Psyllium husk powder is rich in water-soluble fibers, it will swell to form dozens of times of gel mass when exposed to water, which can increase satiety, reduce calorie intake, maintain the moisture and softness of feces, and promote normal intestinal excretion. air.
Psyllium seed is originally produced in Iran and India. It is a traditional herbal medicine. Each unit of Psyllium Husk contains 86% of dietary fiber, which is the substance with the highest dietary fiber found so far.
Product Name:Psyllium Husk
Place of Origin:Gujarat, India
Latin Name:Plantago Ovata, Plantago Ispaghula
Grade: 99%, 98%, 97%, 95%, 90%, 85%, 80%, 70%
Color: White Color
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced in 1998 that psyllium soluble fiber can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
In Europe and America, psyllium is often added to high-fiber breakfast as a fiber supplement. An experiment published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition by researchers at the University of Kentucky found that psyllium Children can also lower cholesterol, which has clinical significance for reducing the risk of heart disease. For many obese people, heart disease is the main health risk. This is caused by high LDL cholesterol. Eating more high-fiber foods can reduce LDL bad cholesterol. Therefore, if you can eat more high-fiber foods, it will be harmful to heart disease. Prevention is very valuable.
1.Oral intake dietary fiber as supplementary source and used as a swelling laxative, it may be effective in adjuvant treatment of diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome, lowering serum total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, and lowering the ratio of LDL to HDL. There are no sufficient and convincing data on other curative effects.
2.psyllium husk are used for chronic constipation, and have a softening effect on hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anorectal surgery patients and pregnant women. It is also used for diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, lowering elevated cholesterol, and treating dysentery and cancer.
Psyllium seeds contain pigments that are toxic to the kidneys. But there are no harmful substances in the seed husks of Psyllium. The psyllium husk powder on the market are processed and ground products using the seed shells of psyllium seeds (there are also unprocessed and raw products). At present, the conventional purity of psyllium husk powder (psyllium husk powder) is 99%, 98%, 85%, 75%. Among them, the 75% psyllium husk is used as feed and cannot be used for human consumption.
It is safe to ingest an appropriate amount of liquid when taking the product orally, and vice versa, because it can cause obstruction of the esophagus. It is unsafe to chew, crush or crush non-commercial psyllium seed preparations because it releases a pigment that deposits in the renal tubules and causes kidney poisoning. It may be safe for pregnant women and breastfeeding to take it with an appropriate amount of liquid.
Children (under 18): Children should get fiber from their diet. Without the guidance of a doctor,
Blind intake is prohibited.
It is recommended that children aged 6-12 take half the adult dose of psyllium husk. For children between 12-18 years old, it is recommended to take 3.4 to 16 grams per day. Long-term safety of larger doses and its function have not been further confirmed.
It is recommended to take no more than 20-35 grams of psyllium per day.
1. It can be used before and after meals, and the effect is better if it is taken half an hour before meals!
2. When taking psyllium, it is necessary to take a lot of water or other liquids at the same time, which is very important to reduce the risk of intestinal obstruction. Taking psyllium may cause short-term bloating and abdominal distension.
3. Psyllium husk powder may reduce or delay the absorption of certain drugs. Therefore, please take the corresponding medicine 1 hour before or 4 hours after taking psyllium.