Organic Golden Linseeds / Flaxseeds These organic golden linseed (also known as Golden Flaxseeds) is one of the most complete and highly nutritious seeds we sell. Linseeds are a fantastic source of vegan protein, various minerals and other healthy attributes. Their unique crisp-brittle crunch is also a real crowd-pleaser with our customers across the UK and Europe.
Linseeds, also known as flax seeds, are the richest plant-based origin of omega-3 fatty acids known to man. They’re also an excellent source of anti-oxidants, nutrients, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimal health.
High in protein and amino acids, linseed is known to help maintain energy levels, strengthen the immune system and bones, heal cracked skin and nails, and balance hormones.
It may also provide benefits to cardiovascular health, autoimmune deficiency, metabolic and behavioural disorders, muscular-skeletal problems, digestive and skin issues.
There are two types of flax seeds – brown and golden, both are similar in nutritional value, however the golden is considered to have a slightly preferable taste.
Linseed is considered by many to hold ‘superfood’ status due to it’s high nutrient profile.
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
Product: FLAX SEED (Lin Seed )
Quality :- Sortex Clean Bold Size Seed
Omega –3 (ALA)
Omega –6 (LA)
Omega –9 (OA)
THE same plant that may have provided material for your tablecloth or blazer could also help you live longer. The seed of the flax plant, which is the source of linen cloth, has been found to reduce cholesterol and protect against hormone-dependent cancers like breast cancer and prostate cancer.
Flax (also known as common flax or linseed) has the binomial name of Linum usitatissimum. It is a member of the genus, Linum, in the family, Linaceae. It is a food and fibre crop that is grown in cooler regions of the world. Flax fibres are taken from the stem of the plant and are two to three times as strong as those of cotton.
The humble flax plant has helped people to be fed, clothed and healthy for centuries. In fact, flax was probably one of the first crops cultivated by man, perhaps as long ago as 800 B.C.. Even the Bible makes note of the many uses of this versatile plant.
According to other historical records, linseed oil has been used internally as a laxative and externally to soften and soothe skin. Linseed oil is found today as an ingredient in paint varnishes and printers’ inks.
The flax plant was used for the thatching of roofs, and fibres from the stem of the plant provided flax for weaving cloth, either fine linen for clothing or coarse cloth for tents. The seeds of the plant were eaten