For many centuries flax played an important role in human life: it was used to make clothes, to build houses, to make flour and oil, which were then used for food. Even then people knew about the healing properties of linseed oil.
Linseed oil is a unique product. It contains a complex of polyunsaturated fatty acids: omega-3 and omega-6. They are vital acids, as the body itself can not synthesize them, and receives them with food. Moreover, omega-3 is contained only in linseed oil and fish oil, while its content in the oil is twice as high. Eating linseed oil helps reduce appetite. The complex of acids improves metabolism in the body, as well as fat metabolism. All this contributes to weight loss.
It is believed that the daily use of linseed oil contributes to the prevention of stroke and myocardial infarction. It helps to reduce cholesterol and normalize weight, so it is recommended for patients with diabetes.
Linseed oil is recommended to take an hour before or an hour after eating 1 tablespoon 2 times a day. The course of admission-4-6 months. Oil can be added to salads, cereals or any other ready meals, mixed with yogurt, yogurt or cottage cheese, added to pastries to give flavor. During heat treatment linseed oil loses its useful properties.
Linseed oil is used to accelerate the growth and strengthening of hair, with seborrhea and dry hair. The oil is recommended to RUB into the scalp and distribute throughout the length of the hair. After 10-30 minutes wash your hair with shampoo.
Linseed oil moisturizes, soothes the skin, smoothes fine wrinkles. You can use at night instead of face and hand cream or add a few drops to the cream. It is not recommended to apply oil to the skin around the eyes. In the morning wash with warm water with a special cleanser.
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