Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil (Linum usitatissimum L.) is cold-pressed at a temperature not exceeding 40°C from carefully selected brown flax seeds. Our linseed oil is not purified, filtered, or refined in any way, which makes it completely natural. We’re producing oil on the regular basic route, so our customers can be sure, that they receiving oil not older than 2 weeks.
Flaxseed Oil is often called 'liquid gold' that ancients have already used. For centuries, linseed oil has also been used in painting - artists used it to protect the work against harmful external conditions It is an excellent cosmetic and a tasty culinary additive. It contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 acids, which makes it very beneficial for the human body.
Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil has a fairly expressive, nutty flavour, linen smell, and golden colour. It's best to store the oil in the fridge (max. 10°C) then it will keep its unique composition and remain fresh and valuable for longer.
How To Use Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil Health Embassy
Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil can be consumed separately in a dose of 1 tbsp daily.
In the kitchen
Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil is primarily an irreplaceable product in every kitchen. It can be consumed directly in pure form from a teaspoon. Thanks to the neutral, slightly nutty aroma, it can be also a healthy addition to most dishes. It is important, however, that it should be eaten cold and raw.
It can be added to salads, fish, pastes, hummus, soups, groats or potatoes. You can use it to spread on bread, add to vegetable or fruit cocktails and its mild taste perfectly highlights the taste of salads. Mixed with lemon juice and water or juices, it's a great dip. Flaxseed oil can be a great base for e.g. garlic oil, as you can blend into it your favourite herbs and species.
Dishes with its addition should not be fried, boiled, and heated because linseed oil which has undergone heat treatment loses some of its properties (the oil has a low smoke point).
In dr Budwig diet
Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil is a great addition to cottage cheese, kefir, or yogurt. This is the combination proposed by dr Budwig. The paste made from Flaxseed Oil and cottage cheese can be used as a filling for pancakes, soup whitener, and cool sauces. You can also mix it with vegetables or fruit, making it a tasty cocktail. Dr Budwig's paste can be seasoned with salt, spices, herbs, garlic, pepper, chives, etc.
With the addition of essential oil, Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil is great for massage. Added to the cream or serum, it can be used for face and body care. It is irreplaceable in hair and scalp care. It strengthens dry and damaged hair - restoring their shine.
Apply a few drops of linseed oil to cleansed face, neck and cleavage, then gently massage or pat it.
Fresh Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil will be perfect for hair oiling, it can also be used for rubbing into hair ends and for scalp care. After applying it, the hair will get a beautiful shine and become more strength.
Please note, that this description contains only a few ways of possible usage Flaxseed Oil. We encourage you to seek more knowledge and recipes on the internet and literature.