Flax seed oil health benefits and remedies

Flax seed oil is a source of fiber for linen fiber for linen fabric since times ancient. It is extracted from the slender flax plant which is also used as a healing herb since times immemorial.

This plant was first cultivated in Europe and its brown seeds were used to prepare balms for skin that was inflamed and also used to prepare healing slurries for constipation.

Today flaxseeds are called linseeds and are famous for the therapeutic oil that is derived on crushing these seeds. Flax seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids.

Health Benefits of Flaxseed Oil

* EFAs are the healing components of the oil.

* EFAs are essential to the body for various functions and the body does not manufacture these acids on its own.

* EFAs work in the body to protect cell membranes by admitting healthy substances and barring unhealthy ones.

* Omega3 fatty acid contained in flaxseed oil is very essential and can help in prevention of heart disease.

* Flaxseeds are rich in lignan which is an important substance required for the proper functioning of hormones.

* Lignan is also helpful in combating certain kinds of cancer and also specific fungi, bacteria and viruses also those which cause cold sores and shingles.

* Flaxseeds when taken in ground form provide extra fiber boost and aid the passage of stools and help the smooth functioning of the digestive system.

Flaxseed Oil may help your body in various ways:

* It helps in lowering of Cholesterol and preventing heart diseases and in stabilizing blood pressure.

* It helps in control constipation and gallstones.

* It may help in treat acne and eczema

* It helps in promoting healthy nails and hair

* It may help in the treatment of nerve damage

* It may be of great help in menopausal problems and female infertility.

* It also helps in fighting against prostrate problems and male infertility.

Forms of Availability

* Soft gel

* Oil

* Capsules


You will find liquid flaxseed oil the easiest to use although you will have to keep it refrigerated. Capsules of flaxseed oil are convenient to carry even while traveling but then they are expensive than the liquid from.

The quantity of capsules that you would need to carry would be large approx. 14 to fill up for 1 tablespoon of oil. If you prefer to use ground flaxseeds then add 1-2 tablespoons to an ounce of water and take them. For the list of ailments listed above that flaxseed oil can cure take one table spoon of oil in the morning.

The supplement that you need to take with flaxseed oil is fish oil and the quantity should be 1gram per day. It is particularly helpful in activating the benefits of flaxseed oil too. However for sunburn and tingling you need to take one table spoon of flaxseed oil twice a day.

Especially for the ladies suffering from menopausal problems and menstrual disorders you need to take 1 tablespoon of flaxseed oil in the morning followed by 1 gram of evening primrose oil or borage oil three times a day.

For best results you should take flaxseed oil with foods as it is easily merged with their taste. Flaxseed oil is not known to interfere with any other drugs but it is best to consult your doctor if you are on any medication before you start taking it. A possible side effect of flaxseed oil could be flatulence but it will not last long.

You can find quality Flax Seed Oil at StarWest Botanicals!

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