An incredible little seed.
What is psyllium?
Psyllium (plantago ovata) is a plant mainly cultivated in India.
It is rich in :
- Unsaturated fatty acids.
How to use it?
It is the seed and its husk that are eaten.
The husk contains most of the nutritional components, making it an exceptional food supplement.
It is ideal to add a small amount to the food on a regular basis. It complements cereals particularly well.
Combined with adzuki beans, it almost replaces meat for vegetarians.
Its properties combine well with those of katuki.
Psylliums are appreciated by muscles, mouth and bones.
It is known to help regulate intestinal transit, thanks to its fiber that soften the stool.
It has been traditionally used for its action:
For which diseases?
Plantago ovata has shown promising results in cases of :
- Intestinal obstruction.
- Syndrome de l’intestin irritable.
- Colon polyps.
- Alzheimer’s disease.
- Kidney failure.
- Memory loss.
Blond psyllium is excellent for health, but it does not heal diseases by itself.
The body’s self-healing begins when the root causes have been explored: most often, emotional wounds.
I discover how to deal with emotions to get better.
What are the benefits of psyllium?
Psyllium seed husks concentrates many essential nutrients, allowing to strengthen the whole body.
It’s useful to add it regularly to my diet, to support digestive functions.