All-Natural. Gluten Free. 4 Grams of Natural Fiber. Supports Intestinal Health. Whole psyllium husk primarily cultivated in India is a popular source of soluble fiber that has been used for many years in traditional medicine to help support regularity by providing bulk and water content to stool. Swelling to many times its size by soaking up water psyllium husks act like a sponge moving through the intestines and colon absorbing metabolic waste products binding with fats such as cholesterol and toxins and helping to provide the soft bulk needed to support normal daily elimination. Solaray Whole Psyllium Husks are all natural contain no added sweeteners or colors and are a great way to supplement daily fiber intake especially for those individuals who fall short when it comes to getting adequate fiber from their diets. When increasing fiber intake minor gas and bloating may occur. Consider starting with smaller doses and gradually increasing over several days/weeks.
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2 out of 3(67%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Solaray Total Cleanse™ Whole Psyllium Husks -- 350 g
Review 1 for Solaray Total Cleanse™ Whole Psyllium Husks -- 350 g
Just like any other
May 25, 2015
"This is the fourth brand of psyllium husk that I've had, and I bought it for the price. It's just as good as any other."
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Review 2 for Solaray Total Cleanse™ Whole Psyllium Husks -- 350 g
Daily supplement usage:3-5 supplements daily
Reason for usage:Promote overall health
Duration of use:Less than 30 days
No clumping in my experience
August 17, 2011
"Unlike the previous review I find this fiber mixes cleanly in room temperature water with little stirring. It is also very fine, unlike some psyllium. I'm very happy with it."
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Review 3 for Solaray Total Cleanse™ Whole Psyllium Husks -- 350 g
November 29, 2010
"this product clumps, and even when I put it in a shaker it clumps. If you don't mind clumps in your drink, then it wouldn't be so bad."