In folk medicine flaxseed is used in coughing as an expectorant and anti-coughing agent. Zdravnitza gathered the most popular recipes from folk medicine with flaxseed.
- 100% natural, cold pressed, unrefined oil
- Has a strong anti-inflammatory effect
- Normalizes blood pressure
- Reduces cholesterol
Flaxseed oil is undoubtedly a natural resource known to people of the most ancient age. Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, vitamins E, F and B (B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6) and minerals (potassium, iron, manganese, calcium, zinc, magnesium and selenium) are rich in omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.
- Has a strong anti-inflammatory effect;
- Normalizes blood pressure;
- Helps reduce bad cholesterol levels;
- Increases endurance and improves energy production.
- Helps for better absorption of calcium;
- Strengthens metabolism, aids the process of weight loss and detoxification of the body
- Improves skin, nail and hair health.
100% flax seed oil.
Nutritional value per 100 g:
Energy value - 3698 kJ / 884 kCal;
Fat - 100 g
of which saturated fatty acids - 10 g
monounsaturated fatty acids - 22 g
polyunsaturated fatty acids - 68 g
Phytosterols - 326 mg
Vitamin E - 58 mg
Carbohydrates - 0 g
Sugars - 0 g
Protein - 0 g
As a dietary supplement: take 1 tablespoon 1-3 times a day.
As a cosmetic product: nourishes, hydrates and rejuvenates the skin. It has strong regenerating and anti-inflammatory properties. It is beneficial for sunburn, psoriasis, acne, rosacea and eczema.
Flaxseed oil is very suitable for adding to salads. Because it boils at a low temperature, we do not recommend cooking with it. Add it to already prepared or raw meals. Its characteristic saturated taste combines well with foods with a weaker flavor.
Packing: 250 ml