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Psyllium Seeds

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Psyllium is the seed obtained from the plantago plant, which grows mainly in parts of India and has become known for both its laxative and laxative properties. Its consumption is often recommended for the relief of constipation and hemorrhoids, as well as in cases of diarrhea.

Upon contact with water, the flea bark has the property of turning into a gel, absorbing amounts of water that reach up to 6 times its weight. Thus, its consumption can absorb excess intestinal fluids and consequently stop diarrhea.

The flea, however, apart from being antidiarrheal, is also laxative as, as a highly hydrophilic, it gives volume to the stool, a fact that promotes the natural peristaltic capacity of the colon without even causing irritation to its walls as it also acts as a stool softener. This also provides relief from the pain and bleeding caused by hemorrhoids.

The ability of the flea to increase its volume through the absorption of a large amount of water also increases the feeling of fullness, which can make it especially useful in the treatment of overeating or in general in our effort to lose weight.

In addition, laboratory studies have shown that psyllium as an unabsorbed carbohydrate can lower blood sugar levels while being particularly high in fiber at a rate close to 90% of its mass can help lower LDL cholesterol.

Finally, fleas are used worldwide as a natural way to treat the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (also known as spastic enterocolitis or IBS) and diverticulitis.

Way of use: Adults and children over the age of 12 can consume a full tablespoon (6 grams) of flea seeds up to twice a day depending on the size of the problem. However, as a maximum weekly intake, it is recommended to take fleas up to three times a week, ie 6 tablespoons per week.

People with chronic constipation and people who have had stomach surgery, bowel resection or people with other gastrointestinal conditions should not take fleas without their doctor's consent.

*We do not provide medical advice. The information we provide is for informational purposes only and in no way replaces the opinion, medication and visit to a doctor or other health specialist. The substances they contain may interact with a drug that the patient is already taking and may neutralize their therapeutic effect or cause toxicity.