Article No.: 3296
Mindesthaltbarkeitsdatum: 05/30/2020
volume/weight: 0.50kg
Linseed tastes slightly nutty and contains about 40% linseed oil.
Linseed oil contains about 72 percent polyunsaturated fatty acids and also some of the monounsaturated fatty acids.
Therefore, linseed oil is very valuable to the human body!
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Brown, untreated, medium-grained linseed, flaxseed in a 500g packaging.


Linseed tastes slightly nutty.

They contain about 40% linseed oil.


The polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acid, named alpha-linolenic acid has a share of about 50% in the linseeds, which is one of the highest concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids in all known vegetable oils.


Line seeds are the seeds of the flax plant.

Already around 5000 BC Line was cultivated.

The flax fibers were processed into fabrics.

Until the 18th century, linen was considered the most important textile raw material.


Later it was replaced by cotton and synthetic fibers.

Linseed, as well as the resulting linseed oil, served as a cure for many ailments in ancient Greece.

The small flaxseed is quite large and an excellent supplement to our daily diet.

Linseed tastes slightly nutty and contains about 40% fat, which is linseed oil.


The polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acid, named alpha-linolenic acid has a share of about 50% in the linseeds, which is one of the highest concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids in all known vegetable oils.


Other important ingredients are mucilage, linamarin, protein, lecithin, sterols, vitamins B1, B2, B6 and E as well as nicotine, folic acid and pantothenic acid.


Flaxseed brings the motion to your digestion and has a laxative effect. In the large intestine, the small seeds swell to two to three times of their regular volume.

The volume of the stool increases thanks to that trick and that increases the intestinal movement and thus facilitates the bowel movement.


The reason for the high swelling capacity is the abundant fibers in the seed coat.

The special feature of flaxseed is its mucilage, which also belongs to the group of dietary fibers.


As the name suggests, mucilaginous substances have the peculiarity of developing a mucilaginous consistency when swelling. The mucus also makes the intestinal contents soft and lubricious.

It also lays like a protective film over the stomach and intestinal mucosa.


Always use flaxseed with plenty of liquid to allow the seeds to swell up well in the intestines to prevent constipation.


If you got swallowing issues, a narrowed esophagus, a narrow stomach entrance, intestinal obstruction or acute gastrointestinal inflammation, please use flaxseed only after the consultation with your doctor.


Diabetics who are insulin-dependent may need to adjust their insulin dose.


Storage: dry and protected from light.




Please note


The use is not intended for the elimination of ailments or pathological complaints. The information given here comes from natural medicine, based on the tradition of folk medicine or many years of experience.


Under no circumstances should this information replace a consultation with a doctor.


If you have any questions, please contact your doctor or alternative practitioner.

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