Linseed Oil


Linseed oil comes from ripened flaxseeds that manufacturers have cold pressed to extract the oil. Another name for flaxseed oil is linseed oil.

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Linseed  oil is commercially available in both capsule and liquid form. It contains a type of omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

The body uses ALA from flaxseed oil and converts it in small amounts to other fatty acids, including docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid.


Linseed is a reliable source of B vitamins, a group of nutrients that are known for making your hair grow stronger and healthier at a more rapid rate. Vitamin E. This is antioxidant is also readily available in nuts and plant-based oils. … Adequate vitamin E intake may also promote stronger hair follicles

Benefits of  Linseed Oil

  • High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids. 
  • May Help Reduce Cancer Cell Growth
  • Could Benefit Heart Health
  • May Help Treat Constipation and Diarrhea
  • May Improve Skin Health
  • May Reduce Inflammation

Product Details
Botanical name Linum usitatissimum
Plant Part Used Seeds
Extraction Method Solvent extraction.
Country Of Origin Europe, South America, Asia, and parts of the United States.
Solubility Ether, chloroform, carbon disulfide, ligroin and turpentine
Specific Gravity 0.92919 g/cm3
Optical Rotation N/A
Refractive Index  1.48 -1.49
Consistency Thin-Medium
Strength of Aroma Strong
More Details
Mixes well with Almost All Oils
Common Uses Linseed can be used whole or crushed, or in a powder form as meal or flour. Linseed oil is available in liquid and capsule form. People use Linseed and Linseed oil to reduce cholesterol and blood sugar and treat digestive conditions. Some people also take Linseed to treat inflammatory diseases.
Aromatic Scent Burnt and Bitter Odor





It is not safe for everybody because it contains allergens & can cause food related allergic reactions.
Pregnant women & nursing moms should use caution in using linseed oil.
If one has the sensitive skin, one should do the patch test before applying it topically.

How to  use

One of the best things about Linseed oil is its versatility. For starters, it can easily be swapped for other types of oil in salad dressings, dips and sauces. You can also add one serving (one tablespoon or 15 ml) into smoothies or shakes to add some Linseed oil into your diet with minimal effort


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Safety Information

  • It is meant only for external use.
  • Do a patch skin test before applying it to your skin.
  • Dilute it before topical application.
  • Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
  • Pregnant women should consult a doctor before using it.

Stability and Storage

It should be kept away from heat & other ignition materials. And keep it in tightly closed containers . keep container in cool & well ventilated area



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