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The healing power of linseed oil

  1. Linseed oil is one of the oldest cultivated plants of mankind. The first traces of human use of linseed date back to 7000 BC. Linseed is grown for the extraction of the seeds. This is sold separately, but can also be made from linseed oil. In Europe it is mainly grown in Germany and further in the USA, Canada, Latin America and Asia. The Latin name for linseed is linum usitatissimum.

Short retention time

  1. If you want to use linseed oil as a natural medicine, you should always use organic

Against various diseases

  1. Numerous scientific studies have shown that linseed oil is not only beneficial as a preventive measure, but can also have a repairing effect in diseases related to disturbed metabolism, stress and negative environmental influences. More and more doctors and naturopaths are praising the medicinal quality of linseed oil. This oil has been shown to be beneficial for allergies, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, and people with psychological problems such as depression

Omega 3 champion

  1. Linseed oil is the only oil that contains more basic omega 3 fatty acids than basic omega 6 fatty acids. Contrary to popular belief, fish is not an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids; linseed oil contains 20 times as much omega 3 fatty acids as mackerel. Fish oil tablets should be avoided altogether because they do not contain a basic omega 3

Essential fatty acids against cancer

  1. The essential fatty acids in organic oils are not just healthy; they prevent cancer! That's how it works: cancer cells arise from normal body cells that have an oxygen deficiency, as Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg discovered. These body cells have absorbed too many trans fats into the cell membrane, so that the cell does not allow enough oxygen through. Basic omega 3 and basic omega 6 fatty acids are oxygen scavengers. When instead of trans fats are essential fatty acids in the cell membrane, the risk of oxygen deficiency has become nil. Otto Warburg made his discoveries after 40 years of research and published his findings in 1967. Other professors and cancer researchers have ignored his work, mainly because researchers wanted to look for cancer in the genes, which has still not worked. Brian Peskin

Linseed oil, good for memory

  1. Omega 3 fatty acids have a positive effect on memory. People with a disturbed emotional and emotional life could very well get too little basic omega 3 fatty acids. As a result, the intake of organic, healthy fatty acids is important for Alzheimer's patients. In phytotherapy it is said that a beginning Alzheimer's can be cured! That while in mainstream medicine it is said that you have to take medication for the rest of your life, but it only gets worse. There are more diseases that are only treatable in conventional medicine but curable according to phytotherapy. An example of this is diabetes

Linseed oil and diabetes

  1. Flaxseed oil works well for diabetic patients. The blood sugar level rises less quickly if you add linseed oil with the meal, which means less insulin

Linseed oil increases well-being

  1. Linseed oil press / Source: Angela M. Arnold, Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA-3.0)

Fatty acids in linseed oil:

  1. Palmitic acid: 5% Stearic Acid: 2.5% Oleic acid: 16% Linoleic acid: 15% Alpha linolenic acid: 61.5%

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