Psyllium Husks Whole

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Psyllium husk refers to the seed coat of psyllium seed, which is harvested from one of several herbs in the Plantago genus.

The milled husks, which contain more dietary fiber than the seed, is used to make teas. Whole psyllium husks can also be added to foods, although be aware that they will absorb a good deal of cooking liquids due to a high fiber and mucilage content.

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Scientific Name: Plantago ovata
Origin: India

Approx. Cups/Lb: 8 cups



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