Flax Seed Powder

Botanical Name:  Linum usitatissimum
Plant Part Used: seeds
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding

Flax seeds are derived from the flax plant, which is a member of the Linaceae family and is indigenous to West Asia. It is mostly cultivated in China, Canada, Russia, India, and several nations in Europe. The powdered flax seeds are added to many healthy menus and baked goods for its high nutritional value. Several haircare products include flax seed as it decreases dandruff and prevents hair breakage. Flax seeds also has skin healing and moisturising properties.

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  • 1. Which plant part is being used in this Flax Seed Powder?
    The seed of the plant is used in this flax seed powder.
  • 2. What is the acceptable Moisture content in the Flax Seed Powder provided by you?
    The moisture content in this flax seed Powder is below 5%. This offers better control over microbial growth and increases the overall shelf life.
  • 3. What is the storage facility of this product?
    This flax seed powder is stored in sterile conditions, in a cool & dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • 4. What is mesh size? And what is the mesh size of this product?
    Also known as sieve size, mesh size is a measurement of particle size. It is basically the number of openings in one square inch of a screen. This flax seed powder provided by us passes 95% through 80 mesh.
  • 5. What is the appearance and taste of this product?
    The flax seed powder provided by us is brown in colour with a characteristic taste.
  • 6. Does the heavy metal content present here qualify California Prop 65?
    Yes, all the heavy metals contents in this flax seed Powder are within limit and comply with CA Prop 65.
  • 7. What type of Microbial analysis is done for this product?
    Our products are tested for total plate count (TPC), E. Coli & Salmonella, yeast, and mold.
  • 8. Is this product non-GMO?
    Yes, our products are free from GMO. As GMOs are dangerous for health, we do not accept flax seed powder from the facilities where GMOs are manufactured, processed, or produced.