Linseed oil is one of the most wholesome vegetable oils, which is manufactured from slightly dried lin seeds (up to 36-38 ° C). Linseed oil from Waily is made on a vertical press in an oak tub without thermal or chemical treatment. This technology for producing oil requires more seeds, but the resulting product retains all nutrients and biologically active substances, as well as pure natural taste.
Vitamins: F, A, E, B-complex, K.
Micro-, macroelements: Mg, P, etc.
Fatty acids: Omega-3 (record holder in content - 60%), Omega-6, Omega-9.
The oil also contains a complex of amino acids.
Flaxseed oil - benefits and uses
The oil is very well absorbed by the body when used with cereals, as well as vegetable proteins (beans, peas, soybeans).
The oil is recommended for people with impaired fat metabolism, as it is easily absorbed by the body.
Regular use of the oil rejuvenates the skin, making it soft and velvety.
A few drops are a good addition to a mask or cream for décolleté or face skin.
The oil has a positive effect on the hair giving it shine and volume.
It works well as a remedy for burns and calluses.
Regular intake helps to lower blood pressure, reduce blood cholesterol, and improve the condition in diseases of the endocrine system.
Reduces the risk of blood clots, strokes and cancer.
The oil is a natural anthelmintic agent.
Externally used as an ointment, it helps to reduce pain in rheumatism.
Linseed oil - how to utilize
For prophylactic purposes, the oil should be taken on an empty stomach for 1 tsp. half an hour before breakfast.
For a fat-burning effect, the oil is taken twice: 1 tsp. before breakfast and after dinner.
To cleanse the body, 1.5-2 tbsp are taken on an empty stomach, and after half an hour it is recommended to drink a 250 ml glass of water. During the day, you should refrain from food and drink water frequently to improve the cleansing.