Blossom Flaxmill

By Spice Ratchet Mills

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Produces freshly ground flax and sesame seeds.

  • Materials: BPA-free polycarbonate and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), ceramic grinding mechanism
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Flax seed not included
  • Grind for 60 seconds for 2 Tbs. (daily dose) of flax
  • Easy assembly
  • Automatic open/close base
  • Made in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Dimensions: 5.5" x 2.62" diameter
  • Weight: 0.6 lb.

18 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Your days of flax seed mess are over


This flax seed grinder is the best one, no doubt. When you use this flax seed mill you are able to close off the bottom of the mill so you never have seeds falling out of the bottom of the grinder. And the adjustments allow you to grind just the right size so your flax is the proper size for your salad or any other food you prepare. Great product and a nice price too.More > < Less


does the job


Grinds beautifully.


less noise in morning


My wife makes a drink in the morning with flaxseeds and had the blender going on and on. Now she grinds the seeds and blends a few seconds and she is done saving time and eletricity and less annoying noiseMore > < Less


Love it!


I use the flaxmill on so many things! I like it so much that I purchased some for friends - each of whom thought this to be a tasty way to put healthy things into our diets.More > < Less


A Favorite kitchen tool


Sturdy components, effective and easy to use. Makes a great hostess gift for my health minded friends.

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Spice Ratchet Mills - Blossom Flaxmill

About Spice Ratchet Mills

A Healthy Twist

There are many good reasons to work freshly ground flaxseed into your diet, and the Blossom Flaxmill makes it easy to start the healthy habit.

Why flaxseed? It’s been hailed as a wonder food that can help lower cholesterol, improve digestive health, and fight ailments including diabetes and heart disease. It's high in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and phytochemicals called lignans.

In its ground form, nutty-tasting flaxseed is easy to add to breakfast cereal, sprinkle on a salad, mix into yogurt and smoothies, or bake into cookies and breads. Plus, the ground form is easier to digest than whole flaxseed, which can potentially pass through your intestine undigested, which limits the health benefits.

Whole flaxseed is available at most grocery stores, but the tricky part is getting it into ground form. Pre-ground flaxseed is available, but it can have a short shelf life.

We discovered a better alternative in the handheld Blossom Flaxmill, which is designed specifically to handle the small size and shape of flaxseeds (it also works on sesame seeds). It comes from Spice Ratchet Mills, a kitchenware company led by Kelly Dyer in Alaska (Kelly is the creator of the multifunction Blossom Trivet too.)

We’re keeping our Flaxmills ready to go, right next to the salt and pepper, as a daily reminder to grind a little flaxseed into our meals—a quick effort for a hearty nutritional payoff.