What is Use of Linseed Oil

What is Use of Linseed Oil
Posted on 2020-12-16

What is Use of Linseed Oil ?

Amazing Uses & Health Benefits of Pure Linseed Oil:
-Due to the presence of high fibers it is very helpful in constipation, colon damage, large intestine problems, enteritis, IBS & many other problems.
-Linseed Oil is used to prepare medicines.
-It is used in malarial infection, rheumatism, arthritis.
-Due to the presence of high fiber content flax seeds lower the cholesterol level.
-Flax seeds are the main source of plant protein. It is rich in amino acid arginine, asparitic acid and glutamic acid.
-Due to the presence of insoluble fibers flax seeds are beneficial in lowering blood sugar level.
-Fibers dietary of linseed can aid to the control of weight by suppressing hunger and increasing feeling of fullness.
-Linseeds are good source of ligneous which have antioxidant properties and helps in preventing colon cancer, skin cancer and prostate cancer.
-Due to the presence of omega-3- fatty acid and ALA. Pure linseed oil are good for health and lower the risk of stroke.
-Due to health benefits of flex seeds they acquired the name super food.
-It is used as industrial lubricant.
-It is used to earthen floor.
-It is also considered as remedies for eye disorders.
-It enhance physical and mental health.
-It helps to reduce cellulite, eczema and anxiety.

What is Linseed Oil

Linseed oil also known as flaxseed oil or flax oil.linseed is grown in cooler part of the world.It is native to Mediterranean, Middle East and India. Linseed is known as fiber and food crop. From ancient Egyptian it is used to wrap mummies in linen made from flax.Linseed and flax are the members of the same family, linum usitatissimum. These both plants have been used for thousands of years.

Linseed oil are yellow to colourless derived from the seeds of the flax plant. Alluvial soil is suitable for growth of flax. It should contain organic matter for better growth.When flax is grown it requires fertilizer or pesticides. Resins or solvent as impregnator,drying oil finish or varnish in wood finishing as a pigment,binder in oil paints as a plasticizer and hardener in putty.

Linseed oil is used as edible oil. It’s a main source of alpha-linoleicacid, omega-3 fatty acid.Linseed oil is particularly susceptible to polymerization reactions upon exposure to oxygen in air.The polymerization or drying result in solidification of material to prevent drying linseed oil based products are stored in airtight container.Linseed oil is used in paint binder, putty,wood finish and gilding(it is a decorative technique forapplying a very thin coating of gold to solid surface suchas metal,wood, porcelain or stone). Linseed oil oxidizedrapidly and become rancid with an unpleasant odor, therefore it needs to be placed in air tight container. Linseed oil is used as anutritional supplements and is a traditional European ethnic food highly regarded for its nutty flavor.In industries linseed oil can be used as a drying oil, vehicle in plants,lacquers, enamels, linoleum,oil clothing,tenting,tarpaulins,textile,potent,leather,printing inks,soap and shoe polish.

The Latin name of the flaxseed is linum usitatissimum which means very useful.Every part of linseed plant is utilized commercially, stem gives good qualityfibers.Flax has been used for the fabrication of clothes andpapers.Flax fiber is a natural and biodegradable composite,which have good mechanical properties and low density.Flax fibers are soft, flexible having the appearance of blond hairs.It is shorter than cotton fibers and has less elasticity. Flaxfiber is used as raw material in tea bags or rolling paper of cigarette. Flax seed have both soluble and insoluble dietary fibers.

The insoluble fibers consist of cellulose andlignin. Soluble fibers are fractions and the mucilage gums.Mucilage gums are polysaccharides that became viscous when mixed with water.The flaxseed growing in countries such as Canada, China, United State, India and Ethiopia. Canada is the world’s largest producer of flaxseeds. They are available in two forms brown and golden, both have same nutritional values. Brown seeds are low in omega-3 fatty acids.

Flaxseeds are multi-component products like that dietary fiber, protein and soluble polysaccharides, lignin’s, phenolic compound,vitamin A,C,E,F and minerals. P, Mg, K, Na, Fe, Cu, Zn. Linseed oil blends with resin, it is also used as a solvent and as a pigment binder in oil paints.It is extracted by cold pressed method from seed of linseed.

Chemical Composition of Linseed oil

The chemical component of linseed or flax seed oil is palmitic acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid.

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