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Uses historically and Research
Psyllium Husk has been shown to increase faecal mass by up to 100% by retaining water in the stool and it has long been used for constipation and diarrhoea. Bile acid secretion is increased. It is mail used for its high dietary fibre content in the husk of the seeds
Veterinarians often recommend psyllium for dogs to treat digestion issues including constipation and very runny diarrhoea. In some cases, it can also help dogs suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.
Its dietary fibre works by absorbing water in the intestine and helping the animal poop on a more regular schedule.