Psyllium Husks Plantago isphagula Instructions for use:
-stimulates intestinal peristalsis
- acts as a laxative for constipation
-positively affects cholesterol
-improves blood sugar control
Flakes of white plantain seeds (Plantago isphagula) are a source of plant fiber (80% fiber). Plant fibers have the ability to regulate the functions of the stomach and stimulate intestinal peristalsis. The intake of plantain seed husks has a particularly good effect on the "irritated" colon syndrome.
The intake of plantain seed husks (Psyllium Husks) has a laxative effect in constipation. They have the ability to swell, adsorb water, stimulate peristalsis and subsequently defecation.
Flakes of white plantain seeds can positively affect cholesterol by helping to eliminate it from the body. Plant fiber can improve blood sugar control in type II diabetes.
Psyllium Husks Plantago isphagula Dosage:
The product is taken before meals with a glass of water (200ml), juice or other liquid, stir and drink immediately.
Adults 2 teaspoons 1-2 times a day;
Children over 6 years - 1 teaspoon 1-2 times a day;
For children under 6 years - only after a doctor's recommendation.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose
It is not a substitute for a varied diet.