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We are supplying premium grade Psyllium Husk & Powder upto 99.5 % to 70% pure & 20 mesh to 200 mesh powder. Below 4% moisture & below 0.3% light matter.
Manufacture & Exporters of Quality Psyllium Husk & Powder
Psyllium Seeds are processed to remove the outer coating of the seed to get the Husk. Psyllium Husk contains about 70% soluble fiber and 30% insoluble fiber. Psyllium husk has approximately 71 grams of fiber for a third of a cup compared to 5 grams of fiber from the same cup of Oat Bran.
  • Psyllium Husk
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  • Psyllium Powder
Psyllium husk powder is the pulverized form of husk. Its gradient depends on its sieve size.

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  • Psyllium KhaKha Powder
When psylllium seeds are processed to make psyllium husk, the extraneous material left is termed as Psyllium Kha-Kha Powder i.e. Psyllium Industrial Dust. It is byproduct of psyllium husk.
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  • Psyllium KhaKha Powder
Psyllium, sometimes known as Ispaghula or Plantago is a natural herb-plant grown natively in very few Indian states; Gujarat and Rajasthan. Psyllium gets its name from a Greek word Flea, which explains the shape, size and whitish color of the seed. The seeds of this plant are widely used for its mucilage, which is almost 30% of its content.
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