Flax seeds contain a myriad of useful component of which include vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and fiber, which normalizes the bowels. Linseed cleanses the body of toxins, normalizes the metabolism, and lowers blood sugar levels.

Absorb certain nutrients, pure hose and simultaneously supplies the body lecithin.

The fatty acids contained in flaxseed itself, activate the sebaceous cells in the body, helping to melt the excess fat in the body. Therefore, it is an ideal product for weight loss.

Boiled flaxseed will help the healthy way of losing excess weight, without dieting and starvation as well as maintaining the desired weight without the yo-yo effect.

Recommended by many dieticians, this is also very healing and very beneficial for people suffering from gastritis, stomach ulcers, chronic constipation and hemorrhoids.

Preparation:

In the evening do the following: 3 tablespoons flaxseed, pour 1 liter/33.8 oz of boiling water and let it stay overnight. It is best to use a thermos.

If not, use a pot with a lid. In the morning, drain it. You’ll get a little thicker drink.

Application:

Filtered drink consumed during the day, 3-4 times per 150 ml/5 oz for half an hour before meals. Make the drink every night for the next day. Do not stockpile. It must always be freshly prepared.

Mode consumption:

Boiled linseed consumed for 10 days, after a pause is 10 days and is resumed, until the desired results. Drink plenty of water during the day. Optionally, you can sweeten with honey. It’s delicious.

With regular consumption, you will notice positive changes in skin condition, which is becoming healthier, firmer, and more elastic.

Despite all the useful properties of flax, there are contraindications. Not recommended to consume:

– With liver problems (unless you have serious illnesses, you can reduce the dose and kept under strict control)

– In the case of kidney stones (flax actively pulls sand and stones, but the process should be carried out systematically and strictly kept under control).

source: GoodMorningCenter