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Quality of Psyllium husk depends on the crop: a healthy crop produces seeds that are robust in size (2.1 to 2.8 mm thick) and bright rose white in color; a poor crop yields brownish seeds (1.5 mm thick), which contain high percentage of impurities. High quality Psyllium husk has greater swelling properties and in liquid forms a smooth, jello-like bulk; the poor quality is coarse and brown in color and forms a clumpy mass with impurities. There are nearly 40 species of Psyllium, but the husk from Plantago ovate, also known as “blonde Psyllium”, is the best and has the highest fiber content.


Psyllium has become a synonymous term to describe all Psyllium products. Some contain both the husk and the seed. The seed mainly contains proteins and other nutrients.

The US FDA has ruled that the source of soluble fiber is the husk alone—not the seed—and has established a minimum purity specification of no less than 95%husk as a qualifying criterion for eligible source of soluble fiber from Psyllium

Psyllium husks with 95% purity are superior in bulk formation (swell volume) and quality (less impurities) than the cheaper, lower grades.

Sun, Fun, and Aloe Vera

Going to a beach on a sunny day, playing, swimming and relaxing for a while seems like a good idea. It is the much-needed break that we all desire after a hectic work week. Now we won’t ask you the age old question, “Have you ever thought about all the harm the UV-A and UV-B rays can cause to [...]

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When Digestive System Goes Haywire

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost 50 million Americans visit a doctor for issues related to their digestive system. Gastrointestinal issues are common, but that doesn’t mean they are normal and must be taken seriously. Sometime, a stomach issue also happens to be a symptom of something serious. Ailments pertaining to the digestive system can get [...]

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Joint Care Tips and Supplements

A joint is the point where two or more bones are connected. Your body bends, rotates and twists around certain points, such as shoulders, fingers, back, knees, hips, ankles and other such places because of these joints.Joints are cushioned through cartilage and synovium (smooth tissues) to make sure the bones do not rub together and synovial fluid to keep the [...]

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Boost Immunity Naturally

The human body is a complex machine that works in a very interesting way. Whatever we eat, drink, or do affects our immune system by a great deal. Immunity plays a vital role in helping us staying healthy and disease free by fighting germs, infections and effects of seasonal flu.Thus, it becomes really important for us to keep our immune [...]

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Women Health Supplements

Women’s health depends on a lot of factors. As a matter of fact, they need to take more care of their body and health as they age. The basal metabolic rate in women is generally lower than that of men. Ovulation, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, there are so many factors that affect a female body, and given the hormonal changes [...]

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How to Take Care of Your liver?

The liver plays an important role in our body’s digestive system. Everything that we eat or drink, be it our daily food, our supplements or our medicines, has to pass through the liver first to get absorbed by the body. Just like other vital organs of our body, the liver keeps working incessantly to keep us healthy and disease [...]

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Turmeric, Milk Thistle, and Other Ancient Cures

We all wish to stay healthy so that we can avoid going to a doctor and taking medicines with subtle to severe side effects. But to stay healthy, we need to take very good care of ourselves and take certain medications that keep our immunity high and also keep our bones, joints muscles and internal organs healthy and well [...]

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Natural Weight Management Tips

Remember when you started working out and loved to wrap a tape measure around your body to see how much you’ve progressed? And you used to measure your body every other day, what happened to those days? Where’s the tape measure that used to be your favorite critic, the one that always told you the truth?Weight management is not [...]

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