Flax Seeds Oil
Cold pressed Flax seeds oils retain all of their flavor, aroma, and nutritional value, making these oils great for alot of benefits from cooking to health and skin care requirements. They contain zero grams of trans fatty acids and are naturally cholesterol-free with no added chemicals or preservatives, the natural flavour and odour is retained, they are not refined, deodorized or processed in any way
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- a-Linolenic acid ALA
- Linoleic acid
- Oleic acid
- Phenyl propane derivatives
- A rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids which helps the body produce natural anticancer substances, it also helps rebuild the nerves system tissue.
- Studies confirmed that the use of flax seed oil increases linoleic acids levels (especially alpha-linoleic acid ALA) in blood, this component works as a natural anti-biotic for many rheumatism cases.
- ALA possess an anticancer action, it resists the growth of the tumor cells.
- Maintains the heart's health especially if mixed with vitamin E as it prevents lipid clotting inside blood vessels.
- Contains a high percentage of lignans, especially SDG which possess antioxidant, anticancer and anti-fungal effects.
- Internally: Half a teaspoonful daily or as prescribed by physician.
- Externally: Apply to the affected area twice a day.
- Excess dose may cause diarrhea.
- The oil reduces platelet aggregation, so it may increase the risk of bleeding with patients who suffer from bleeding diseases, or who take anticoagulant medication.
- Should not be taken in cases of sever intestinal inflammation, intestinal obstruction and esophageal Stricture.
- Should not be taken by pregnant and nursing women unless prescribed by physician.