Master plant: Salvia hispanica L.
Lamiaceae (Mint family)
INCI: Salvia hispanica seed oil
Originally the chia seeds come from Central America or southern Mexico and were already cultivated there by the Aztecs. They were not only used as "satirists", but the Aztecs already knew very well about the peculiarities of these seeds. By regularly taking the Aztecs became spiritually superior to other peoples and the physical stamina increased.
Characteristics and subtances:
The organic chia seed oil is rich in essential omega-3 (about 60-65%) and omega-6 (about 15%) fatty acids. This omega-3 can help improve mental clarity.
Many minerals and vitamins are also found in this oil.
Another special feature is that the chia seeds are gluten-free.
Suitable as a source of nutrients for an ideal ratio of omega-3 to omega-6.