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LINSEEDS (FLAX SEEDS) FOR SPROUTING BIODYNAMIC

DIRECTIONS FOR SPROUTING FLAX SEED Care must be taken with linseed because of their gelatinous nature. It is best to put 1 part linseed to 5 parts of either alfalfa or red clover. This prevents the clumping problem of linseed alone. Add the linseed one day after sprouting for the other seed has started, no soaking is required. They are

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DIRECTIONS FOR SPROUTING FLAX SEED Care must be taken with linseed because of their gelatinous nature. It is best to put 1 part linseed to 5 parts of either alfalfa or red clover. This prevents the clumping problem of linseed alone. Add the linseed one day after sprouting for the other seed has started, no soaking is required. They are mild if eaten at 0.5-1cm and then gain a stronger flavour after that length. LINSEED SPROUTS CONTAIN: VITAMINS: A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, B15, B17, E, F, choline, folic acid, PABA. MINERALS: boron, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium. ACTIONS: alterative, antibacterial, antibiotic, anticarcinogenic, antifungal, anti-inflamatory, antioxidant, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antiviral, cardioprotective, demulcent, digestive, diuretic, emolient, galactogogue, hypolipidemic, laxative, pectoral, tonic. The information on this label was taken from the wonderfully informative book by ISABELL SHIPARD, "HOW TO GROW AND USE SPROUTS AS A LIVING FOOD" Find out more about sprouts and sprouting at... www.herbsarespecial.com.au

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