iHerb Customer Reviews
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Check the expiration date carefully!
Posted by Reviewer1679147 on Mar 07, 2014
I was surprised to discover that these flax seeds arrived with an expiration date that was only 3 months out. Iherb does show the expiration date next to items, but I never noticed this before. These will go rancid quickly and in my opinion should never have been sold as regular stock - but maybe as clearance.
Posted by 5312976446435465920 on Nov 21, 2014
when I received from DHL I found the goods was damaged.
Posted by Reviewer2847771 on Mar 13, 2008
I use the gel of the flax seeds to make a natural light-hold hair gel. I also eat the flax seeds with various foods because of it's health benefits. They are pretty tasty. This was a good price, especially for an organic product. Thank you IHerb for your prompt service.
Good Antioxidant Source
Posted by Reviewer2261586 on Mar 29, 2012
We buy these whole and grind them up. Heard recently they are really good for cleansing too.
Posted by NaturalMystics on Aug 08, 2012
Great source of fiber and made homemade flaxseed hair gel with just two tbsp great yeild.
Posted by 4865232334746198341 on Oct 01, 2012
Golden flax--product is as advertised. Flax!
Excellent organic and healthful product.
Posted by Sprinkles on Dec 10, 2010
As good as psyllium husks for the same use, when ground fine, and more health benefits than psyllium. Super value. Excellent flavor and freshness! We grind them and use them in our morning breakfast shake (and alternate days with sunflower, sesame, pumpkin, or chia seeds): In a quart mason jar, put 2 to 4 raw organic eggs, 1 scoop protein powder, 1/4 can coconut milk, 1 tsp. psyllium husks, and 1 Tbsp. of the above seeds, then fill in with some water and use the hand blender. DELICIOUS and filling!
Good for digestive health
Posted by Reviewer1607310 on Nov 18, 2008
I grind it in a coffee grinder till its very fine and add it to cereal. Also add it when making rice bread. Besides adding fiber, it makes the bread a bit more firm and it holds together better. Overall good product and good price.
paks of flax
Posted by Reviewer1248222 on Mar 14, 2009
Posted by Reviewer1852029 on Nov 19, 2009
from a old company that never diappoints. Flax seeds go good on salads and on cereal. I use a $17 coffee bean grinder to process them first.