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Sharing Benefits of Good Oil

May 05,2021

*Sprouted Organic Flax Seed Oil*

Flaxseed (also called linseed) comes from the flax plant (Linum usitatissimum), which belongs to the Linaceae plant family. Historically, flax has been cultivated for thousands of years

Flax seed gain popularity due to the present of high omega 3, fiber and lignans, vitamin and minerals and etc.

Now with new sprouted process, all the nutrition from flax seed is unlocked so that our body can digest and absorb it without wasted. At natural, flaxseeds come with natural protection coating “mucus layer” with laxative effect which is hardly to remove. Using our special patent technology, it has the ability to remove the hardly indigestible layer of mucus which is difficult to remove especially in contact with water and air.

Once this natural coating broken down, it will release vital substances and minerals in the grain in multiplied times and brought into an easily absorbable form. We will optimised the process at highest nutritional value which is equivalent to “RAW FOOD QUALITY”.

Humble Food’s sprouted flax seed oils are made from 100% sprouted organic flax seed - using a special sprouted and drying technology. It is cold pressed from flax seed that have been freed of their mucilage, sterilized, and then sprouted and dried. The oil of the sprouted and mucilage free flax seed contains large amounts of anti-oxidants increased by the special sprouting technology.

'Let thy food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food',- Hippocrates (400 BC)

Potential Benefits

- High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids

- Contain Anti-Inflammation properties

- High in Anti-Oxidants (Lignans)

- High in Fibers

- Improves Menstruation

- Promotes Health Hair, Skin & Nails

- Improves Digestion & Constipation

- May help in Cancer Protection

- Lower Cholesterol & Blood Pressure


- One (1) to two(2) teaspoon for 4ml a day.

- Can also add to yogurt, tea, smoothies, or drizzle over your favourite salad

- In addition to being used in food, flaxseed oil can be applied to the skin to enhance skin health and increase skin moisture.

- Apply as hair mask to promote growth and shine.

Keep in mind that flaxseed oil should not be used for cooking, as it does not have a high smoke point and can form harmful compounds when exposed to high heat.