Flax seeds have been consumed as food for around 6,000 years and may have very well been the worlds first cultivated superfood!
Flax seed benefits could help you improve digestion, give you clear skin, lower cholesterol, reduce sugar cravings, balance hormones, fight cancer and promote weight loss… and that’s just the beginning!
At night, do the following: In 3 tablespoons of flaxseed put 1 liter of boiling water. Let it stand overnight. Strain it in the morning. You will get a little mucous and thick fluid.
The tea should be consumed throughout the day, 3– 4 times in 150 ml half an hour before a meal. The tea should be prepared every night for the next day.
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- If you’re looking to increase your omega-3 intake, flaxseed oil and fish oil are two tremendous options. But which one is better for you? If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, then the choice is clear — flaxseed automatically wins — but if you don’t need to avoid animal products, it can be harder to say if flaxseed oil benefits outweigh fish oil benefits or vice versa.
- Use your flax seed gel for your hair on the windy days to seal in moisture so your style doesn’t get wind-blown and dry by the time you get to your destination. This is also an excellent way to use a styling agent that also promotes hair growth.
- Flax seed is known for being very high in the anti-inflammatory index. This means that skin irritation, tissue inflammation and redness may be minimized. In addition, skin rashes may be reduced. Chronic conditions such as rosacea, acne, dermatitis and psoriasis may be lessened. Omega-3 fatty acids are known for increasing the speed at which skin wounds heal.
- For systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), flaxseed is thought to improve kidney function by decreasing the thickness of blood, reducing cholesterol levels, and reducing swelling. The flax seed likewise makes a great face mask and helps tighten your face.
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