! Contains 60% more omega 3 than other fish oils!

Lowers cholesterol.

Like flaxseeds, flaxseed oil can also help lower cholesterol levels. This is because the content of ALA is thought to play a role in lowering LDL-cholesterol (bad).

Fight cancer.

The next benefit of flaxseed oil can help fight certain types of cancer. Meanwhile, a review of the literature shows that the fatty acids in flaxseed oil can suppress the growth and development of breast tumors, as well as increase the death of cancer cells.

Treating atopic dermatitis.

Not only for the inside of the body, the outside of the body (skin and hair) can also feel the good effects of flaxseed oil, especially in helping reduce the symptoms of atopic dermatitis. Another bonus, the ALA content is also a powerful antioxidant, so it is often promoted as having "anti-aging" properties. Research also shows that flaxseed oil can help reduce inflammation and promote skin cell regeneration.

Reducing the risk of diabetes.

If you have a family history or are at risk of developing diabetes, then flaxseed oil can be an effective solution to help lower your risk.

Improve gut health.

Flaxseed oil may also improve your gut health, as it is thought to have laxative properties. In a study involving 50 hemodialysis patients, daily supplementation of flaxseed oil helped relieve constipation.

Reduce menopausal symptoms.

There is some evidence to suggest that flaxseed oil may also help menopausal symptoms. A 2015 study of 140 postmenopausal women who took flaxseed oil supplements showed reduced hot flashes and improved quality of life.

Storage Method:

Store in the refrigerator (not the freezer) before and after opening the bottle.

How to use :

Used as a food topping or drunk directly (not for frying)