What are the features of organic psyllium husk?
Organic psyllium husk is made from whole seeds that have been dehulled (the outer layers removed).
It means you can feel good about eating it—it won’t have pesticides!
It’s also gluten-free, making it an ideal product for anyone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.
The seeds are ground into husks and mixed with water before being added to food products for improved digestion and nutrition absorption.
What are the benefits of organic psyllium husk?
The following are the benefits of organic psyllium husk:
Organic psyllium husk is a soluble fiber that helps clean your digestive tract. It’s also a bulk-forming laxative, which expands in water and softens stool so it can pass through your system more efficiently. It makes it helpful for people who have constipation issues or need to lose weight.
It also provides antioxidant protection against cell damage associated with oxidative stress caused by high-fat diets or exercise.
It helps steady blood sugar levels by aiding digestion and regulating appetite hormones.
It may also help prevent diabetes by helping to control blood sugar levels and protect against hyperglycemia (high blood sugar).
What is the minimum order quantity of organic psyllium husk?
The minimum order quantity is 1 ton.
How do you pack organic psyllium husk?
We package organic psyllium husk to allow them to be transported safely and securely. Our packing allows buyers to reseal/repack them in smaller packets.
How to store organic psyllium husk?
Organic psyllium husk can be stored at room temperature or refrigerated, but it should not be frozen.
If storage is longer than three months, it must be stored in an airtight container with no oxygen exposure.
Who should not take organic psyllium husk?
If you take any of the following, you should NOT take organic psyllium husk:
- People who are allergic to any of the ingredients in organic psyllium husk;
- People who have severe constipation or chronic diarrhea (this includes people with inflammatory bowel disease);
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding;
- People who are on medications that could interact with psyllium husk (such as blood thinners)
You must talk to your doctor before taking organic psyllium husk!