It is already proved by the health researchers that seeds are very good for your health. They contain twice as many fatty acids like Omega 3 for e.g. fish which is an excellent source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. However, it is good to know about the seeds you have eaten in and in what quantities you have consume it, otherwise it may cause harm to your health.
Helps in better digestion
The seeds are very effective in treating constipation. They have a mild laxative effect, due to the high fiber content. So if you have a problem with digestion, take two teaspoons of flax seed; either whole or ground, with a glass of water. Consume it for three to four times a week, in the evening. If you are consuming ground flax seeds, it is very important to consume it fresh. In addition seed oil has soothing and anti-inflammatory effects, which is being shown in inflamed digestive tract to prevent hemorrhoids.
Fight against acne
Seed flour is excellent source in fighting acne. You need a coffee grinder with linseed and some amount of flour mixed with water until it becomes a homogeneous paste. On a piece of gauze apply the patch paste on the skin gently which is affected by acne, for over 30 minutes. With the help of these compresses your skin will become finer and clean.
Flaxseed is beneficial for intestinal detoxification. When you decided to follow a course of detoxification, flaxseed must not be missing from your diet. They contain fibers that absorb much water; it swells and forces fecal material from the intestine, thus prompting the body’s natural detoxification. In addition linseed stimulates the burning of fats and their transformation into energy, for this reason it is ideal remedy to combat obesity, it also gives quick sense of satiety and limited assimilation of fats in the body. You can take one to two capsules with linseed oil per day. During the term, it is good to drink two liters of fluids per day. Linseed lowers bad cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure. So they are perfect for people who are experiencing such medical problems.
Flax seeds combination
Doctors advised us to consume flax seeds in combination with salads or soups; it can also freshly sprinkle over dishes as well as it can also be added as a mixture with salt or pepper. Furthermore, linseeds are more easily assimilated by the body if they are ground. The whole can pass through the digestive system without being digested, meaning they do not ensure their therapeutic properties. Also, you should not surpass 1-2 teaspoons of flaxseed per day. Otherwise it can also become toxic.