Linseed - Brown
Linseed has many health-promoting properties therefore it is definitely worth using it in the kitchen.
It contains a lot of fatty acids that have a positive effect on the brain and heart and it also
works very well on the stomach improving it and restoring its proper functioning.
It is most widely used in the kitchen but it is also often added to dietary supplements that help cleanse the body of toxins and improve bowel function.
You can add linseed to salads as an element that pleasantly crunches but also they are great for sprinkling on the sandwiches. Mixed with hot water and left overnight it will become a thick mush that is great to eat before breakfast, which will take care of the stomach.