Psyllium Husks, Uses, Dosage and Side Effects

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In this video, I’m going to cover what you need to know about psyllium husks.

What are psyllium husks?
Psyllium seed husks come from a plant called plantago ovata. Out of all of the fibers, psyllium has the most soluble fiber.

Psyllium husks uses:
Psyllium husks are mainly used as a natural laxative.

Psyllium husks benefits:

• It may be good for constipation
• It may be good for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
• It may be good for high blood pressure
• It may be good for heart disease
• It may be good for diabetes
• It may be good for cholesterol

How to use psyllium husks:

The amount you may want to consider taking would be about 7 grams per day. Mix this water and drink up. You want to make sure to drink more water to help decrease the potential side effects of psyllium husks.

Psyllium husks side effects:

• Gas
• Abdominal bloating
• Diarrhea
• Constipation
• Nausea
• Headaches
• Allergy
• Decreasing iron
• Decreasing B2
• Decreasing the absorption of fat

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