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Cold Pressed Walnut Oil / Therapeutic Grade / For Hair & Skin / 100 ml

₹ 380
iOrganic Cold Pressed Walnut Oil is extracted from best quality walnuts grown in Kashmir, by the old fashioned cold pressing method. It is prepared through special no-heating process which preserves all nutrients.
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No Preservatives
Gluten Free
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Cold Pressed Walnut Oil

Walnuts have always been known as a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Its oil has a nutty flavor and a mild aroma.
◉ 100% Natural: cold pressed, raw, unrefined, virgin walnut oil.
◉ Unique among nuts, walnuts contain the highest amount of alpha-linoleic acid, the plant-based omega-3 fatty acid.
◉ They're also a good source of magnesium and phosphorus that can benefit muscle function and bone mass, respectively.
◉ This oil is a natural analgesic and when applied topically, it reduces pain sensation.

WALNUT OIL USES:

Slows down ageing – using walnut oil daily works wonders on skin and is highly recommended for people who want a flawless and ageless skin.

Consuming walnut oil may improve heart health, lower blood sugar, and have anticancer effects.

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Useful in weight loss – 1 spoon of walnut oil before meals can increase satiety or feelings of fullness.

Why Choose Organic Cold Pressed Walnut Oil

Walnut oil is packed with antioxidants, enriched with omega 3 fatty acids which it keeps skin soft, supple and hydrated

Boosts Skin Health 
Walnut offers anti-inflammatory, moisturizing, and restorative benefits for the skin.

Reduces Signs of Ageing;
Walnut provides increased hydration and moisture resulting in a youthful glow.

Improves cholesterol levels 
Regular consumption of walnuts may help lower high blood levels of bad cholesterol, and thus prevents the risk of heart disease

Decrease Inflammation? 
Adding walnut oil to your diet may fight chronic inflammation, which has been linked to heart disease, some cancers, and other health issues

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Walnut oil is a rich source of nutrients and antioxidants, some of which may even improve your memory and concentration. Most of walnut oil's fat content contains the omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid. This “good fat” can reduce your risk of developing heart disease by 10% when part of your daily diet.

The most common use for walnut oil is as an ingredient in salad dressings with vinegar and seasonings. It also tastes delicious drizzled over steamed vegetables. You can find walnut oil at health food and specialty grocery stores, as well as online. It's typically more expensive than other oils.

For radiant skin, use a walnut oil face pack regularly. You can make this face pack by mixing walnut oil with honey, oatmeal powder and yoghurt. Apply the face pack on your skin and keep it on until it dries into a flake-like texture. Then, wash your face with fresh warm water.

Both oils are high in healthful unsaturated fatty acids. Whereas olive oil is about 73% monounsaturated fatty acids and 11% polyunsaturated, walnut oil is about 23% monounsaturated and 63% polyunsaturated.

When grinding walnuts, take care not to over process, or the consistency will be that of butter and will not press well. Roast nut pulp in oven at 375° for about 5 minutes or microwave for about 30 seconds at a time until it is warm and fragrant. Press pulp at #3 speed.

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