2kg. of organic linseed.

Linseed is a small flat seed of a flax plant called linum usitatsimum. It is one of the oldest fibre plants in the world and grows with lovely white or blue flowers. The colours of the flowers and the seed say a lot about the variety. One plant produces brown seed, for example, and the other produces yellow seed. Not all plants are used for the processing of linseed oil and linseed oil. fFor eg, “fiber lax” is used for textile linen production. The linseed oil is used for the production of linseed oils. The oils (linseed cake) containing residues were used as food for animals. The cyanide (hydrocyanic acid) present in the linseed persists in the pulp until the oil is pressed. There is no safety issue for any minor traces left in the crude. Canada is largest linseed grower , remaining farming is carried out in countries In countries like China, India, the United States and Germany.
Linseed is very nutritious. It is a source of vitamins and minerals, dietary fibres and omega-3 fatty acids. This one makes the seed very special. While this source of omega 3 (ALA) is not the same as the fats in animal products (such as oily EPA+DHA from fish) they are beneficial to our health and can be partially translated into a balanced working body in EPA+DHA. Linseed has been extensively studied. Various trials have demonstrated that in some cases, linseed can function against various types of cancer, cardiovascular disease, kidney disorders and type 2 diabetes. Flaxseed contains lignan. They act as antioxidants and can prevent the growth of cancer. They also inhibit the formation of new blood vessels in the tumour Flaxseed is successful against both diarrhoea and constipation. This is possible thanks to the exceptionally high content of ALA-shaped photoestrogens and omega-3 .