Organic Flax Seed 500g

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What is flaxseed

Flaxseed comes from the Mediterranean. Its shape resembles sesame seeds. It has been known for its unique properties and health benefits for centuries.

Flaxseed is full of nutrients, omega-3 acids, antioxidants, minerals and essential vitamins. Cultivated already in Mesopotamian times. Thanks to its nutritional properties, it has become an essential element of the diet of health enthusiasts around the world. It's time to join them to enjoy life in full strength.

Why flaxseed is so valuable for our body

Linseed is rich primarily in oleic acid, which contains glycerides of unsaturated acids (including linolenic and linoleic acids), and is also the best source of omega-3 acids. Flax is also an excellent source of vitamin E, which is a very strong antioxidant.

In addition, flax seeds are rich in manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Due to the huge amount of vitamin B, mainly folates, it is recommended for women who are planning pregnancy or are already pregnant. It also contains soluble and insoluble fiber, mucous compounds, and proteins and sterols.

How it eats

The optimal amount of linseed that should be taken during the day is 2-3 teaspoons. However, it is best to grind flax seeds yourself just before consumption, because our body will not digest whole and dry seeds well.

Because ground flaxseed has no taste, we can add it to virtually any dish, e.g. to yoghurts, salads, fruit and vegetable cocktails, to homemade bread or biscuits, muesli, sauces, soups, and even as a topping on sandwiches or Salads.

However, it is best to consume flaxseed after it has been soaked in water. The seeds increase in volume and jelly is produced. 1 - 2 teaspoons of seeds should be poured with 250 ml of hot water, covered with a plate for 15 minutes, cooled down and drunk. Drink the resulting infusion in the morning and evening.

Flooded flaxseed is best stored in a dark and cool place.

You can also prepare a decoction of flaxseeds. In this case, a tablespoon of grains should be poured with a glass of lukewarm water and cooked under cover over low heat for about 15 minutes. After this time, set aside to dry. Drink half a cup 2 times a day, preferably between meals.

And some other use

A decoction of linseed is also an excellent hair mask. 2-3 teaspoons of grains should be poured with a glass of water and boiled for a few minutes. Strain the resulting "gel" and apply it to washed, damp hair. Massage for a while and hold for 30-40 minutes. After this time, rinse thoroughly.

If you have some "gel" left over from the grains, you can soak your nails in it for 10 - 15 minutes. After such treatments, they will become hard and strong.

Ground flaxseed

In the offer of our store you will not find linseed in ground form. Why? The answer is simple. Ground flaxseed oxidizes very quickly and will lose most of its properties before it reaches your kitchen. Fortunately, there are many ways to grind them at home. You will learn everything in this blog post: Don't buy ground flaxseed!

Due to changes in law from 1 January 2023: Use only for cooking and baking. Do not eat raw!

Product information

Producer: Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki

100% BIO Brown linseed

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Product from organic farming, certified: PL-EKO-03.

Allergens: The product may contain peanuts and other nuts and sesame due to packaging in the facility where products containing these allergens are packaged.
Expiration date: All products come from regular deliveries.

Nutritional values ​​of linseed

Nutritional value in 100g of the product:

Energy value 1969 kJ / 477 kcal
Fat 31 hours
including saturated fatty acids 2.9g
Carbohydrates 13 hours
including sugars no date
Protein 19 hours
Salt 0.07g

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Bio Siemie Lniane

Jedno z najlepszych ziarenek do robienia surowych krakersow i chleba. Naprawde bardzo dobra jakosc (wielkosc i kolor ziarna) i cena w porownaniu ze zwyklymi sklepami. Zawsze miele w mlynku przed dodaniem do czegos.

Anna Ślusarczyk

Duża ekonomiczna paka, polecam

Siemię lniane

Tyle zdrowia za niewiele ponad 6 zł. Naprawdę warto!

Waldemar Zadka
siemię lniane

Bardzo dobrej jakości

Agnieszka Kłębukowska

Jadam mielone, ale to na pierwszy rzut oka jest widać, że super. Duże ziarenka bez porównania do drobnicy ze sklepu i cena wymiata

Ola Świdergoł

Zmielone siemię codzienne do porannego musli - dawka zdrowych tłuszczy i poprawa sprawnego funkcjonowania organizmu. Nie wyobrażam sobie śniadania bez!