Flaxseed Oil


Featured Ingredients:

flaxseed

Product Description

Description

SNAANA’s Flaxseed Oil is formulated through cold pressed method from the seeds of the Flax plant. It is also used as a medicine and has no adverse effects on a person’s body and health. For thousands of years, it was used not only as a key ingredient in linen but also as a very beneficial and easily accessible food source. It contains vital nutrients such as Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, fibre, magnesium, vitamin E, sterols and lignans. This oil is popularly used to reduce cholesterol, blood sugar and treat digestive conditions. It can also be taken to treat inflammatory diseases. This oil is an important part of an anti-cancer diet.

Flaxseed Oil is a good source of alpha linolenic acid and dietary fibre. It can also be used as an edible oil to treat certain conditions like difficult menses, sclerosis (thickening of tissue), lupus (ulcerative skin disease) and scleroderma (autoimmune disease affecting blood vessels and connective tissue).


Benefits

Also known as “Alsi Ka Tel” in India and linseed oil, this pure cold pressed oil from SNAANA is very beneficial for treating obesity, acne, ageing joints, cancer as well as preventing hair fall, itchy scalp and dandruff.

The antioxidant properties in Flaxseed Oil is also effective in boosting immunity, digestion, hypotensive, anti-arrhythmic, anti-atherogenic, anti-coagulant, anti-inflammatory, anti-thrombotic and vasodilation.

It helps to increase immunity and keeps a good care of the heart by keeping the right balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids. This oil also lowers cholesterol levels and boosts metabolism. When used in combination with daily exercise and a low cholesterol diet, Flaxseed Oil might help control cholesterol levels. Flaxseed Oil might also be helpful for managing diabetes and lowering the risk of heart disease.

Other uses of this oil include:

  • Provides effective relief from constipation and soothes the inflammation in the lining of the intestines.
  • Regularises menstruation and balances the hormone.
  • Burns body fat, which is helpful for obese people.
  • The anti-oxidants fight against harmful free radicals and inhibits the growth of tumour.
  • Reduces the risk of colon cancer and breast cancer.
  • Prevents various gastrointestinal disease.
  • Regulates hormones in post-menopausal in women.
  • Reduces stiffness of the muscle and joints.
  • Reduces gout.
  • Keeps good care of the eyes and combats dry eyes and Sjogren’s syndrome.

Directions for using SNAANA's Flaxseed Oil

Hair Health - Apply Flaxseed Oil on the scalp then gently massage for 10-15 minutes before sleep and leave it overnight. Wash hair in the morning. Regular use of this oil will help reduce hair fall. The presence of fatty acids, vitamins and minerals nourishes the hair. A massage on the scalp treats dandruff, hair fall and also reduces frizz in hair. Use it as a hot oil therapy.

Hair Shine – Apply oil in the hair strands especially in ends and wash the hair after an hour for a soft, shiny and no frizz hair. Repeat the application each time you wash hair for 1 month and see the desired results. Cold pressed flaxseed oil can improves hair texture by reducing hair thinning.

Alopecia Areata - is another hair condition which can easily be treated with the help of Flaxseed Oil. Take 2 tablespoon of this oil and massage the scalp thoroughly. It will help rejuvenate the hair and prevent loss of hair in patches. You can also add Flaxseed Oil to your daily diet, such as in soups.

Consume Flaxseed Oil in your daily diet to treat sclerosis.

Skin Health - Add 3 teaspoons of Flaxseed Oil in your diet to get rid of lupus, thus, keeping your skin healthy and free from ulcerative disease.

Consume one teaspoon of Flaxseed Oil two times a day. This oil will help in treating scleroderma and keep your blood vessels and tissue in check against autoimmune disease.


Precaution – Although the oil is rich in linoleic fatty acids but people with acne- pimple and oily skin should not use it as it can clog the pore and provide acne’s. Flaxseed Oil is not recommended for women during pregnancy. Since, Flaxseed Oil might decrease blood clotting, it is advised to stop using this oil two weeks before having elective surgery.

Faq's

Does flaxseed oil make blood thinner?

Yes excessive consumption of flaxseeds or flaxseed oil can cause blood thinning but the mild to moderate consumption is absolutely fine. It is a rich source of magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids and many vital essentials that act as effective antioxidants for the body to keep it healthy.

Does flaxseed oil help you lose weight?

Flaxseed oil is very effective in dealing with obesity as it has the tendency to burn the fat and reduce stiffness of muscles and joints. A regular intake at the table spoon a day is sufficient. You can take it with the breakfast or any other time of the day.

What are the 5 benefits of daily intake of flaxseed oil?

  • It helps improve immunity and boost metabolism as it is a very good source of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids. It is an alternate to fish oil.
  • It helps overcome constipation as it soothes the walls of the intestine with its laxative and anti-inflammatory.
  • It contains vital nutrients that helps balance the hormones and regularize the menstruation.
  • It helps relax the muscles and joints.
  • It helps control hair fall and reduces frizz in hair.

What is the shelf life of SNAANA's Flaxseed Oil?

Flaxseed oil stays good for a year when stored in cool temperature.

Is this glass bottle?

Yes, SNAANA Flaxseed oil is packed in a glass bottle. SNAANA is against using plastic bottles and jars.

Reviews

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Vinod Rawat - 17/05/2020

Flax seed oil has many benefits but if its pure and snaana is a perfect place to buy flax seed oil :)

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