Psyllium
Latin name
Plantago ovata
German
Flohsamen
French
Psyllium
Spanish
Plantango
Italian
Platano
Part of the Plant used
Seed husk
 
Country of Origin
India
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Why is Psyllium good for you?
Psyllium husks when mixed with liquids expand and create a bulk in the stomach. They stimulate digestion and the transit of waste products. They also act as a mild scrub in the gut to improve the absorption of nutrients.
 
Treatments where we use Psyllium
Detox Bad Breath Weight Loss
Wrinkles Acne Stress
     
A little bit of history...
Psyllium is used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine to treat digestion related conditions.
 
Did you know?
Psyllium husks are commonly used with Green clay to detox and improve the absorption of nutrients. In moderation the Psyllium-Green clay treatment can help you lose weight as you need less food to absorb the same amounts of nutrients.
 
Natural remedies where we use Psyllium
Green Clay and Psyllium husk to improve digestion, facilitate the absorption of nutrients and the elimination of waste products. It is recommended as part of a cleansing treatment.
 
 
Products
Psyllium husks
Psyllium husks are best used for internal cleansing and digestive problems. We recommend that you add it to the Green clay treatment.
 
 

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