What is the feature of the psyllium husk?
Psyllium husk provides 18 calories and 3.5 grams of fiber in a 1-tablespoon serving.
Psyllium husk has a grainier texture when it is mixed with fluids.
Psyllium husk has natural antidiarrheal properties that may help relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and irregular bowel movements.
Psyllium husk is a dietary supplement that can be taken alone or mixed with juices and smoothies.
Note: The limits specified in the tables above are as per USP29. Akash Agro also provides materials as per BP and EP.
What is the benefit of psyllium husk?
Following are the benefits of psyllium husk:
- Treats bloating and constipation
Psyllium husk treats constipation and bloating, giving your stomach a light feeling.
Psyllium husk helps in preventing and treating gallstones and heart disease.
- Enhances Dietary Fiber Content
Psyllium husk increases dietary fiber content naturally in foods and juices.
Psyllium husk also increases the feeling of fullness and slows down digestion.
What is the use of psyllium husk?
Psyllium husk is often used as a bulk-forming laxative because it sells and creates a jellylike mass that absorbs water in the intestines and expands as it passes through.
It makes psyllium husk a good choice for people who have difficulty digesting food or suffer from chronic diarrhea. The dietary supplement also treats heartburn and other gastrointestinal issues.
What is the minimum order quantity of psyllium husk?
The minimum order quantity is 1 ton.
How do you pack psyllium husk?
We package psyllium husks to allow them to be transported safely and securely. Our packing allows buyers to reseal/repack them in smaller packets.
How to store psyllium husk?
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 psyllium husk?
Psyllium husk is not for everyone. Psyllium husk should not be consumed by babies, toddlers, or children or by anyone suffering from kidney disease, swallowing problems, esophageal narrowing, or any other gastrointestinal issue. Furthermore, if you have severe allergies or are taking medications that could interact with psyllium husk (such as blood thinners), talk to the doctor before trying it.