Flaxseed has been gaining popularity lately due to its wide variety of uses and high amount of fiber, magnesium, minerals, and Omega-3’s. This seed can be eaten, added to smoothies, used as a flour, and much more. Also known as linseed, you may recognize this name from construction and wood finishing where the oil is used. Flax is truly a versatile plant. As one of the more mucilaginous herbs, flax can be easy to add to unique preparations. It is used topically and internally by herbalists. Herbalists use the seeds whole or crushed in herbal preparations.
Traditional Herbal Uses of Flaxseed:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Digestive disorders
- Source of fiber
- Hormonal balance
- Immune support
Note- Flax should be taken with plenty of water as it absorbs water from the body. It is contraindicated with some medications. Please work with an herbalist or another qualified practitioner to figure out what herbs are best for you and how to dose them.
TriLight Health and Flaxseed
We use Flaxseed in Blue Green Minerals
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