Originally from India. Isapghol is a plant which is also known as ‘Blond psyllium’. The seed husks of the plant are inedible, however, the plant itself is a common source of the dietary fibre psyllium.
Psyllium has been used in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Psyllium is said to have a has a strong, sweet taste.
Botanical Name: Plantago ovata
Also known as: blond plantain - desert Indian wheat - blond psyllium - ispagol - إيزابغول