Plantago ovata


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Plantago ovata,

n See psyllium and plantain.
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Psyllium is the husk derived from Plantago ovata and contains a high proportion of a hemicellulose that is composed of a xylan backbone linked with arabinose, rhamnose, and galacturonic acid units (Gelissen et al.
The wide distribution and cultivation of its source plant, Plantago ovata for medicinal purposes in many countries, can prove to be an added advantage.
Yield and seed quality of Plantago ovata and Nigella sativa under different irrigation treatments.
50g of seed husk of Plantago ovata was advised to be taken in the morning with 50g each of dried fruits of Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia bellirica, and Terminalia chebula on an empty stomach and again in the evening.
Photographic documentation of habitat postfire indicated that most of the annual vegetation in the upland habitat was Plantago ovata, a native forb providing sufficient biomass and continuity of fuel to carry fire, even several months after the fire.
Psyllium is a well-known powdered fiber supplement derived from the seed husk of Plantago ovata.
Plantago Ovata, an oral suspension for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and constipation, will be launched the first week of March 2001.
in the treatment of asthema,diabet and high blood pressure Alhagi camelurum to treat Kidney stones Cuminumcyminum antispasmodic and carminative Plantago ovata as sound eclips and used as soup provides dominance of herbaceous plant in the area due to heavy grazing and drought and climatic factors and Topography it should be noted that the highest use of medicinal plants in the area such as Sirjan area related to disease Gastrointestinal [17].
The diets of group II and III were provided with 5% Nigella sativa and 5% Plantago ovata husk as supplements respectively.