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Uses for Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds can be used to make tea, added to smoothies or for even consumed in baking or on cereal.  There are additional benefits for consuming flaxseeds whole. 

Known benefits of Flaxseeds

Flaxseed and flaxseed tea contain polyunsaturated omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, along with a group of natural compounds called lignans -- all compounds with biological activity. The results of many research studies suggest that a diet rich in flaxseed is heart-healthy, potentially helping lower levels of cholesterol in your blood and possibly reducing your risk of atherosclerosis and other types of cardiovascular disease.

Omega-3 fatty acids and lignans in flaxseed are both antioxidants that can help protect your cells and tissues from free radicals, which form during digestion, when you're exposed to toxins or in your skin when you're in sunlight. Over time, free radicals can damage cellular DNA, possibly raising your risk of cancer and other diseases.

Components in flaxseed tea might also help slow or reduce the rise in blood sugar that occurs after you eat, potentially lowering your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. The study published in the "British Journal of Nutrition" in 2008 found that subjects who consumed flaxseed extract also had significantly reduced blood sugar, in addition to improved cholesterol levels, compared to controls.

The ALA fats in flax seeds benefits the skin and hair by providing essential fats as well as b-vitamins which can help reduce dryness and flakiness. It can also improve symptoms of acne, rosacea, and eczema. This also applies to the eyes health as flax can reduce dry eye syndrome.

The lignans in the flax have been shown to have benefits for menopausal women (menopause). It can be used as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy because lignans do have estrogenic properties.

Because some flaxseed compounds are phytoestrogens, which act in similar ways to estrogen, flaxseed tea might also help improve mild symptoms of menopause. A study in the September 2002 issue of "Obstetrics and Gynecology" found that menopausal women who consumed a flaxseed supplement for two months had improvement in symptoms comparable to that seen when women received hormone replacement therapy.


Are There Side Effects? Herbal teas may have side effects in some people.  It is best to consult your doctor or a herbalist about the possible side effects of any of these products.

Disclaimer: As each person is different, individual results cannot be guaranteed.
Herbal tea must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women, persons under 15 or anyone with an illness or taking medication. If you are taking any medications or have a pre-existing medical condition, please consult a doctor before use. Discontinue consuming and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. 
TGA & FDA Disclaimer: These teas are ‘Not suitable for children under 15 years of age or pregnant or breast feeding women and ideally should be used under medical or dietetic supervision’. Consult your physician before use if taking other medication, or if suffering from acute severe illnesses or kidney damage.
Herbal tea is not intended as a sole source of nutrition and should be consumed in conjunction with a nutritious diet and in conjunction with an appropriate physical training or exercise program'.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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