Sally-T Psyllium Husks (350mg) [120/500 Caps]
Digestive Health, Constipation
Odourless and nearly tasteless, psyllium comes from the small, reddish brown to black seeds of the Plantago psyllium plant (plantain). These tiny seeds are so rich in fibre that they’ve been prescribed for constipation and a wide range of other digestive ailments for more than 500 years. These seeds, so tiny they are sometimes called ‘flea’ seeds, are generally dried,
ground and sold in powder form. Psyllium is sometimes added to breakfast cereals.
Suggested uses that it may assist with:
- Constipation, diarrhoea
- Diverticular disease
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Prevention of gallstones
- Lowering cholesterol
- Normalizing colon ecology
- Bulk stool formation
Direction for use:
Depending on the severity of the constipation, from 1 to 16 capsules per day may be needed. To be drunk with large amounts of water.
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