They are rich in proteins, soluble fibers, iron and zinc minerals, but also vitamins B1, B2, C, E and provitamin A.
Flax seed is used as a supplement to cereals, consumed by those who keep diet or want to cleanse the body better.
As they are rich in oils and fibers, these seeds are also excellent laxatives. Omega 3 fatty acids, found in the liver, have anti-inflammatory effects. Many clinical studies have shown that with this plant you can also treat high cholesterol problems, some heart disease, and Sjögren's syndrome (chronic autoimmune disease).
To get rid of constipation, every morning, on an empty stomach, eat a teaspoon of raw seed.
Although, perhaps, it does not sound tasty, chew it for as long as you can. It may be easier for you to sip a spoonful of flax seed in a cup of lukewarm water, allow it to stand for six hours and eat this seed before bedtime. (Of course, the water of the prospect). Otherwise, the flax seed in water becomes luscious, but in this slice all its healing properties are found. It has a stomach mucous membrane that covers, protects and relieves inflammation.
All in all, flax seed has a very good effect on health.