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Linseed oil for constipation

Linseed oil cure for constipation

If you start to drink oil, pressed from the seeds of flax, not only help our problems with defecation, but also will strengthen your body and reduce your risk of many many serious diseases!

Note! Flaxseed oil should be stored in appropriate conditions, otherwise it loses its valuable attributes.
The beneficial properties is flax touted in the fifth century BC, Hippocrates, who recommended him for abdominal pain, diarrhea, and inflammation of the mucous membranes.

Nowadays, thanks to the much-developed food industry can also purchase another product based on linseed - oil from its seeds.

Linseed oil is a yellowish color, intense, pungent aroma and nutty sesame flavor, and fishy aftertaste. This last factor and relatively high price of oil makes it lost recently lost some of its popularity as a source of omega-3 food additive (eg salads) made ​​at home.

Linseed oil moisturizes and seals the gut

Production of flaxseed formerly recommended as a cure for many ailments, such as constipation. It reduces the concentration of stool, forming a loose mass. Moisturize fecal mass, preventing them from dehydration. This ensures adequate faeces.
Linseed oil light cover intestinal mucus layer. This has a twofold consequences. And so:
  • firstly, it facilitates the slip stool colon wall and thereby prevents the stagnation of the contents in the colon;
  • secondly amplifies, regenerates and protects the mucosa of the entire gastrointestinal tract.
The mucous membrane is sealed and do not allow microbes to penetrate the blood stream - it does not allow poisoning toxins and infections that cause harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses.

Multidirectional linseed oil

Linseed oil also:
  • aids digestion ,
  • has a spasmolytic and bile, so that reduces the risk of gallstones,
  • speeds up the metabolism,
  • reduces inflammation of the intestines.
The content of lignans, sterols and saturated essential fatty acids ( alpha-linolenic, linoleic and oleic acid ), and these latter preferred ratios of oils causes the linseed oil has a positive effect on several systems: cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, immune .

Experts recommend him as an agent for the treatment or prevention include:
  •     atherosclerosis,
  •     Alzheimer's,
  •     diabetes,
  •     depression,
  •     multiple sclerosis,
  •     coronary artery diseas ,
  •     hypertension,
  •     myocardial infarction,
  •     cardiac arrhythmia,
  •     psoriasis,
  •     seborrhea,
  •     male baldness ,
  •     prostate,
  •     hormonal disorders,
  •     ADHD,
  •     obesity.
It is also a source of vitamin E, and she fights free radicals, inhibits the process of cell aging and makes your skin, hair and nails look as it should.

How to apply and how to store linseed oil?

The most valuable high linolenic acid ( ALA) and unfiltered crude oil, cold pressed, i.e. at temperatures up to 50 ° C, because at higher temperatures bioactive components are oxidized and lose their valuable properties.

The finished product from getting to the consumer should be stored in a cold room, without access to light and air.

It is recommended that a very diverse dose of linseed oil, which ranges from 1-2 to 6 tablespoons a day - preferably on an empty stomach.

    Note! Linseed oil can be consumed only in the cold because the heating (eg during frying or stewing ) will lose its healthy properties.

Good product stays fresh for two months of production and 3-4 weeks after opening the container.

    Note! After purchasing you should store it in the refrigerator (or other place of temperature 4-10 degrees C ) in a dark , glass and bottle tightly closed.

It is true that is commercially available linseed oil with a low linolenic acid content, which is resistant to high temperature and thus has a longer period to be ingested, for health reasons but it is not advisable ... !

    Note! It contains the improper balance of omega fractions ( too much omega -6 and -9, not enough omega - 3 ), which further aggravates the deficit of omega-3 fatty acids in the diet and the other groups enhances EFAs excess, which is the cause of many disorders of the body leading for diseases and ailments!


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