Golden Linseed is the small, golden-yellow seed of the common flax plant, the same plant as is used to grow the fibre from which true linen has been made for thousands of years. It's equally correct to call the same small seeds linseed or flaxseed.
They're great as a sprinkle on salads, porridge, muesli, snack bars and lots more. The real benefit is contained when the seeds are cracked open as the nutrients become more readily available. However, if they are milled, do this in small batches as they quickly lose their goodness.
Perfect for ... A delicious side salad.
Always keep in a cool, dark place, in a sealed container.
Good for easing constipation. High in dietary fibre so do not over consume. Good for heart health and Eczema
We have no dietary information from the official nutrition database. Reputedly, they contain more omega 3 fatty acids than any other plant and are rich in fibre, Magnesium, Potassium and B Vitamins.