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Psyllium

  Psyllium is a member of the plant family Plantaginaceae. Psyllium is a seed used for medicinal purposes taken from the common fleawort, Plantago psyllium. Psyllium stalks contain tiny seeds, also called Psyllium, covered by husks, which are the parts used in foods. There are several species of psyllium, but the seed husks from Plantago ovata, also known as blonde psyllium, have the best quality and highest fiber content. Psyllium is an excellent fiber because it acts like a sponge helping to clean the intestines. Psyllium is extensively cultivated in many parts of the world. Shrubby perennial plants with narrow green leaves put up spikes of small flowers that mature into seedpods. Psyllium seeds and Psyllium husks are harvested and used in healing. Psyllium is known as different name such as SAT ISABGOL in Sanskrit. Its botanical name is Plantago Ovata.
   
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Psyllium Products

Psyllium Product

  The Psyllium Product Ranges are as under
  • Psyllium Seeds:  Psyllium seed husks, also known as ispaghula or simply as psyllium, are portions of the seeds of the plant Plantago psyllium or Plantago ovata. Psyllium seed is an agri-farm product of dried ripe seeds of plantago ovata forks and it has been cleaned free for all dust, agro farm fibers, wastes, mud, stones and iron particles.
  • Psyllium Husk:  The most important Psyllium product is the 'Psyllium husk. The efficacy of Psyllium is due to the dense mucilage, the action of which is purely mechanical, as the husk swells into a jelly like mass in emulsifying with liquids. Psyllium husks are used to relieve constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticular disease, and diarrhea. Psyllium can also be added to food or drink to boost the fiber content of the diet, and some cereals.
  • Psyllium Husk Powder: Psyllium Husks Powder is the strongest natural dietary fiber for promoting regularity and supporting heart health. It is most effective for daily use, and can be used as long as desired.
  • Psyllium Industrial Powder: Psyllium Industrial Powder is by-product of psyllium husk. When psyllium seeds are processed to make psyllium husk, the extraneous material left is termed as Psyllium Powder i.e. Psyllium Industrial Dust.
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Infrastrucure for producing psyllium

Psyllium Processing Infrastructure

  To produce high quality Psyllium products of international standards for the world market it is require huge infrastructure from production to packaging process such as raw material storage, cleaning of Psyllium seeds, dehusking process, husk grading, purity separation, fumigation process, sterilization, packaging and dispatch.
   
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Psyllium Processing

Psyllium: Processing and Packaging

  For manufacturing quality psyllium products need step wise processes.  Psyllium seeds are first valued for their mucilaginous husk, a thin white membrane covering the seed, which is separated from the seed through a mechanical process. In this process no chemicals are used. There are long process require to clean seeds followed by the processes such as de-husking, fumigation, and sterilization before packing final psyllium product. In the packaging process of psyllium products, special care require for maintaining total hygienic control areas as well as quality packaging is essential for safe product dispatch.
   
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Various application of Psyllium Psyllium Application
 


Psyllium has wide range of medical and industrial applications. 

In medical, Psyllium is used to treat constipation as a bulk-forming laxative. It absorbs liquid in the intestines, swells, and forms a bulky stool, which is easy to pass. Psyllium has been used in Ayurvedic medicine in India and in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. It has also been used in Europe and North America from last few years. It is widely considered in medical as very safe and effective when used in recommended doses for constipation and diarrhea.

Psyllium industrial uses are to prevent landscaping, soil erosion, animal feed, as a thickening agent in some pharmaceutical and food industry.

   
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Advantages of Organic Psyllium Organic Psyllium
 


There are many advantages of Organic Psyllium but the major advantages of Organic psyllium is due to its extensive use for health benefits. Psyllium is one of nature's highest sources of soluble fiber, a type of dietary fiber that helps in lowering blood cholesterol. Psyllium also softens stool and relieves constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, hemorrhoids, and other intestinal problems. Psyllium fibre is an easy and effective way to take health benefits of psyllium.


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Export Market for Organic Psyllium

Psyllium Import/Export Market

  The U.S. currently imports and consumes approximately 8,000 metric tons of psyllium annually. In India, Gujarat state contributes 35 percent of production of Psyllium Husk in the world.  A continued expansion of this market seems likely due to the high level of interest in natural dietary fibers.
   
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FAQs on Psyllium, Psyllium Products, benefits of psyllium

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