Psyllium Seed Husk
The husk of Psyllium is the actual coating of mucilage around the seed. It is considered pure dietary fiber and is the only part of the plant used in manufacturing Psyllium products. Its nutritional value consists mainly of glycosides, proteins, polysaccharides, vitamin B1, and choline. The fiber content of over 80% compared to less than 15% for oat bran and 10% for wheat bran. The husk is composed mostly of a fiber called hemicellulose which is a complex carbohydrate found in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Hemicellulose is indigestible, however, it is partially broken down in the colon and feeds the friendly intestinal flora.
Psyllium Seed Husk Powder
Psyllium Husk consists of the epidermis and the collapsed adjacent layers removed from the dried ripe seeds of Plantago Ovata Frosk. Psyllium husk powder is derived from the seed coverings of the Plantago ovata plant. It contains a high amount of soluble fiber. Beneficial bacteria utilize soluble fiber to “fuel” the colon, helping improve the natural elimination process of the body. The health of the colon, like all body systems, is dependent on energy. Psyllium also slows the absorption of foods and holds water, supporting healthy, normally formed bowel movements.
Psyllium seeds are an Agri-farm product of the dried ripe seeds of Plantago ovata forks (farm. Plantaginaceae) and it has been cleaned free of all dust, Agri farm fibers, wastes, mud, stones, and iron particles. The seed itself is made up of 40% Linoleic Acid (LA), an important fatty acid essential to health.
Psyllium Industrial Powder is also known as Psyllium Industrial Kha-Kha Powder. Psyllium Kha-Kha Industrial Powder is a byproduct of psyllium husk. Psyllium Industrial Powder is mainly used to prevent landscaping, soil erosion, animal feed, etc. Psyllium Industrial Powder is used as animal feed, particularly in horse-feed Used in veterinary medicines Used to prevent soil erosion. Can be used for the construction of pathways, courts, car parks, cycle paths, schoolyards and all other paths surfacing used in garden design and Application. When psyllium seeds are processed to make psyllium husk, the extraneous material left is termed as Psyllium Kha-Kha Powder i.e. Psyllium Industrial Dust. It is a byproduct of psyllium husk.