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Flaxseed Oil and Cranberry Juice

Other Names: Flax, Flaxseed, Tease, Lint Bells, Winterlien, Linseed, Linum, Linum Usitatissimum
Traditional Uses: Linen Cloth, Constipation, Poultices for Boils, Abscesses, Ulcers, Coughs, Sore Throat, Liver Congestion, Rheumatic Pain, Gastritis, Pharyngitis, Eczema, Menstrual Disorders, Bronchial Conditions, Urethritis, Diarrhea, Gonorrhea, Used Externally for Skin Infections, Alopecia, Healthy Heart and Circulation
Resources: Europe, Mediterranean, India, Asia, Canada, Argentina, France, Russia, China
Parts Used: Seeds, Seed Oil, Stem, Leaves, Flower
Herbal Research: Flaxseed

Other Names: Cranberries, Cranberry, Vaccinium Oxycoccos, Vaccinium Macrocarpon
Traditional Usages: Food, Urinary Tract Infections, Hay fever, Suppresses symptons of Bacterial Infections, Food and chemical Allergies, Unpleasant smelling Urine, Prevention of Vitamin C Deficiency
Resources: Northern Hemisphere, North America
Parts Used: Berries
Herbal Research: Cranberry Juice

A WHO Organizational resource: Cranberry Research - FULL REPORT
Health Warning: People with diabetes should be aware of the high content of sugar in 
the juice and use sugar-free preparations.


Flaxseed Oil and Cranberry Juice – Herbal remedy for Heart Attack:  Drink this smoothie for heart attack prevention. Take two little glasses. In one put half a glass of cranberry juice plus four drops of liquid stevia (Stevia is about 100 to 300 times sweeter than sugar, but has no carbohydrates, calories, or artificial ingredients). In the other one put 2 tablespoon of flaxseed oil plus four drops of liquid stevia. Drink the glass with the flaxseed oil first followed by the glass with the cranberry. Drink this every morning before breakfast. (Stevia leaf is used as a sweetening agent).

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