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A plant with numerous health properties
Completely biodegradable and not dependent on irrigation or defoliators, no part of flax is thrown away. The whole plant is used from root to tip, and the seeds rich in omega 3 are reused the year after the harvest or become flour and oil. Due to their anti-inflammatory activity, they also protect against rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, Crohn's disease, eczema, and psoriasis. The cut straw would serve as bedding or heating materials, while the fibers are destined to become textiles or composite materials with multiple uses. Linen is also an inherently hypoallergenic and antibacterial fabric.
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