patients diagnosed with diabetes
5. Inflammatory bowel disease – studies have revealed that it can actually regulate consistency and frequency of stool in individuals with this digestive problem. In addition, it reduces bloating and flatulence
6. Obesity and Weight Loss – improves lipid and sugar levels in the blood effectively reducing body weight
7. Some studies have shown possibilities of reduced risk for colon cancer
8. Preparation for colonoscopy procedure – cleanses the colon before a colonoscopy Medicinal benefits & uses of Psyllium husk.

1. Dried Ispaghula Husk has < 2% moisture compare to normal husk 10 % thus this will be benefit to our buyers for getting more material instead of only moisture

2. Product become more self stabilised for long term

3. The functional property ‘swell volume’ has been increase in dried product

4. This product can directly feed into our buyers packing line so they are saving huge amount of costing by reducing multiple handling, quality check and saving in manpower

1. Make sure you consume it with liquid. Do not eat it alone as it can cause digestive problems. You can mix Ispaghula Husk with practically anything fruit/veggie juice, stew, soups, ice cream shakes, water, milk, etc

2. Make sure you drink plenty of liquid before and after consuming Ispaghula Husk. It can cause dehydration since it makes the moisture content of our bowels higher. It would be good to keep an extra glass of water when consuming Ispaghula Husk for the first time, because it can be hard to swallow

3. Consume Ispaghula Husk in between meals, never immediately after or before one. It can dilute enzymes and therefore interfere with digestion. Ispaghula Husk has no side effects, and can be taken alone as a fiber shake. You’re consuming a completely natural plant-substance

Psyllium(Ispaghula) Products

Psyllium seeds contain a type of fiber called mucilage. When in the digestive tract, mucilage absorbs water and swells. This makes stools bulkier, and it triggers contraction of the colon walls, leading to bowel movements. Experts recommend one to two teaspoons of ground psyllium seeds mixed with eight ounces of water. It is usually taken one to three times per day. For constipation, psyllium is usually taken in the early evening to stimulate a bowel movement the following morning. The seed itself is made up of 40% Linoleic Acid (LA), an important fatty acid essential to health. Mucilage mainly composed of Arabinose, Xylose, Galacturonic acid, semi drying fatty oil and small amount of aucubin. Read More >>

Psyllium husk is white fibrous material derived from the outer coating of the psyllium seed. It is considered pure dietary fiber and is the only part of the plant used in manufacturing Psyllium products. The husk of Psyllium is the actual coating of mucilage around the seed. It is considered pure dietary fiber and is the only part of the plant used in manufacturing Psyllium products. Psyllium husks are a concentrated source of dietary fiber with many health benefits, composed mostly of hemicelluloses. They are not digested in the small intestine, but are partially broken down in the colon, where they act as a food source for friendly flora. Mostly, they act as a sponge in the intestinal tract, swelling as they absorb water, toxins and waste material. This forms a soft, bulky mass that passes through the colon more quickly and evacuates more smoothly and easily. Psyllium husk contains huge amount of soluble and insoluble natural fibers responsible for its laxative action. Read More >>

Psyllium Husk Powder is a water-soluble, natural fiber which can add valuable bulk to the diet. This helps promote regularity. Psyllium Husk Powder is an excellent source of dietary fibre and has the ability to absorb 40 times its own weight in moisture. The natural properties of Ispaghula will assist you in eating less and helping maintain regularity. Promotes a feeling of fullness, consequently less calories is consumed which results in natural weight loss. Read More >>

The dehusked seed that remains after the seed coat is milled off which is rich with starch and fatty acid and is used as cattle feed. Isabgol Lali contains 30-40% Crude Protein and Isabgol Gola contain about 18-20% CP on dry matter basis. Due to its richness in protein and carbohydrate not only increase the milk yield but improves the digesting system & keeps cattle’s healthy. This is one of the finest dairy cattle feed which provide best possible nutrition to the cattle. Read More >>

When psyllium seeds are processed to make psyllium husk, the extraneous material left is termed as psyllium Kha Kha powder. It is by-product of psyllium husk. Kha-Kha powder is mainly used to prevent landscaping, soil erosion, as thickening agent during capsule formulation in some pharmaceutical industry. It also use in construction work for preparation of pathway, courts, car park and cycle path. Read More >>

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