Flax seeds 200g
Sowing flax is an annual herb with an upright stem that can reach more than one meter in height. The flowers are small, blue or light blue, collected in umbels, at the very top of the stem. Subsequently, instead of the inflorescence, the fruit is formed-a round box with flat oval seeds. Leaves-narrow lanceolate, alternate, smooth and waxy.
Flax is widely used in light industry and national economy. Its seeds are used to make paints and varnishes, drying oils, and linoleum, and the stems are the basis for flax production. Flaxseed oil extracted from the stems of plants is a valuable food, and the cake obtained as a result of raw material processing is used as feed for livestock.
The main medicinal value is flaxseed, which is known for its anti-inflammatory effects due to its high mucus content. In addition, they are rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamin A and acids: oleic acid, stearic acid, linolenic acid, which are part of fatty oils.
Flaxseed is suitable for acute and chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract: colitis, peptic ulcer and inflammatory processes of the urinary system. They are also often used as laxatives. Mucus wraps the stomach and intestinal walls from the inside, protecting them from toxic substances. For people suffering from bronchial diseases, oral administration is also recommended.
Way of eating
Preparation of slime: boil 100 grams (half a cup) of water, add flax seeds (3 grams), shake the resulting mixture for 15 minutes, and then filter. Dosage: 3-4 times a day, 1-2 tablespoons each time.
Flaxseed is also used to treat skin diseases. Apply the mashed seeds to the affected area and heat it-for the muscles of sciatica. A 1:1 mixture of linseed oil and lime water is an effective burn healing agent.
Flaxseed, as part of the medicinal ingredients of blueberry leaves, pods and green oat stalks, has been attributed to diabetes and bladder inflammation.
The preparation method of the soaking solution: The pods are seedless and dried, and the straw is collected and dried during the grain sowing process. All the obtained formulations are mixed in equal proportions. To obtain the infusion, mix 6 grams (3 tablespoons) of the collected liquid with 600 ml (3 cups) of boiling water and boil it on a low fire for 15 minutes.
Way of eating
Pour 1 teaspoon of seeds into ½ cup of boiling water, stir for 15 minutes, and strain. Take ¼ cup orally 3 times a day, 30 minutes before meals. The course of treatment is 2-3 weeks. Use only freshly prepared mucus. The ground seeds are added to salads, yogurt, and cereals.
The product has passed the third grade radiation control.