Flaxseeds (Linum usitatissimum L.) is an annual plant from the family of flax originating in the Middle East. It is grown for its seeds, which can be ground into a meal or turned into linseed oil, a product used as a nutritional supplement and as an ingredient in many wood finishing products.
Flaxseeds have been used as a nutritional supplement. They are added to bread, rolls, pastries, and many types of snacks (e.g. salty sticks). It perfectly fits muesli mixtures and enriches the taste of cottage cheese and salads. Flaxseeds roasted in a pan can be used to sprinkle potatoes. Linseed oil is also used in the kitchen, and the most valuable is cold-pressed oil, unfiltered.
How To Use Flaxseeds Brown Health Embassy
You can incorporate Flaxseeds into your baking, mix into oatmeal or smoothie, yoghurt; whisk into a salad dressing.
1 tbsp of crushed Flaxseeds Brown pour with 200ml of hot water. Mix thoroughly and leave to stretch for about 1 hour. After this time stir it and drink. It is recommended to drink it 2 times a day before meals, in the morning and evening.
1 tbsp of crushed Flaxseeds Brown pour with 200ml of lukewarm, boiled water and leave it covered for 12 hours, then stir and drink. Take twice a day before eating (preferably on an empty stomach). You can drink it with the addition of raspberry juice or mint.
2 tbsp of Flaxseeds Brown crush in a mortar and pour with 250ml of boiling water. Set it aside to cool. It will turn into jelly, which should be applied to the face for 20 minutes, avoiding the eye area, then thoroughly washed off with lukewarm water.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.