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Guar Gum

galactomannan polysaccharide

Guar Gum

Other Name(s):

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba; E 412

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba is a legume native to the drier regions of India. It is cultivated for use as a staple vegetable, animal feed and even as a shade plant to protect ginger and turmeric plants. It’s a highly drought tolerant plant typically grown as part of a crop rotation with sorghum, maize, wheat or other veggies

Is Guar Gum Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Guar Gum is a natural ingredient with a long history of safe use. It can be farmed sustainably using organic agricultural practises.

Benefits: Why is Guar Gum Used?

Binding

Guar Gum binds ingredients together for uniform consistenc

Thickening

Guar Gum thickens cosmetic and personal care products

Neutral

Guar Gum is non-sensitizing.

Gut Support

Guar Gum may aid in the supporting IBS and constipation.

Guar Gum is found in a huge variety of different body and beauty products ranging from body washes, shampoos, conditioners, toothpastes, cleansers and more

Guar Gum is made in a multi-step process. First, the pods are harvested and sundried. The guar beans are then split and dehusked before being rehydrated and mille

During the pod development phase of the guar plant, it can be buried and composted within the field to fertilize the soil for another crop. This is referred to as “green manure

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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