Chia (Salvia hispanica) is a plant of the Labiatae ( Lamiaceae ) family, originally cultivated by the Aztecs in Mexico . Its seeds were an ancient mythical food in the Aztec and Maya civilizations, it was part of four basic nutrition elements along with corn, amaranth and beans . They were highly valued and appreciated for their energizing qualities attributed by their gods.
When eating these seeds, they were not only physically but also mentally superior to their enemies. They could do longer journeys, it was food for warriors, so it is known as the food of the hikers. It was also used as currency for paying taxes and transactions

It also contains:

  • 1400% more magnesium than broccoli
  • 700% more Omega-3 than Atlantic salmon
  • 100% more fiber than any Cereal Sheet
  • 800% more phosphorus than Whole Milk
  • 300% Selenium that Lino
  • 500% absorbable calcium than milk
  • 100% more potassium than bananas
  • 200% more iron than spinach



Take 2-4 tablespoonsful daily

To consume chia seeds take between two and four tablespoons of seeds in a glass of water, juice or other beverage. Stir to mix them with the liquid and allow to soak for 15 to 30 minutes. Because it contains soluble fiber and its ability to absorb liquid, the seeds will form a gel.

This should be consumed ounce the time has elapsed. When mixed with water, and left for between 15 to 30 minutes, the glass appears to contain almost a solid gelatin rather than seeds mixed in water.


ORGONO Chia seeds is a high quality super aliment that is harvested at high altitude to conserve the maximum of its nutrients: Protein, essential and nonessential amino acids, antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, essential fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid) and  minerals it Provides outstanding antioxidant capacity due to its high content in bioflavonoids. In a world where quality of life is altered by the effect of denatured foods, ORGONO Chia helps restore balance in the body. It is a versatile product, ideal to combine with Silicium G5.
Our Chia seeds are of the highest quality available, they are not treated or irradiated, thus grow in a matter of hours. They are grown in Bolivia and Mexico, at high altitude, giving them much of their properties, contrary to those from Australia and China.

They have an oily and compact tact and dehydrated content unlike any other and are of certified organic farming. Multi purposeful depending on the objective needed: Nutrition supplement, Weight Loss, Detoxification and satiating effect...

"One of the reasons that Chia seeds increase physical endurance declares, James E. Scheer, author of TheMagic of Chia, is that although easily digested, it absorbs more than seven times its weight in water and due to the gel it forms, there is a slow release of carbohydrates and a similarly slow conversion of the carbohydrates into glucose and therefore energy. The outer layer of the Chia seeds is rich in soluble fiber mucilloid. The seeds, when mixed with water or juice, form a gel in the stomach that creates a physical barrier between carbohydrates and digestive enzymes. Carbohydrates are digested evenly and slowly. There is therefore no increase or sudden raise of insulin levels in the blood after eating Chia. " James E. Scheer, "The Magic of Chia".

What are the properties of chia seeds?

Chia seeds can have a very positive effect  to help keep various conditions under control:  Digestive and Intestinal complications, weight management, Irritable Colon, joints, Cancer, Diabetes, Celiac treatment, Cardiovascular, Eczema, Itching, Skin hydration, Laxative, Decreases, Arterial tension, stimulates the immune system, Depression, Stress, Anti-inflammatory, Slimming, Reduces blood Glucose Levels, attention deficit, Alzheimer, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Autism, Cellulite, varicose veins, Asthma ...


Staying active throughout the day and withstanding tough workouts is feasible with the help of Chia Seeds. It contains twice the amount of potassium than bananas and twice the amount of protein than any vegetable, plus magnesium that is an essential mineral for energy production in cells, in addition to its role in the regulation of fatigue and muscle tension.
Known for dispersing high energy, but in the form of simple carbohydrates, but complex ones that are released slowly so that the body takes advantage of it efficiently, thus preventing its accumulation in the form of fat, and achieving energy throughout the whole day. This slow release is due to their content in mucilloid fiber that covers the wall of the stomach creating a barrier with digestive enzymes that slows its absorption and reduces the level of glucose in the blood.


A high dose of fiber
is a great help in regulating the digestive tract, improving blood circulation and reducing high levels of bad cholesterol. They help prevent cardiovascular diseases and regulate bowel habits. Chia seeds contain long-chain triglycerides in the correct proportion to reduce cholesterol on artery walls. They also have the ability to maintain low pressure and electrolyte balance in the body.


Absorbing 10-12 times its weight in water it helps maintain good hydration. It is very good for athletes and active people and ideal to be used as a supplement before going to the gym or jogging.


Chia seeds have virtually no taste, just a very slight nutty flavor. Those who like dried beans can add some chia seeds to their cooked beans adding more flavors.


Chia seeds help remove fluids and toxins. They regulate the intestinal flora and prevent cell oxidation. They contribute to the good functioning of our interior organs.


Of a total of 20 amino acids, chia seeds contain 10 essential amino acids, i.e, they have the ability to transform themselves into "non-essential". Therefore they are considered a food with full vegetable proteins; they participate in the process of muscle protein synthesis.

Rapidly assimilated protein: This rapid absorption results in rapid transport and utilization by the cells for muscle tissue. It is an excellent food for building muscle volume and definition. It is one of the most effective post exercise muscle and tissue builders. Its high regenerative and reparative properties effectively aid, natural muscle growth and development. Its incorporation in the diet improves muscle tone and helps burn fat. A good choice to replace protein drinks.


Omega 3 fatty acids provide anti-inflammatory properties, so that the daily intake of chia significantly reduces joint pain. Aztec warriors claimed it cured knee injuries! Thanks to its high content of omega 3, 6 and 9 it is also considered  super nutrition for the brain helping maintain concentration and optimal state of mind, it has been shown in studies to be able to improve memory, concentration and cognitive skills. It is so effective in this aspect it is often recommended for treating depression. It has approximately three to ten times more oil concentration than most grains. These oils, unsaturated fatty acids, are essential oils that your body needs to help emulsify and absorb the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K

How to eat Chia seeds Orgono?

Chia seeds can be added - whole or ground – to natural juices, milk, yogurt, sauces, soups, vegetables, cakes and other foods in addition to salads, as a dressing, and has virtually no flavor. Chia can be used in making bread, energy bars and dietary supplements. It can be applied as a gel leaving it to soak for 20 to 30 minutes in cold water.

Wayne E Coates and Ricardo Ayerza, who for years have investigated the properties of the Chia seeds, state in their work ”wild foods for prevention and health promotion” that, Chia (Salvia Hispanica L) is the plant that has the largest quantity of fatty acids( known as omega 3) plus a superb source of fiber and protein. The natural antioxidants keep it stable and it can be stored for long periods of time without degradation.

Chia has been fed to chickens and other animals significantly improving the lipid profile of products obtained from them, without diminishing the quality or the health of the animal unlike flaxseed or fish oil that gives flavor to fish, eggs and flaxseed reduces its production.

The addition of chia in bread and other products could provide consumers with easy access to foods that significantly increase their intake of Omega 3 without changing their normal diet and facing a possible allergic reaction that can happen from eating fish.