Flax seed is one of the richest sources of fatty acids that dilute the blood and reduce the risk of thrombosis.
In traditional medicine, it is used as a cure against inflammation of nose tissue and membrane (chronic rhinosinusitis), stomach and intestines. In case of digestion problems, you should consume two spoons daily.

Use: flax seed should be ground in order to use up all the curative properties. It can be added to salads, corn flakes, muesli, cookies, bread or baked goods.


The content makes the flax similar to wild mallow. It is a real treasury of good health because it is rich in vitamin F. The flax seed oil produces best results when treating dry skin (it prevents early aging), constipation and reduces the inflammation of the respiratory, digestive and urinary system.

The flax seed is a great laxative and can be added to baked goods, cereals, salads, corn flakes or it can be used for preparing tea.

Flax seed in modern and traditional medicine
Flax seed tea

For preparation, you need 2 tablespoons of ground flax seed and one cup of water. Boil for 10 minutes. Drink the tea without filtering out the flax seed.
The tea is helpful when treating asthma, cough, arthritis, rheumatism, uterine bleeding or heavy menstrual bleeding and constipation. It has a calming effect on mothers giving birth by making the whole process less painful.

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Item No.1600001 - Flaxen seed 100g

Nutrition Information 100 g/г
Energy 2071kj
Fat 39.9g
of which saturates 3.7g
Monounsaturated 7.5g
Polyunsaturated 28.7g
Carbohydrates 1.6g
of which sugars 1.5g
Fiber 27.3g
Proteins 18.3g
Salt 0.075g
Calcium 255mg(31%)
Magnesium 392mg(104%)
Phosporous 642mg(90%)
Iron 5.7mg(40%)
Zink 4.3mg(43%)
Vitamin B6 1mg(71%)