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Linseed




Linseed – flax seed – Flax is an herbaceous plant or shrub that has blue flowers and it is cultivated for its seeds. It is poisonous or toxic in the uncooked state. Linseed jelly or tea may be made by soaking the seed overnight in plenty of water and cooking for several hours the next day. It is a rich source of protein and oil for putting gloss on the coat. It does not keep for more than 24 hours.



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