Flaxseed oil is a product derived from flax seed, which is the most valuable source of unsaturated fatty acids: oleic (omega-9), linoleic (omega-6), linolenic (omega-3). It has such important healing properties for human health, what is recommended for use as a dietary supplement on an ongoing basis throughout life.
Flaxseed oil is a source of vitamins B, E, K, phosphorus, calcium, omega-3.6 unsaturated fatty acids. Due to its rich chemical composition, it has a nourishing, anti-inflammatory, regenerating, moisturizing effect on the skin. This is a real panacea for women, because it normalizes hormones, supports youth and beauty of skin, hair, nails.
In diabetes, reduces the level of glucose, prevents the formation of diabetic polyneuropathy. Increases the effectiveness of treatment of skin diseases (dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis). In addition, flax oil contains natural antioxidant thioproline, which absorbs nitrates and nitrosamines, so it is recommended to add it to vegetable dishes grown using fertilizers.
Despite its beneficial properties, the intake of the product should be limited to people with individual intolerance, pregnant and lactating (only under medical supervision), people with pancreatic dysfunction, and diseases of the gallbladder.
Linseed oil is widely used in cosmetology. On its basis, preparing nutritional compositions for hair, with vitaminized, bactericidal, rejuvenating, softening properties.
To prevent stretch marks, flaxseed oil is recommended to be rubbed into women’s skin, especially during pregnancy, when the dermis is stretched due to fetal growth. With regular application (massage movements), it moisturizes, nourishes, gives a radiant look to the body. During feeding, it is applied to the nipples and breasts to protect against the appearance of small cracks, loss of skin elasticity. To accelerate striae healing and increase the effectiveness of anti-cellulite massage, linseed oil is added to the cream.
With uncontrolled use, even the most useful product can harm human health. Flax seed oil quickly oxidizes (when heated and interacting with air), deteriorates from exposure to sunlight. Because of this, it is not recommended to heat treat it and keep it open for a long time. Otherwise, free radicals harmful to the body are formed in the oil.
Possible adverse reactions of the body when exceeding the dose:
1. The deterioration of blood clotting.
2. Diarrhea, while flatulence is not observed.
3. Allergic reactions: respiratory failure, rash, edema.
Contraindications to the use of flaxseed oil:
• taking painkillers and antidiabetic drugs;
• pregnancy and hormonal imbalance;
• medications that are aimed at reducing cholesterol, blood thinning;
• polyps of the appendages and uterus;
• chronic pancreatitis;
• increased blood clotting;
• liver obesity, impaired cell structure;
• taking hormonal contraceptives, antidepressants;
• diseases of the biliary tract;
LINEN OIL FOR FACE
This product is an effective remedy for getting rid of skin defects: wrinkles, acne, peeling, pigment spots.
How flaxseed oil affects the dermis:
• activates the production of collagen, renews skin cells, promotes tissue repair;
• tightens the oval of the face;
• moisturizes and improves the smoothness of the dermis;
• relieves inflammation, irritation;
• fights acne;
• protects cells and tissues from the adverse effects of environmental factors;
• improves the complexion;
• improves overall skin tone;
• accelerates the treatment of bruises, burns, warts, psoriasis, shingles;
• eliminates dryness, peeling;
• fights shallow wrinkles;
• Heals wounds, bruises, bruises, cuts and cracks.
When applied externally, flaxseed oil nourishes, moisturizes, softens and rejuvenates the skin, so the product is indicated for the care of wrinkled, flabby, dry, fading derma. With internal use, it suppresses inflammation in the cells, normalizes metabolism, saturates them with nutrients.
LINEN HAIR OIL
This is a natural healing tool that improves the condition of lifeless, damaged and dry strands, increases their smoothness and brilliance, strengthens the structure. Cold pressed linseed oil is a source of vitamin F (unsaturated fatty acids). Nutrient is responsible for the proper formation, growth and health of the hair follicles. In addition, it protects the scalp from dryness, fights split ends, dandruff, nourishes and strengthens the roots, which suffer from temperature changes and lack of vitamins. Therefore, vitamin F is considered to be a beauty vitamin. Flaxseed oil prevents hair loss, restores their damaged structure, gives shine, softness and elasticity, returns strength. 100% raw oil from selected varieties of Baltic seeds. Wrung out in an oak press, without filtering.