Beneficial for slow constitution when eaten whole.
Full of omega fatty acids and protein.
This product is grown in accordance with the Soil Association's organic standards.
No harmful pesticides or fertilisers were used in the farming of this product.
Sprinkle flax seeds onto cereal in the morning for an extra omega-3 boost. You can also add it to nut and seed mixes, or even eat handfuls on its own throughout the day. You can also make flax seed crackers by mixing flax seeds with enough water to cover them, leaving them to soak for an hour or two, pressing into biscuit shapes and dehydrating slowly in a very low-temperature oven or dehydrator.
Brown Flax seed is used in exactly the same way as golden flaxseed. Both types are nutritionally similar, though golden flax seed has a slightly more subtle taste.
Whole brown organic flax seeds. (Packed in an environment containing other seeds, nuts, wheat and gluten).