Linum usitatissimum

origin : Kazakhstan


The Linum usitatissimum plant, from which we obtain Flax Seed, may be one of the oldest cultivars in the world. Native to the Middle East, Linum usitatissimum was used to make linen for clothing, fishing nets and sail-cloth, and papyrus; Flax Seed Oil is probably the oldest commercially-produced oil, predating even olive oil. While its properties as and rightful place among medicinal herbs is largely unproven, there is little doubt about the nutritional value of Flax Seed. The seed of the bulk linum usitatissimum plant is rich in omega-3 and antioxidants; can be used as an egg replacement for baking.



  • nutrient rich
  • omega acid rich
  • antioxidant rich
  • contains high quality protein
  • digestive support



  • moist + cool


Warning : You should consult your doctor before using flaxseed oil if you have: bleeding conditions, bowel obstruction, diabetes, diarrhea (long-lasting or severe) diverticulitis, hypoglycemia, inflammatory bowel disease and/or low blood pressure.

Flax Seeds

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