Ingredients: flax oil.
Application: modern studies have shown that the use of linseed oil reduces the risk of stroke by 37%. Flaxseed oil is 2 times superior to fish oil in the content of unsaturated fatty acids. There are a huge number of diseases in which linseed oil and the omega-3 and omega-6 contained in it are necessary for the body. Using flaxseed oil, you can not be afraid of such terrible diseases as diabetes, atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, and many others. In folk medicine, it is used for worms, heartburn, various ulcers. Flaxseed oil is widely used as a dietary and therapeutic agent for the prevention and treatment of diseases associated with impaired fat metabolism. Flaxseed oil is used externally in the complex treatment of wounds, burns, frostbite, radiation injuries of the skin, psoriasis, rashes, various dermatitis, shingles. Due to its unique chemical composition, it exhibits a regenerating, wound healing, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, nourishing, protective, moisturizing, emollient effect. Flaxseed oil in the form of masks or applications helps to eliminate microcracks, hardening and restore elasticity in coarsened areas. Lubrication of corns and warts with pure linseed oil or mixtures with the addition of essential oils has a beneficial effect. The antioxidant, nourishing and moisturizing effect of flaxseed oil helps to rejuvenate, maintain skin tone, eliminates and prevents the formation of wrinkles on the face, neck, hands. Massage of the scalp with linseed oil normalizes the function of the sebaceous glands and reduces the manifestations of oily seborrhea.
Method of preparation: 1 teaspoon 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. The minimum treatment period is 1 month. Anyone who does not tolerate fasting oil can add it to food. When treating milk thistle, it is very important to conduct the entire course completely and without interruption.
Contraindications: not recommended for use with individual sensitivity to the components.