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Health Benefits of Flaxseed Oil

Posted on 13.01.2020
Flaxseed oil has an extremely high content of alpha-linolenic acid, which makes up more than half of the fatty acids in this oil. alpha-Linolenic acid belongs to the group of essential omega-3 fatty acids. Therefore, flaxseed oil supplies the body with these valuable fatty acids.

Flaxseeds as Superfood

Posted on 17.11.2019
Flaxseeds are the small, brown seeds of the flax plant. Flax, also known as linseed, is one of the oldest crops in the world and was mostly used for textiles in the past.

Turmeric Golden Milk

Posted on 17.11.2019
The special ingredient in Golden Milk, also known as Golden Latte, is turmeric.

How to Use Coconut Oil

Posted on 30.09.2019
Coconut oil is very versatile and can be used for frying, deep-frying, steaming or as a spread. It is also ideal for skin and hair care, oil pulling or can serve as a feed supplement for pets.

Coconut Flour for Baking

Posted on 30.09.2019
Our coconut flour is perfect for baking cookies and other pastry. It is low-fat, lactose-free, gluten-free and yeast-free while containing all natural fibres of the white coconut flesh as well as a large amount of potassium.

Oils for Children

Posted on 04.09.2019
For a healthy development of the brain, the retina and nervous tissue, a child's body needs polyunsaturated fatty acids. These long-chain omega fatty acids are essential components for the entire organism. The body is not able to produce them on its own, they need to be ingested with food.

Daily Dosage of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Posted on 19.08.2019
There are several different omega-3 fatty acids, among them alpha-linolenic acid, short ALA. Flaxseed oil is very rich in ALA (50 g per 100 g). Only 2 teaspoons (at 3 g each) cover the daily requirement of 2 g ALA of an adult.

DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) from Marine Micro-Algae

Posted on 16.08.2019
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a plant-based substitute for fish, seafood or fish oil capsules. Especially vegetarians, vegans and other people who only eat little fish need alternative DHA sources. Even though our body is able to produce small amounts of DHA from alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), it may not cover the daily requirements of DHA. The fatty acid ALA can be found in chia oil (63 g per 100 g), flaxseed oil (50 g per 100 g) or camelina oil (42 g per 100 g).

Why Our Flaxseed Oil Does Not Taste Bitter

Posted on 14.08.2019
The flavour of flaxseed oil does not only influence the taste, it also indicates its quality standard. Fresh, high-quality flaxseed oil has a mild taste and is not bitter. At Ölmühle Solling, we daily produce fresh flaxseed oil by cold-pressing.

Homemade Natural Cosmetics

Posted on 14.08.2019
There is a number of natural cosmetic products that you can make at home. This way, you can customise your daily skin care and match it to your needs. You can either use several of our skin care oils and balms or add them to your favourite face cream and body lotion. Together with natural ingredients, you can also prepare face masks, facial or body scrubs at home.

Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil

Posted on 14.08.2019
Hemp seed oil consists of up to 70 g of unsaturated fatty acids per 100 g. Next to linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid, it contains 2 to 3 % of gamma-linolenic acid, a rare omega-6 fatty acid, which plays an important role in a healthy skin metabolism. Furthermore, it supplies the body with chlorophyll, carotinoids, phytosterols as well as vitamins, such as tocopherols (vitamin E).

Almond Oil for Babies

Posted on 07.05.2019
Almond oil is very skin-tolerable, especially for babies and toddlers. The precious oil can be used for skin care as well as for light food or bland diet.

Differences between "Coconut Oil from the Whole Kernel" and "Coconut Oil Virgin"

Posted on 14.03.2019
At Ölmühle Solling, we offer two variants of virgin coconut oil: As you can tell by the name, we use the entire kernels, including their thin, brown skins for our oil "from the whole kernel". This leads to an authentic and aromatic taste. In addition, we offer a white virgin coconut oil from peeled kernels with a milder flavour.

alpha-Linolenic Acid / Linolenic Acid

Posted on 08.11.2018
alpha-Linolenic acid (also known as ALA) is a triple unsaturated fatty acid with 18 carbon atoms. It belongs to the group of omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are called essential because the human body is unable to synthesise them on its own and they therefore must be obtained from the diet.

How to Take Flaxseed Oil

Posted on 02.11.2018
Flaxseed oil is a traditional edible oil and has been valued for its high content of omega-3 fatty acids (approx. 50 g per 100 g) for decades. The health benefits of the oil are uncontested but how can you add it to your diet?

What is the Recommended Dosage of Flaxseed Oil per Day?

Posted on 02.11.2018
What is the right dosage of flaxseed oil per day? Organic flaxseed oil is a traditional and valued oil with a unique combination of fatty acids. It contains around 50 g of the essential omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid per 100 g. Next to its anti-inflammatory effects, alpha-linolenic acid helps maintaining a normal level of cholestorol in the blood.

Oil Pulling

Posted on 07.10.2018
Oil pulling is an important part of Ayurveda, the traditional medicine from India. Oil pulling (also called oil swishing) is the practice of swishing a small amount of unrefined, native vegetable oil in the mouth for 10 to 20 minutes. It is said to improve oral hygiene by "pulling out" bacteria and other pathogens.

Coconut Oil for Skin and Hair Care

Posted on 07.10.2017
The Virgin Coconut Oil by Ölmühle Solling is a true all-rounder. It is not only perfect for cooking, its valuable ingredients and pleasant aroma make it a natural skin and hair care favourite, too. Its benefits have been long known in the cosmetic industry and the list of coconut products ranges from creams to shampoos. So why not use the original product for natural skin and hair care instead?