ispaghula husk (iss-pag-yoo-lă husk) n. a bulking agent (see laxative) used to treat constipation, diverticular disease, and irritable bowel syndrome. It is administered by mouth. Trade names: Fibrelief, Fybogel, Isogel, Ispagel Orange, Regulan.
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