How to make linseed tea
How to make linseed tea / flax seed tea
Add to a saucepan, two tablespoons of linseeds and one litre of clean water
Bring the mixture to a boil
Turn off the heat and cover.
Leave the mixture away from the heat for 10-12 hours
Gently simmer the tea for one hour (lid removed).
Strain off the seeds an empty the liquid into a suitable container.
Allow to cool, cover and store in the fridge.
Mixture can be used to make linseed tea over the next two days.
Simply add some of the liquid to a mug and then add hot water. Taste is fairly neutral.
Take as recommended by your practitioner as part of your nutritional healing program.
Benefits of Linseed Tea
Linseed tea is great for hydrating the body and calming the nervous system. It can also make you feel fuller if taken before meals so is great for regulating appetite.
It’s overall effect when used as part of a detox program is to send a message of hydration and security throughout the body – allowing an ‘easing off’ of cells in a contracted state.
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