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Isabgol is a product of


Strychnos nuxvomica


Plantago ovata


Both A and B


None of the above


Plantago ovata is a medicinal plant native to Western Asia and Southern Asia. It is a common source of psyllium seed husks, a material used as dietary fiber.
Psyllium seed husks, also known as ispaghula, isabgol, or psyllium, are portions of the seeds of the plant Plantago ovata, a native of India and Pakistan. They are hygroscopic, which allows them to expand and become mucilaginous.
Psyllium seed husk are indigestible and are a source of soluble dietary fiber. They are used to relieve constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and diarrhea. They are also used as a regular dietary supplement to improve and maintain regular GI transit. The inert bulk of the husks helps provide a constant volume of solid material irrespective of other aspects of the diet or any disease condition of the gut. 

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