Welcome to Flax Farm, where we cold press linseed oil and produce linseed meal and other delicious linseed-based products in the good old-fashion way. We are passionate about this wonderful plant and we have created this website so we can share with you the best ways to enjoy linseed for its great flavour and amazing health benefits. You can buy our linseed cold-pressed oil, cracked and ground linseed meal, muesli, porridge and delicious Flaxjacks® direct online, by phone, at selected farmers' markets or in an increasing number of shops. more info

New Logo

Flax Farm has a new logo depicting linseed flowers and seedheads.

We love our new logo by created for us by Jill Moore a long time fan of linseed and customer at Borough Market. It depicts linseed flowers and seedheads.

Flax Farm Linseed Detox

Flax Farm Flax BranFor wellbeing, immune system and weight loss this is a brilliant detox using a mixture of vegetables, fruit and flax that goes back to the wisdom of Hippocrates.

Amazing no sugar, no dairy, no saturated fat dessert topping that's utterly delicious and quick and easy to make

This is a gorgeous thick, golden buttercup-yellow topping for dessert or breakfast, no sugar, no saturated fat, just lovely. If you haven’t got a dessert or breakfast to top, eat it on its own!   Simply peel, de-seed and roughly cube half a cantaloupe melon.

Budwig Protocol Led to Dramatic Comeback for Mesothelioma Survivor

On the Asbestos.com site there is a story about a man with malignant pleural Mesothelioma following the Budwig Diet of linseed (flaxseed) oil and cottage cheese:  “Budwig Protocol Led to Dramatic Comeback for Mesothelioma Survivor."

Another successful follower of the Budwig Diet but Doctor not interested

Linseed (Flaxseed) Oil: a Superfood that is the easy way to get enough OMEGA-3 to help your body work the way it should

Flax Farm cold-pressed linseed oil comes in bottles and capsulesLinseed (Flaxseed) Oil; the easy way to get enough OMEGA-3, the essential fatty acid,  for the balance that helps the body to work the way it should.  A little linseed in a capsule of from our cold-pressed oil added to your meals can give you enough omega-3 to make you feel a lot better.

Benefits of Omega-3

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Supports a Healthy Heart

  • Can help lower Cholesterol

  • Better healing

  • More energy

  • Better healing

  • Better blood-sugar levels   

  • More Comfortable Joints   

  • Healthier Immune System

  • Healthier More Beautiful Skin   

  • Fitness for Sport 

  • Great for brain power and mental wellbeing

  • Helps build lean muscle and aids weight control

OMS: Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Recovery Programme Event

Find out more about the new OMS event.

If  you or your family may have benefitted from the principles of the OMS Recovery Programme, they are announcing a new event and asking you to spread the word.

Flax Farm, Borough Market move

Flax Farm is moving! Next time you go to Borough Market you will find us indoors in Three Crown Square near East Teas and the Darjeeling Tea stall.

Gluten-free Bread Success with Flax Farm Linseed Porridge

Gluten-free oat and flax bread made with Flax Farm Linseed porridge Trial stage only so far but I had toast and marmalade for breakfast for the first time for years.  I made a baked flatbread from Flax Farm linseed porridge and 0% Greek yoghurt. With a little marmalade and very good coffee I was in heaven.

Omega-3: Cold-Pressed Linseed (Flax ) Oil could be healthier than Fish Oil

A new study by Dr George Jelinek and others published on Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis website, the HOLISM Study, shows that in the treatment of MS there was no significant effect of taking fish oil alone for omega-3, whereas those supplementing with flaxseed (linseed) oil alone had a reduction in relapse rate of 61%.  The OMS website and Dr Jelinek now recommend multiple sclerosis patients to take linseed (flax) oil in preference to fish oil as a supplement for omega-3. See our Multiple Sclerosis page for more information about linseed oil and MS. 

Multiple Sclerosis and Linseed (Flax) oil

Overcoming MS... is possible visit www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis.org to find out more

 

 

 

Wheat, Gluten, Grains and MS

Increasingly people are becoming suspicious about the effects of some anti-nutrients contained in wheat and its relatives, barley, rye, spelt and to a lesser extent even oats. Grains seem to have bad effect on MS and other autoimmune conditions.  It is more than a digestive intolerance, some of the anti-nutrients actively damage the gut and cause leaky gut syndrome also grains seem to cause an unhealthy gut flora which promotes inflammation.
The Grains Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye, Spelt may play a role in Multiple Sclerosis and other autoimmune disease. 
To find out more about these detrimental effect of grains read:  "Cereal Grains: Humanity’s Double-Edged Sword" by Loren Cordain 

Grains, Your Microbiome and MS

An article on the Dr Mercola newsletter, 28th September explores the link between inflammatory and auto-immune conditions: "Your Health Is the Result of a Symbiotic Relationship with 100 Trillion Bacteria",

the whole article is interesting but specifically read the section where it discuses the relevance to multiple sclerosis: scroll lower down to “Gut Bacteria May Reveal Colon Cancer, and Might Play a Role in MS”

Linseed Great for the Gut

 

Linseeds, ground and added into food and drinks is excellent for hydrating and creating the right envionment for good gut flora which helps with pushing out the bad bugs.

 

Omega-3 from Flaxseed Oil for "Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis"

In recent years care for MS has been moved on immeasurably by Dr George Jelinek, a leading Australian doctor who has devised a  treatment for MS "Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis".  It is a holistic  program based on scientific research and includes a diet of unprocessed mainly vegan foods, avoiding saturated fats but rich in omega-3 from linseed (flaxseed) oil and some fish (not fish oil). 

Business Opportunity

Interested in nutrition? Do you enjoy baking? Talking to people?

Food festivals and  farmers markets can be a  very satisfying  way to earn a living.

If you would like to supply your local area with our fresh linseed produce please contact us.

Trade Customers
Our products are available for delis, nutritionists and complimentary therapists.
We can also supply products in bulk quantities for the catering and hospitality trades. For further information please contact us on 01403 268844 or email.

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