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Psyllium
Part of Herb Used: Seed.

Benefits: Treats constipation, natural laxative.

Cautions: None known.

Signs of toxicity: None known.

* Psyllium is a very safe and effective laxative. Be sure to take with plenty of water.

* Taking psyllium supplements several times a day may help to lower cholesterol.

* A high-fiber diet may help to reduce the chances of having diverticulosis, which is characterized by tiny sacs (diverticula) along the outer wall of the colon. When these tiny sacs become inflamed and cause severe pain, a doctor's attention is needed immediately.

* Aids in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Psyllium seed is safe even if taken for extended lengths of time and is non-addictive.

* Fiber slows the intestinal absorption of sugar and helps to level out blood sugar levels. Diabetics who took 2 rounded tablespoons of psyllium fiber before meals showed a drop in their postmeal blood sugar levels by as much as 20 percent.

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