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Flax Seed

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Common Names

Flax Seed is a small herbal plant known with other names - Uma, Toad Flax, Common Flax, Linseed, Winterlien, Flax Weed, Flax, Lint Bells and Chi-Ma. It is also scientifically referred to as Linum Usitatissimum.

 

Origin

If we were to believe claims, Flax Seed could actually fall among the few oldest living and existing living plant in the history of mankind. Cultivation dates back as early as many of us would have thought.

 

Probability is pegged as high. In fact, the plant specie from where Flax Seeds belong was said to have provided the early civilization of their clothes. Modern day researches tend to show that the first linen was made from Flax.

 

Parts Used

Flax Seeds are deemed as the most useful as it is the source of many optimal benefits. The seeds also produce oil, which are made an essential ingredient in the preparation of other medical mixtures.

 

General Information

Flax, aside from its blue blossoms, has indeed played a major part in human evolution. From naked beings to earthlings, who are now known for their passion to look good using a variation of clothing lines.

 

Flax is basically a small plant. In fact, it grows only to as much as two feet (at the most). Its size however does not quantify its usefulness. The evolution of the Flax as a therapeutic herb could best be attributed to an old practice where essential oil extracts from it were made to treat farm animals.

 

Common Uses

Flax is basically a laxative. How does it work? It lubricates our internal system so we could easily flush out unwanted toxins both in our colon and digestive system. Needless to say, it is a very effective colon cleanser, without worrying about any adverse effect in our internal organs - as what many other laxatives cause.

 

Crushed flax seeds are likewise essential in treating pleurisy, coughs, emphysema, and bronchitis. Further studies show that it can be a remedy for wounds by mixing the red wine and the Flax Seed oil.

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