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The flaxseed, also known as linseed is being native to Mediterranean areas of the world and was extensively used in ancient Egyptian times. It has been often used because it produces fibers and could be also used and spun for making clothes. This plant produces oval-shaped seeds, shiny and brown, which can be harvested due to the production of the beneficial oils. Different parts of the plant offered various health advantages, which can be consumed in tea. The flax seed tea provides excellent important healthy components such as omega fatty acids, fibers and Lignans that improve the body health. The particular tea has many different uses and we will present you some of the main and most effective uses.

Intestinal Health

Flaxseed tea can be very helpful for many gastrointestinal health problems. You can relieve diarrhea, constipation or other digestive problems just by drinking one cup of flaxseed tea. Also, with this tea you can improve the health of your kidneys and bladder.

Cardiovascular Health

By drinking this tea you can improve the cardiovascular function in the body, which Is another benefit. In this tea there are fatty acids, which are good for preventing serious issues such as particular diseases that could present themselves in the heart. Also, a great benefit to the heart could be the flaxseed tea because it could help with improving the health of the arteries. Another great benefit is that with this tea you can lower your cholesterol level.

Women’s Health

Those women that have problems with premenstrual symptoms and problems with menopause should consume flaxseed tea because it has a good benefit for the phytoestrogen hormone. The mild aches, headaches and pains can also be healed by this tea.

Recent studies shown that flaxseed tea could prevent certain cancers in women such as breast and ovarian cancer.

Recipe:

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons flax seed
  • 1 liter of boiling water

Preparation:

Preparation of flaxseed tea is very easy. First, you need to add 3 tablespoons of this tea in a liter of boiling water.

You need to do this in the evening because it need to rest during the night. In the morning you need to strain it. Put the tea in thermos and you are ready!

If you need an additional taste you can add sugar, lemon or honey

NOTE: If you have been pregnant, nursing or any kind of medication, you need to contact a doctor before drinking this tea.

Source: healthylivingbalance

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The flaxseed, also known as linseed is being native to Mediterranean areas of the world and was extensively used in ancient Egyptian times. It has been often used because it produces fibers and could be also used and spun for making clothes. This plant produces oval-shaped seeds, shiny and...