- Usage Pharma industries, Food Industries, etc
- Raw Material Flaxseed
- Grade Cold Pressed Virgin
- Shelf Life 24 Months
- Application All Type
- Product Type Flax Seed Oil
- Processing Cold Pressed
- Supply Ability : 100 Liter Per Day
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Price And Quantity
- 700 INR/Liter
- 50 Liter
- Cold Pressed
- Pharma industries, Food Industries, etc
- 500 Ml, 15kgs , 5 Litre, 1 Litre, 250ml
- 24 Months
- Cold Pressed Virgin
- Flax Seed Oil
- Season, Cooking
- All Type
- Paypal, Western Union, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C), Cheque, Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA), Cash on Delivery (COD), Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
- 100 Liter Per Day
- 7 Days
- If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
- Bottle Packing and Box Packing
- Africa, Asia, Central America, Australia, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America
- All India
- ISO 9001:2015
About Flaxseed Oil
Flaxseeds are tiny, brown or golden-coloured seeds, which are also known as linseed. The health benefits of these seeds have made them a part of the traditional cuisines of Asia, America, and Africa. They can be eaten in their raw form, but are more beneficial when sprouted or grounded into a tasty meal. The body can absorb the nutrients from flaxseeds more easily when it is ground or sprouted. These seeds are used to make flaxseed oil, which is also very easy to digest.
Benefits of Flaxseed Oil
Flaxseed forms an essential part of many diet programmes since it keeps blood sugar levels in check. Due to the presence of fiber, it keeps the stomach full and avoids the intake of surplus calories through overeating.
The Frontiers in Nutrition journal published a study in 2018 suggesting that flaxseeds may help to reduce the risk of breast cancer and might also reduce the tumor size. However, further clinical trials are still required to verify the benefits of flaxseed against breast cancer.
Flaxseed is a good source flavone C-glycosides, according to âPhytochemicals and Phytopharmaceuticalsâ. These polyphenolic compounds inhibit lipid peroxidation, platelet aggregation, and capillary permeability and fragility, thus leading to a lower incidence of cardiovascular diseases.
Flaxseed is a rich source of both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. This property of flaxseed aids in maintaining normal blood sugar levels in people suffering from diabetes.
The soluble fiber present in flaxseed also helps in maintaining proper gastrointestinal functions, and insoluble fiber plays a vital role in keeping the heart healthy by lowering serum LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.
Flaxseed oil can heal inflamed skin areas in cases of acne, rosacea, and eczema. The topical application of this oil heals sunburns effectively.
Flaxseed oil can help brittle hair and nails and prevent them from splitting. It is also effective against irritating scalp conditions caused by eczema.
Flaxseed is rich in most B complex vitamins and vitamin E, as well as minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and iron. Vitamin E is essential for healthy skin and bones. Potassium maintains nerve health and iron is a vital component of red blood cells and many enzymes that affect our general metabolism.
Flaxseed is a rich source of dietary proteins, having a high essential amino acid index, and providing most of the daily intake of proteins that our bodies need.
Flaxseed is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, preceded only by fish oil. The omega-3 fatty acid is the most active agent that fights inflammation in the body. Inflammation is a leading cause of heart diseases, asthma, allergies, diabetes, and even certain cancers. Flaxseed has also been shown to reduce the rate of kidney inflammation in cases of nephritis.
Flaxseeds are 100% free of gluten, and therefore can be eaten by those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Although, it is important to note that every product that says it contains flaxseeds doesnât automatically approve as gluten-free.
These seeds can also help in weight loss because they are rich in fiber and certain other healthy fats. They also help improve metabolism, lower the risk of digestive problems, and improve obesity.
As per the Hypertension journal, including flaxseeds in the diet is recommended for people suffering from high blood pressure. The omega 3 and fiber in this health food can lower blood pressure, and thereby prevent the risk of stroke, hypertension, and other heart ailments.
The presence of plant-based lignans, omega 3s, oils, and fiber in flaxseed help in improving the digestion of your body, by promoting lubrication and preventing constipation.
The alpha-linolenic acid and the lignans found in flaxseed boost the immune response in the body and prevent inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and an autoimmune disorder called lupus.
Lignans, in flaxseed, can be used as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy due to their estrogenic properties, and thereby reduce the symptoms of menopause and arthritis in menopausal women.
In menstruating women, regular consumption of flaxseed is shown to inhibit cycle changes and a reduction in the ovarian dysfunction.
Flaxseed consumption can reduce âdry eyeâ syndrome. Also, the omega-3 fatty acids can reduce the risk of macular degeneration, an eye disease caused by damaged nerves in the eye.