Good in the tisanes or on enriching salads, bread, biscuits and soups. To be used minced to better absorb its nutritional values. They also may be used as an alternative to the egg if minced and diluted with enough water to get a solid preparation.
Linseeds are rich in mucilages (3-6%) that helps the digestive system and are rich in minerals such as magnesium and phosphor, proteins (20-25%) and lipids (30-40%).
Thanks to its oily seeds, rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6, it helps to keep the cholesterol level in balance and let the circulatory system to work as proper.