When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
Flax seed has become the go-to for today’s modern social media wellness and nutrition course. But it also has its own Ayurvedic capabilities and limitations that need to be followed for it for positive health results. it is necessary to know for which type of people it is healthy and for what kind of people it can be harmful. Let’s see when You should NOT Eat Flaxseed..
Want to lose weight: When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
Flax seeds has the ability to reduce Vata dosha in the body. And according to Ayurveda, a person who is very thin or lean, has an excess of Vata dosha in his body. At the same time, the Flaxseeds increase, Pitta and Kapha dosha ! Kapha dosha brings extra weight to the body. In this way flaxseed increases body weight from Ayurvedic point of view.
Read How to Identify Vata Dosha in the Body?
Want to conceive: When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
According to Ayurveda, the nature of flaxseed is very hot, it increases the heat in the body. And any hot thing can reduce your ability to conceive, if you eat it, then your chances of miscarriage could increase.
Excessive period flow: When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
Because flaxseed is very hot and warm in nature, that nature of flaxseeds loosens the tissues on the womb’s inner layer which could increase the period blood flow. So if your period already has enough flow and you are consuming it during that time then it can increase your blood flow.
High heat in the body: When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
If your body is of Pitta dosha nature. This means that there is already more heat or fire element in your body.Then you should not consume it at all. Specially When eating in summer, attention should be paid to this point.
Eye disorder: When Flaxseeds Are Bad to Eat?
If you have eyes problem, such as weak eyesights ,tired eyes , feels hot in eyes etc. Then you should not consume flaxseed because the basic nature of eyes is cold and flaxseeds increase the heat in the eyes which may increase your eye problems.
Read Ayurvedic Rules for Good Eye sights!