Nutrients are: EFAs--alpha-linoleic and linoleic acid, mucin, strontium and it's 30% protein. Vitamins: A, B, D and E. Minerals: calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, iron, iodine, copper, zinc, sodium, magnesium, manganese and silicon. Actions are: antioxidant, nervine, tonic, laxative, demulcent and the nutritional properties.
Some information on the Herbs Are Special website.
to the right of the page on this forum gives some good information on the properties and nutritive value of chia seeds.
While the colon is healing and emiminating the junk, I've had to be careful about adding too much or too little bulk. I would have to experiment with using this and go careful with it. It's going to take a while to retrain the colon to work right. I have had to go easy with colon cleansers, experiment with dosage, and work from the smallest dose, up.
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