Psyllium husk is a type of soluble fiber derived from the seeds of the Plantago ovate plant. It is commonly used as a laxative and to improve digestive health.
Guar gum is an innovative agrochemical derived from cluster bean endosperm. Guar gum powder is widely used as an additive in the culinary, medicinal, paper, textile, explosive, oil well drilling, and cosmetics industries.
Moringa powder is made from the dried leaves of the Moringa tree. It is considered a superfood due to its high nutritional value and is often used as a supplement to support overall health and wellness.
Side effects can vary depending on the product and individual. Psyllium husk and guar gum can cause gastrointestinal issues such as bloating and gas, while moringa powder can cause stomach upset in some individuals. It is important to read and follow the instructions on the product label and consult with a healthcare professional if you experience any adverse effects.