Castor oil offered is rich, amber substance that is
produced from tropical castor bean plant which is scientifically known as
Ricinus Communis. Being a thick liquid, the oil is rich in fatty acids that
make it a natural emollient and a perfect moisturizer. The oil also contains
properties like being anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory
that makes it superior for healing, cleansing and removing scars. The
superior quality of the oil also makes it good for oil therapy applications.
Castor oil is used in cosmetic industry and its moisturizing,
anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties makes it useful for
relieving body pain, inducing bowel movement as well as providing moisture
required by the body. It also acts as humectants and is also used as a cure
for lumbago, sciatica and rheumatism. Some other uses of oil include in soap
making as well as suited for shampoo bars and skin-care products.
Linseed oil offered is extracted from dried flax
seeds is heated and subjected to chemical treatment and is used in furniture
finishing and assist in creating a rich, glowing finish. Treated linseed oil
is also an additive to products like paints, resins, varnishes, inks as it
dries quickly and promotes rapid and even drying. The linseed oil is also
used as carrier oil for that prized rich glow the oil creates. Based on
amount of linseed oil used, painters vary the thickness of paints from dense
& clumpy to thin and ephemeral. Being of dark amber color, treated
linseed oil has a distinctively sharp smell.
As nutrient-rich oil, it has high content of Alpha-linolenic Acid and is
offers use as ultra-moisturizing oil that comes with anti-inflammatory and
healing properties. Known to assist in alleviating skin conditions that rise
from dietary lack of Omega-3, the oil also assists in restoring suppleness
and softness to tired and ageing skin. It is alos good as a carrier oil for
skin showing effects of stress.
Chal Mogra Oil
Having botanical name Hydnocarpus Laurifolia, Chal
Mogra Oil is also known by Indian name Garudphal and is a tall evergreen
tree having whitish wood that has been in usage in Ayurveda medicine for
curing leprosy and other skin diseases. The oil also has superior healing
power and curative properties and used as a tonic it helps in correcting
disordered processes of nutrition. The use of oil also helps in restoring
normal function of body system by acting as a local stimulant and also helps
in curing Fevers.
The oil is also helpful for curing skin disorders like in rheumatism and
phthisis as well as acts as effective dressing for chronic skin diseases and
scaly eruptions. The oil is also mixed with lime water and is applied for
rheumatic pains, scald heads and scaly conditions on head. Further, it also
assists in skin diseases like ringworm, scabies and eczema.
Sun Flower Oil
Having botanical name Helianthus Annus, Sun Flower
Oil offered has its origins in Bulgaria and is a pale yellow to clear
colored liquid that comes with characteristic odor. Being soluble in alcohol
and oils and insoluble in water, the oil is taken out using a expeller
pressed method from the seed part of the sunflower plant. With the oil
bearing high content of Vitamins A, B, D and E, it also has in it lecithin,
minerals, unsaturated fatty acids that makes it useful for nourishing skin.
Also known by the common names of Helianthi Annui Oleum, Helianthus annuus,
Adityabhakta, Corona Solis, the oil is also blended with aromatherapy
essential oil and thus helps in providing maximized health benefits. With
chemical constituents including Oleic (74.48%), Linoleic (16.29%), Palmitic-
4.38%, Stearic (2.16%), the oil can also be blended as base for massage and
blended with other vegetable oils for added to enhance the effectiveness of
its use as aromatherapy oil, massage oil and in cosmetics.
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