Psyllium husk has been used in the ancient traditional medicine of Ayurveda to promote the body’s overall health and well-being. The ancient knowledge has now been proven by modern science, and today Psyllium is known as one of the most effective fibres’ for maintaining regular digestive health. Psyllium husk comes from the plant ago ovate and is grown in the rolling fields of the Gujarat and Rajasthan regions of India.

Psyllium meaning in Greek word”Psylla”, which means flea, because seeds on the plant resemble clustered fleas. Each plant produces about 15,000 tiny seeds. It is most commonly known as a laxative. The Psyllium plant from which the seeds are extracted tolerate dry and cool climates and are mainly cultivated in northern India.