Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Kadam Exports Provide Material Safety Data For Organic Psyllium Husk

Organic psyllium

Psyllium is derived from the outer coating of the psyllium seed and is a natural agent to supplement fiber deficient food. The need for organic cultivation is in general benefits to society in greater extent by reducing environmental pollution, food safety, soil structure and fertility, animal welfare, maintenance of rural communities. Organic agriculture requires the elimination of commercial fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides and other dangerous chemicals. Organic crops had significantly higher levels of all main nutrients analyzed compared with conventional produce.

Organic Psyllium farming is a production system that avoids or largely excludes the use of synthetically produced agricultural inputs like fertilizers, pesticides, growth regulators, live stock feed additives etc. Most of the Psyllium in the U.S. is imported from India, where the growing conditions are ideal. The psyllium is grown from organic seeds that are milled with certified organic equipment to separate the whole husks. The finished product contains 95 to 99 percent pure husk, which is nearly 85 percent in non organic psyllium husk.

Material Safety Data For Organic Psyllium Husk

No comments:

Post a Comment