Common Diseases &
Illnesses
•Blood Pressure
•Cancer
•Glycemic Index
Insulin Resistance &   Diabetes
Chrio Base Materials
•Agaricus Blazei Murill
•Catechin
•Chrio Wave Converters
Colloidal Silver
Honey
•Chrio Secret Stones
Linseed
•Pi Water
Scientific Background
Energy
•Oxygen
•Water
 
Chrio Base Materials: (Linseed)

Linseed oil and seeds are derived from the Flax plant (Linum usitatissimum, Linaceae). It is obtained by pressing and an optional stage of solvent extraction. Cold-pressed oil obtained without solvent extraction is marketed as Flaxseed or Linseed oil. Linseed oil and seeds are suitable for human consumption and are used as a nutritional supplement which is high in omega-3 fatty acids and other natural nutrients.
Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are essential for human health. However, their necessity and benefit is crucially based on the ratio in which they are consumed. Ideally, humans should consume slightly more omega-3 than omega-6. However, with increased consumption of fast foods and multiple preservatives in the modern diet, typical consumption of omega-3 is 30 to 40 times less than omega-6. This is a dramatic imbalance with many adverse effects. Since most food items that contain omega-3 also contain omega-6, the ratio of the two in each is crucial for optimum health.
Linseed seeds and oil contain the highest known ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 at 7:1, making them the best known omega-3 supplement. A perfect balance of omega-3 and omega-6 in the human body will reduce the risk of coronary heart disease; treat the effects of Bipolar Disorder and Depression, along with a number of other health benefits

Effects of Linseed:

Internal
*Helps maintain balance of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids
*Reduces the potential of heart disease
*Prevents, reduces and may cure Bipolar Disorder & Depression
*Aides in memory & learning functions of a developing infants brain
*Aides in brain development of a fetus when taken during the third trimester of pregnancy
*Aides in prevention of post-partum depression
*Relieves constipation, diarrhea, irritation of the stomach, intestines, urinary organs
*Reduces cold symptoms such as cough, chest congestion & sore throats
External
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Aides in healing ulcerations & superficial or deep-sealed inflammation
*Aides in healing local infections such as rashes & sores
*Eases pain & aides in healing of burns & scalds

How to Use:

Linseed Oil

Since most people dislike the distinctive flavor of Linseed oil, it is used externally more often than internally. However, it is consumable and equally beneficial as Linseed seeds.

*As a Food Supplement - 5-25ml per day, taken with 2 or more glasses of water.
*For skin affections - Apply directly to the effected area. Cover with bandage if desired.

Linseed Seed

Linseeds are commonly used whole or cracked.
*As a Food Supplement - 1 tablespoon of whole or cracked Linseed seeds, taken with 2 glasses   or water 2 to 3 times a day. Or; 3 to 3 tablespoons of cracked Linseed seeds prepared as hot   cereal.
*For skin affections - 1 tablespoon of cracked Linseed seeds in a hot, moist bandage applied to   the affected area.