Other Name: Plantago ovata, Ispagul, Isabgul, Bartang, Isabagolu, Umto, Urthamujirum, Ghora jeeru, Ishakol, Ishapupukol, Ispagola vittulu, Ispagala, Isphagula, Eshopgol, Psyllium, Blond psyllium, Bazrequatuna, Bazrekatima, Isphaghol, Isparjah, Ispoghul, Aspsgol, Isparzah.
Psyllium Husk is also known as Isabgol is a dietary fiber that helps to increase stool and promote laxation. It is one of the most commonly used herbs for constipation.
Generic Product Name: Isabgol / Psyllium Husk Powder
Specialty: It does not contain any harmful chemicals or harsh preservatives like parabens or sulfates.
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Country of Origin: India
Packed by: Infinator Pvt Ltd
Note: Product color may vary from batch to batch. Photo/s provided here are for reference only.
- Isabgol Husk Powder: Direct translation of "isabgol" combined with "husk powder" to specify the source and form of the supplement.
- Plantago Ovata Husk Powder: Referring to the botanical name of the plant from which psyllium husk is derived.
- Sat Isabgol Powder: "Sat" means pure in Hindi, emphasizing the purity of the isabgol powder.
- Flea Seed Husk Powder: An alternative translation of "isabgol" based on the plant's common name "flea seed plant."
- Ispaghula Husk Powder: Using the botanical name for psyllium, Ispaghula.
- Indian Plantago Ovata Husk Powder: Describing the origin (Indian) and botanical name of the plant.
- Psyllium Fiber Powder: Emphasizing the fiber content and source of the supplement.
- Blonde Psyllium Husk Powder: Referring to the light-colored variety of psyllium husk, often called "blonde psyllium."
- Kanta Karika Powder: Another regional name for isabgol in some Indian languages.
- Ashwagol Powder: A combination of "ashwa" (horse) and "gol" (round) in Hindi, alluding to the seed's round shape.
- Pale Psyllium Husk Powder: Describing the color of the husk, which is typically pale or light in shade.