Plantago Ovata (Plantago Ovata L) is a plant native to Asia. It grows primarily in Spain, the Canary Islands and southwest Asia, and is grown on a larger scale in India, the USA and Brazil. It is a common source of psyllium, a type of dietary fibre.
Plantago Ovata Husk is obtained from the Plantago Ovata’s seeds. It is sometimes called by the names ispaghula, desert indianwheat, blond psyllium and it’s most commonly known as a laxative.
How To Use Plantago Ovata Husk Health Embassy
You can blend Plantago Ovata Husk into your smoothie, add to oatmeal, use it as a soup thickener. You can take daily 8g to 40g in three equal doses with plenty of fluids (at least 200ml per dose).
1/2 tbsp of Plantago Ovata Husk pour 1 cup (200ml) of boiling water. Let stand it covered for 20 minutes until it is swollen. After this time, stir it well and drink it or use it for external compresses.
½ tbsp of Plantago Ovata Husk pour a glass (200ml) of cold water and boil. Keep it simmering for a few minutes, then allow it to cool. After cooling stir the mixture well and drink.
To obtain a gruel, use twice as much raw material to prepare the mixture.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.