Organic Psyllium

As the name suggests, psyllium organic is grown organically. However, right from the sowing of seeds to the cultivation of psyllium, there are no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers involved.

What are the features of organic psyllium?

Organic psyllium had significantly higher levels of all main nutrients analyzed compared with conventional produce, including: 

  • Vitamin C—28% more 
  • Magnesium—28.6% more 
  • Iron—20.77% more 
  • Phosphorous—14% more 

Organic psyllium (in any form) contains higher phenolic compounds than conventionally grown psyllium. They also have 10% to 50% more antioxidants than conventional psyllium.

How do we produce psyllium organic?

Our psyllium is USDA-certified organic. It means that from the time the seeds are planted until the moment you purchase the final product, you have the assurance that our psyllium is grown without pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers, contains no additives or sweeteners and is of the highest quality available.

Contrary to conventional methods of cleaning psyllium, we use cleaning techniques like a dry steam process and crop rotation practices to clean our organic psyllium.

What are the benefits of psyllium organic?

Following are the benefits of psyllium organic:

  • Reduce Blood Cholesterol

Organic Psyllium reduces blood cholesterol levels and cardiovascular risks and benefits the digestive system.

  • Treats Heartburn

Psyllium reduces heartburn pain by reducing abdominal distention.

  • Healthy Digestion

It also helps to keep the digestive tract healthy and functioning properly.

  • Weight Loss

Psyllium helps to feel full longer after eating, which helps in weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight.

What is the minimum order quantity of psyllium husk powder?

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How do you pack psyllium husk powder?

We package psyllium husk powder in a way that allows them to be transported safely and securely. Our packing allows buyers to reseal/repack them in smaller packets.