“There is no better time than now

to start living

healthy life”

Human health is influenced primarily by lifestyle and eating habits. We can improve our odds for a long and healthy

life by strengthening our body, supplying it enough fuel, essential elements, to get through the day without loading up

on extra calories. Also the demand for gourmet cuisine witnesses a major upswing at a global level with the growing

popularity of plant oils, playing an important role in our dining, as a medium for cooking. Plant oils represent the most

concentrated form of the individual characteristics of the plant; its essence. They are gifts which are given to us by our

Mother Nature. However they all are not equally healthy just because they come from plants. We took into account

the facts mentioned above when preparing this collection of edible and cosmetic plant oils.

We are committed and motivated to deliver only the highest quality unrefined cold-pressed and infused plant oils.

Cold-pressed oils are obtained only by mechanical pressing of seeds, kernels or nuts at the maximum temperature of

37 °C. The process assures the oils retain all the vitamins and the minerals of the plant in its bioactive composition

like a natural lipids of the human body. Hence, the majority of our cold-pressed oils are pumped by vitamin E and

having a right balance of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids.

Making infused oils is a process of transferring flavour and scent by infusing herbs, nuts, seeds, kernels into a carrier

oil such as such sunflower (Helianthus annuus) or olive (Olea europea) oil. The infused oil can be used to add flavour

to cooking oils as well as used in aromatherapy, massage oils or as beauty products like soaps and lotions.

In order to provide the highest quality of our products we put an exceptional dedication and care to import, store and

distribute the oils to our customers. The oils are sold in dark-glass bottles keeping their taste and fragrance.

We are convinced that our products will be joy to use, as each of them provides a distinct flavour and a characteristic

nutritional profile. We're looking forward to become a key supplier of plant oils to all customers across all of Ireland

hoping our oils will become an essential ingredient for your cuisine helping you to create better lifestyle and healthier

eating habits.

Your Biopurus Limited

Healthy oils for healthy living

Usage Of Cold-pressed Plant Oils

Internal Use

The use of cold-pressed oils is much alike. Usually, it is recommended one teaspoon 1 to 3 times a day. However, cooking is the

primary internal use for cold-pressed oils. The majority of the cold-pressed oils are used for flavour in marinades, salad dressings

and baked goods. Just very few of them are suitable for high-heat roasting.

External Use

Massage or rub a small amount of the oil into the skin of your face, body or hair. You can dilute thicker oils with thinner ones if

needed. Typically, the oils do not leave a grease film and are well-absorbed by the skin.

Hair Treatment

Rub the oil into the scalp and into the hair, then cover the hair with a towel and leave the oil film on for at least 20 minutes.

Skin Treatment

The properly selected oil helps to regenerate the skin, keeps its elasticity and renews its natural fatty filter. Some oils improve the

condition for the people suffering from skin diseases such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, sunburns or premature ageing.

Nail Treatment

100% natural plants oils also help to strengthen nails. Rub a small amount of the oil into the skin around the nails. Also, you may

try the whole-night treatment by applying a bigger amount of the oil and then covering the hands with lightweight fabric gloves to

retain skin moisture.

Teeth Care

The plant oils may also help you with various teeth problems and aphthae (mouth ulcers) in your mouth. Just drip several drops of

the oil on your finger and rub your teeth and gums for at least 5 minutes.

Baby Skin Care

Plants oils are also suitable as a baby skin care from the very first days of your baby's life. The oils do not cause allergies as do not

contain preservatives or other unnatural substances. They are well absorbed, naturally protecting and hydrating the soft skin of

your baby.

The Oil Classification

Mineral Oils

Mineral oils are obtained from petroleum. These oils contain zero valuable substances. They are almost non-absorbable,

remaining on the skin surface and clogging up the pores, leaving the skin greasy. The oils are not active.

Refined Oils

The raw materials are processed at high temperatures around 90 degrees and then often chemically purified. Although they are

used primarily in the food industry, these oils contain very small amount of vitamins, minerals and other bio-active substances

due to the high temperatures used during the extraction and the purifying process.

Cold-pressed (Virgin) Oils

The oils are obtained only by mechanical pressing at the maximum temperature of 37 °C. The cold-pressed oils retain all their

flavour, aroma, and nutritional value, making these oils great for cooking and skin care requirements. As they are bio-active, these

oils are easily absorbed and leave the grease-free skin hydrated and flexible. The composition of the cold-pressed oil is very close

to the natural lipids of a human body.

Healthy Edible Oils

Acai Oil (Euterpe Oleracea)

Acai Oil is cold-pressed from seeds of dark purple Acai berries harvested by hand from hanging

branches of palms. It has a mild and a sweet fruity aroma with a deep golden to light brown color

and a similar fatty acid profile to olive oil. The Acai oil, powerful antioxidant, contains an

amazing nutrition of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids that support

cellular structure, phytosterols, vitamins B1, B2, B3, E and C, minerals such as phosphorus,

calcium and potassium. The essential amino acids boosts both, your immunity and energy

levels. The oil also plays an important role in stopping the formation of wrinkles. Vitamin E helps

in improving the blood circulation in the scalp which naturally improves hair growth and

prevents hair loss. Moreover, Acai oil is rich in anthocyanins and phenols which are powerful

antioxidants. It is no secret that Vitamin C is essential for helping to rejuvenate and revitalize

your skin.

Aloe Vera Oil (Aloe Vera)

For many centuries, Aloe Vera is one of the best medicinal plants helping to cure many ailments

and health disorders due to its various healing attributes. It possesses anti-inflammatory, antibacterial,

anti-viral, antifungal, antioxidant and astringent activity. The oil helps people with

arthritis to relief pain and reduces inflammation. Aloe Vera oil contains many antioxidants,

including beta-carotene and vitamins C, A (beta-carotene), E (alpha-tocopherol), B1, B2, and

B6 (choline and folic acid). Among the others Aloe Vera also stimulates cell regeneration and

epidermal growth and promotes quick recovery from the side effects of harmful radiation in

chemotherapy. The Aloe Vera also contains minerals iron copper, magnesium, calcium,

manganese, sodium, potassium, 20 amino acids (7 out of 8 essential amino acids) and

anthraquinones, such as aloe emodin, aloin and cinnamic acid ester. They have shown to have

antiviral effects. It includes lipid compounds (such as arachidonic acid, gamma-linoleic acid

and other phytosterols) as well as polysaccharides, which are carbohydrate molecules with

beneficial features. In skin care, Aloe Vera oil helps the skin heal from sunburn and household

skin burns quickly due to its antioxidant properties. The oil helps soothe and regenerate the

skin, giving it a natural cooling effect. It's also a great natural remedy to cure allergies, insect

bites, irritation, itching and to fight acne. Aloe Vera is used to address common skin problems

like psoriasis, eczema and rashes. It may help to prevent the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles

and stretch marks. Aloe Vera is also an effective hair care agent. Aside from treating dandruff

and dry scalp, the plant can also promote hair growth and keep your locks strong.

Amaranth Oil (Amaranthus Caudatus)

The oil contains lysine, an essential amino acid, which is not a usual component of other

cereals. L-lyslne is an important building element for all the proteins in the human body. It plays

an important role in calcium absorption, in muscle formation, in the post-injury recovery

process and in the production of human hormones, enzymes and antibodies. In addition,

Amaranth is one of the cereals that contain the highest amount of iron. The oil is a source of

calcium, magnesium and folic acid. Nevertheless, SQUALENE is its most precious and unique

component. It is an unsaturated carbohydrate that lowers the level of cholesterol. Amaranth oil

is its biggest natural resource, as it contains as much as 8% of it. Squalene is the basic

component of the human skin which absorbs oxygen and delivers it to various organs.

Angelica / Dong Quai Oil (Angelica Sinensis)

The oil contains numerous healing substances. Due to its spectacular effects on ladies

problems, Angelica is also called ''female ginseng". The effects of Angelica oil on ladies

problems (irregular, insufficient or too strong menstruation) are phenomenal. It is used to ease

the symptoms of the premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It contains phytoestrogens which help to

restore the hormonal balance of the body The effect is very similar to the effect of the female sex

hormones oestrogens. It helps during the menopausal period when there is a lack of this sex

hormone. It eliminates hot flashes, helps against vaginal dryness, reduces the growth of

vaginal yeast infections and helps against other climacteric symptoms. It positively affects

blood circulation and stimulates the immune system. As a strong antioxidant the oil protects

tissues from damage caused by oxygen radicals. It functions as an adaptogen and helps to

overcome stressful situations more easily. The substances contained in the roots have

soothing effects and help in the case of over-irritation.

Anise Seed Oil (Pimpinella Anisum)

The oil has significant antispasmodic effects. Spasms are an excessive contraction of the

respiratory tracts, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and internal organs that result in severe

coughs, cramps, convulsions, obstructed blood circulations, aches in the stomach and chest

and other symptoms. The oil helps to relax the contractions and give relief from the cramps,

coughs, aches, diarrhea and nervous afflictions. It is also remarkable as an expectorant,

helping to lose phlegm deposited in the lungs and respiratory tracts providing relief from a

cough, heaviness in the chest, breathing troubles, asthma, bronchitis, congestion and other

respiratory disorders. The oil has mild purgative properties. However, it is not hard on the

stomach and liver leaving you exhausted and fatigued. The oil is also considered an effective

galactagogue, substance, stimulating or increasing the maternal milk flow. The strong smell

and stimulant properties are supposed to improve your libido and mood.

Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus Armeniaca)

Apricot kernel oil is rich in oleic and linoleic acids, fatty acids which contain vitamins A and E,

essential nutrients for the skin. However, it is unique, comparing to other oils, due to its content

of vitamins B15, B17 and B19 making the oil natural remedy effective against cancer cells,

stimulating creation of red blood cells. Moreover, it contains a big amount of potassium, palmitic

acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid and a range of vitamins A, B, C and F. The oil is also effective

in the treatment of eyesight and various heart-function disorders. In skin care, this very light oil

helps to moisturize the dry, prematurely aged or irritated skin as well as sensitive skin of

newborns and young children.

Argan Oil (Argania Spinosa)

The full-fledged Argan oil is obtained from the kernels (fruit seeds) of Argan trees from Morocco.

Collecting the fruits and all the end-to-end process of making this oil is fully handmade. Seeds

are cold processed. Pure Argan oil has a naturally light, nutty aroma. In order to produce 1l of

this pure oil we need as much as 30kg of fruits and the pressing process takes around 10 hours.

It contains 80% of essential fatty acids as Omega-3, Omega-6 and natural carotenoids. It's

been made several facts about the beneficial effects on health due to the consumption of argan

oil. A research published in 2010 found that argan oil contains higher levels of γ-Tocopherol

than other oils, having a strong chemo-preventive and anti-inflammatory properties. Argan oil

can be used to dip bread or to drizzle on couscous or pasta.

Avocado Oil (Persea Gratissima)

Avocado oil is very tasty oil, similar in odor and taste of the almond, full of vitamins A, B, E and D.

Due to arotenoids and tocopherols, antioxidant substances, the oils helps to rebuild collagen,

repairs cell damage caused by free radicals and improves the look and feel of your skin. The oil

lowers the bad cholesterol and increases the level of good cholesterol. Avocado oil also have a

diverse range of other nutrients and phytochemicals that may have, beyond cholesterol,

vascular health benefits. In particular, potassium and lutein may help promote normal blood

pressure and help to control oxidative/inflammatory stress. These features has significant

effect to reduce vessel clogging and lowers the danger of heart diseases. Lutein is useful

against macular degeneration and blindness.

Basil Seed Oil (Ocimum Basilicum)

Basil oil is a good source of Vitamin A, magnesium, potassium, iron, and calcium.The oil has

disinfection, antiseptic e and antispasmodic effects. It is used to treat the infections of the upper

respiratory tract, providing relief from colds, bronchi, influenza and associated fevers and

symptoms of whooping cough. It is helpful to relief the headaches caused by stress or allergies.

It contains an estrogen hormone-like component. Hence, today many women use basil seed oil

as remedy for menopausal symptoms, particularly for anxiety, depression, sweating or hot

flashes. Moreover, it helps against nausea, digestive or menstrual problems. Basil oil is helps to

reduce the morning sickness of pregnant women, providing relief from gout. Basil seed oil is

used in many skin care supplements to improve the tone of your skin as well as treat the

symptoms of acne and other skin infections.

Beetroot Seed Oil (Beta Vulgaris)

The Beetroot was a reputable remedy in ancient medicine well known for its healing effects.

The oil has beneficial effects in the treatment of liver and kidneys problems, preventing cancer,

treating obesity as well as the flu and the cold. Moreover, it helps with intestine and stomach

disorders, prevents constipation as well as rids of toxic substances from the body. Thanks to its

dissolvable fiber it lowers the cholesterol level and blood pleasure. Beetroot oil contains many

substances like fiber, vitamin B, C and E, magnesium, calcium, copper, zinc, folic acid, iodine

and mainly iron making the oil perfect remedy against anemia .

Black Cumin / Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa)

The oil is the best quality organic cold-processed extract from 100% Egyptian black cumin.

Among other components, it includes thymoquinone, beta-sitosterol, myristic acid, palmitic

acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidonic acid, proteins, vitamin

B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, folic acid, calcium, iron, copper, zinc and phosphor. Black cumin oil

has many important health benefits. Many studies have shown that the substances included in

the seeds helps to stimulate the production of bone marrow and cells of the immune system.

Black cumin oil is commonly used in the treatment of abscesses and tumors of the eye,

stomach and the liver. Apart of its beneficial effects in the cancer treatment, it is used as a

natural remedy for diseases of the respiratory tract like asthma, bronchitis and cold. Moreover,

it treats arthritis, stimulates menstruation, increases the flow of breast milk and boots immunity.

In addition, the oil helps to calm nervous system, increase urination, both in frequency and in

quantity, reduce high blood pleasure, improve digestion system, stimulate physical energy and

cure nervous disorders such as convulsions, anxiety and stress. The oil is also recommended

as an effective cure for skin diseases such as hand eczemas, acne and psoriasis.

Blackcurrant Seed Oil (Ribes Nigrum Zea Mays)

The oil is a very effective remedy for various diseases such as candida, fatigue, high blood

pressure, pain, inflammations and skin diseases. Blackcurrant oil contains rutin, other

flavonoids and a high concentration of vitamin C. It also contains essential fatty acids which are

beneficial for the cardiovascular and the immune system. Moreover, the oil is a natural source

of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and Omega-3 lipids which can hardly be obtained from a food.

Flavonoids and vitamin C are strong antioxidants protecting us from free radicals. In addition,

the oil is well recommended for treating eczemas, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis and

preventing the spread of breast and colon cancer.

Black Sesame Oil (Semen Sesami Nigrum)

The black sesame seeds are a little bitter compared to the white ones, which have a slightly

sweet and nutty flavour. It is a strong antioxidant. Black sesame seeds consist 85-88%

unsaturated fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins B1, B12, PP, magnesium, nickel, iron, copper

and manganese. It affects the quality of the bone tissue, blood formation and fertility. Moreover,

it is very effective in reducing the level of cholesterol and excessive sweating, strengthening the

kidneys and the intestinal tract, improving the condition of arteries, blood and the nervous

system. Furthermore, it influences the quality of hair. Especially it is effective treatment in

reducing grey hair. The oil also reduces blood sugar lowering the risk of diabetes.

Borage Seed Oil (Borago Officinalis)

Borage seed oil has been used to treat fevers and make poultices for wounds and ulcers in the

natural medicine for centuries. Borage oil contains as much as 20% of the essential

prostaglandin- synthesizing gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). A healthy body has no problem to

synthesize this acid, but the deficiency of it leads to many health problems such as eczema

(including the atopic eczema), psoriasis, premenstrual syndrome and others. The oil becomes

ideal food supplement for those suffering from disease like atopic eczema, psoriasis, various

allergies, moulds, PMS syndrome, climacteric problems, immunodeficiency, inflammation

(even rheumatic), premature aging and stress. Moreover, it prevents against heart attack,

protects arteries and helps in the healing process of angina pectoris. In addition, it is a great

natural remedy preventing hair loss and degenerative changes of the nervous system. Thanks

to these attributes, it improves memory and immunity, reduces fat supply, decreases the level of

cholesterol in blood and even fights against cancer. The oil is applicable internally as well as

externally. It is also a strong hepatoprotective agent, preventing the damage to the liver.

Brazil Nut Oil (Bertholletia Excelsa)

The oil contains a high level of vitamin B1. Thanks to that, it is recommended for those who

suffer from nerve disorders such as irritation, depression, memory loss, bad concentration or

low mental efficiency. Furthermore, there is no other oil, which would contain the same

concentration of selenium as Brazil nut oil. Selenium is an effective antioxidant preventing free

radicals, boosting the immune system and supporting healthy and beautiful hair and skin. The

oil is a rich natural source of energy being also effective during anti-smoking treatment.

Broccoli Seed Oil (Brassica Oleracea Var. Italica)

Broccoli seed oil is a great source of isothiocyanates. Numerous studies have shown that the

isothiocyanates have preventive effects against lung cancer, esophageal cancer and other

types of digestive system cancer. Isothiocyanate can also suppress tumours of breast or

prostate. Broccoli also contains indole-3-carbinol which is very important for women. Indole-3-

carbinol improves the ratio between the benign metabolite and the potentially harmful ones.

The oil is also very effective against bacteria that cause stomach ulcers and the inflammations

of the gastric mucosa (Helicobacter pylori). In addition, it stimulates the formation of blood.

Broccoli oil has a high content of the beta-carotene antioxidant, vitamins C and E, folic acid and

iron. The literally extreme levels of calcium make it an effective bone-strengthener. Moreover,

the oil protects and rejuvenates the skin by supporting the cell regeneration. Hence, it is used

as a treatment for various skin disorders, such as eczema and psoriasis, as well as a relief

agent to dehydrate or sensitive skin.

Cabbage Seed Oil (Brassica Oleracea)

Cabbage is a great source of Vitamin C. That is the reason why it is recommended as

prevention remedy against flu and cold. The oil also contains B-complex, vitamin A, D, K and

source of beta-carotene. Due to its composition, it protects skin from UV rays, speeds up the

healing process for wounds and damage tissues, promotes good eye health and regulates the

proper functioning of the nervous system. The oil also acts against Alzheimer’s disease and

improves defence against neural degeneration. Cabbage oil is frequently recommended for

people who want to lose weight in a healthy way.

Camelina Seed Oil (Camelina Sativa)

Camelina oil is obtained from the seeds of Camelina Sativa, commonly known as „False flax”.

The main benefit of Camelina seed oil is a high content of unsaturated fatty acids - 91%,

polyunsaturated – about 60%. Camelina seed oil also contains vitamin E, tocopherols, sterols

and oleic acid. Hence the oil can be used for food as well as cosmetic purposes. It prevents the

cardiovascular system diseases and atherosclerosis, reduces cholesterol, normalizes blood

pressure, stimulates the synthesis of fatty acids in the liver and alleviates inflammation. The oil

can help to keep the hair looking soft and moisturized. Moreover, the oil moisturizes the skin

and prevents it from damage caused by free radicals.

Carrot Seed Oil (Daucus Carota)

Carrot oil has delicious taste due to a high concentration of carbohydrates. It is rich in vitamins

A, B, C, D, E and in minerals as calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, phosphor,

silicon and sulphur. Another key component of the oil is beta-Carotene which has antiinflammatory

effects. Caroten protects the heart and arteries and slows down body and skin

aging. The oil prevents constipation, lowers cholesterol, helps against skin diseases, lowers

blood circulation, alleviates fatigue (lack of energy) and protects eyesight. Carrot oil has

another important plant fibre called pectin. Pectin supports digestion, excretion and sooths the

gastrointestinal tract.

Cedar Oil (Pinus Sibirica)

Thanks for its strong healing abilities, Cedar oil is widely used in the conventional medicine as

well as in the folk medicine. The oil harmonises, cures and nourishes the body. Due to its

extraordinary composition it supports healing and regeneration of tissues, soothing an irritated

nervous system, improving sleep as well as bad skin condition, restoring the immune system

complexly. It also affects the composition of blood and the cholesterol levels; widens arteries.

Moreover, it has beneficial effects to digestive tract as well as men’ s fertility. This natural

remedy is well recommended for healthy development of children and the people suffering from

diabetes. It is considered to be “The most precious among oils”. The therapeutic effect of the

cedar oil has been known for ages as it harmonises hormonal system, increases the physical

and the mental capacity and make the endocrine system and the body stronger in general. In

addition, it prevents sleeping disorders, headaches, fatigue and depression. The oil has also

positive impact to various skin diseases, allergic excesses or burn treatment.

Celery Seed Oil (Apium Graveolens)

Celery oil is an excellent diuretic. It eliminates pathologic fluids and antagonizes retaining water

inside the body effectively. Despite that, the oil supplies the body with important minerals.

Hence, it is suitable for those suffering the obesity caused by the kidney malfunction and the

water retention. It is a great natural remedy for gout and arthritis as it helps to drain the uric acid

out of the body. The oil is an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agent positively affecting the

inflammation of the bladder and various kidney disorders. Moreover, it has a positive effect on

the blood pressure as it dilutes blood, which prevents blood clots. Furthermore, it reduces the

amount of microorganisms; even destroys putrid bacteria. Celery oil calms the nervous system

and prevents muscular cramps. The origin of celery’s reputation as an aphrodisiac is well

known. So the oil also improves the potency and the fertility of men. In summer, it could be used

as a natural repellent. It is suitable for people as well as for pets.

Cherry Kernel Oil (Prunus Avium)

Cherry kernel oil is rich in vitamins A, B, C, E; minerals as magnesium, iron zinc, phosphorus,

calcium, potassium and bioflavonoids. Moreover, the oil contains a high level of iodine that

positively influences activity of thyroid gland and reduces level of the uric acid in the blood.

Cherry oil is strong antioxidant protecting body against free radicals and cancer. It boosts the

immune system. The oil improves the blood circulation, slows down aging, regenerates the

skin, protects the eyesight, prevents macular degeneration, straightens the nervous system

and protects the heart and blood vessels. In addition, the oil helps to relief from insomnia. It has

also intense hydration properties. Cherry kernels contain beta-carotene same as carrots.

Hence, the oil can influence the tone of the skin.

Chia Seed Oil (Salvia Hispanica)

Chia seeds have the best concentration of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. These fatty

acids play an important role in the care of our cells, skin and organs. They support the

absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K. One teaspoon of the oil contains as

much calcium as two glasses of milk. Calcium is a mineral important for strong bones and teeth.

Too little calcium can lead to the bone conditions rickets and osteoporosis. Calcium also has a

role in blood clotting and the regulation of muscle contractions including the heartbeat. Calcium

is also import to keep the liver and the kidneys in good condition. The oil helps people suffering

from kidney diseases to lose weight. Chia seed oil contains antioxidant substances that bind

with the free radicals, rendering them powerless to help you maintain optimal health. The oil

has the highest concentration of plant Omega-3 fatty acids (5 times more than fish oil). Chia

seed oil contains loads of vitamins; mainly B vitamins and mineral substances as calcium,

magnesium, iron and selenium. The oil stimulates the concentration and the memory, provides

the physical energy, positively counteracts Alzheimer disease, accelerates the body response

to inflammations, helps against rheumatoid arthritis, alleviates symptoms of depression and

mood swings and affects the cardiovascular system and the blood pressure. Moreover, the oil

lowers the level of sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. The oil is also used

externally for psoriasis.

Chilli Seed Oil (Capsicum Annuum)

The oil is used externally as massaging oil heating up stiff muscles, alleviating pain and

dissolving under-skin fat. However, Chilli oil is primarily used as a spice. Especially in the Asian

cuisine, the oil is being used as a foundation for sauces or roasted dishes. Once the oil is

opened it is better to be stored it in a fridge in order to prevent its fast oxidization. Chilli oil

significantly enhances the piquant taste of the dish. Hence, it is very good in salads.

Cinnamon Oil (Cinnamomun Zeylanicum)

In the traditional Chinese medicine, cinnamon oil is being used to heat up the body and

increase appetite, both physical and sexual. Moreover, it may help to control blood pressure,

improve digestion, heat up and stimulate the digestive tract, alleviate colic, nausea and

flatulence. The oil has anti-bacterial effects helping to eliminate the bacteria that cause

infections in the urinary tract. It has an ability to appease an irritated stomach and help to treat

stomach ulcers. Cinnamon can decrease the level of glucose and cholesterol for those

suffering from type 2 diabetes as well as positively impact the brain function. In addition,

cinnamon oil has disinfection and antibiotic effects commonly used to guard against the cold,

the cough and the flu. The oil has positive influence on women’s body as it alleviates

menstruation as well as menopausal problems.

Clove Bud Oil (Eugenia Caryophyllus)

The oil is literally a youth and life elixir due to its content. It has unique anaesthetic effects

alleviating itching and regenerating the skin. Clove bud oil helps to relieve toothache; even for

little babies to relieve sore gums. Moreover, it supports wound healing and helps against

bronchitis. The oil is applied in drops. Cloves contain antioxidants, natural preservatives, that

are excellent cure for premature aging and degenerative diseases of all cells and tissues.

Hence, it may be used as preventive guard against cancer. Moreover, the oil has a significant

effect against intestinal parasites.

Coriander Oil (Coriandrum Sativum)

Coriander, or Coriandrum sativum, is a powerful herb with so many health benefits it’s earned

the name the Wonder Herb. The oil is primarily used to alleviate pains, cramps, nausea; to

stimulate digestion and treat yeast infection. Coriander oil was tested against 12 bacterial

stems including E-coli, Salmonella, Bacillus cereusa methicillin and Staphylococcus aureus

(MRSA) by the University of Beira Interior in Portugal. The results have showen slackened

growth of these bacteria and most stems were killed. According to the researcher, coriander oil

may have an important role in the food industry and the health care to tackle various foodborne


Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera)

Coconut oil is a natural plant oil with many benefits for health and weight loss. Coconut oil is

high in natural saturated fats. Saturated fats not only increase the healthy cholesterol (known

as HDL cholesterol) in your body, but also help to convert the LDL “bad” cholesterol into good

cholesterol. By increasing the HDL in the body, it helps promote heart health and lower the risk

of heart diseases. Coconut oil is vastly different from most other fats in the diet. It allows you to

last longer without feeling hungry. Metabolism of oil is similar to metabolism of carbohydrates

just cleavage of glucose is more gradual. Various studies shown the oil is especially helpful in

losing belly fat. Pure coconut oil could be used as a body lotion or a skin oil. It is easily

spreadable and has a very good absorption. It is recommended for dry and damaged skin.

Moreover, coconut oil supports healthy growth of hair and provide the hair a shiny quality.

Cranberry Seed Oil (Vaccinium Macrocarpon)

Cranberry oil contains loads of various nutrients as organic acids, vitamins (mainly C, E and K),

pro-vitamins A and tannins. It is a great antioxidant. Furthermore, it contains citric acid, malic

acid, vitamin Bx and oxalic acid. It is also rich in various mineral substances as potassium,

magnesium, calcium, phosphor and sodium. Flavonoids also heavily represented in this oil

have several amazing properties reducing the creation of blood clots, lowering high blood

pressure, improving blood flow, slowing down the progress of arteriosclerosis and preventing

arteries from clogging. If you suffer from the inflammation of the urinary tract then use

cranberries in any natural form as the oil, juice, tea, marmalade or dried fruit. Cranberries are

the number one in the natural pharmacy. At the beginning of 20th century scientists found out

that cranberries contain acids which do not oxidize in the body. If they settle in the urinary tract,

they can cover the surface of some organs and create something like a protective shield. This

mechanism does not allow the E-coli bacteria or other infections to attach to the walls of the

bladder, reproduce and spread into the surrounding tissues and structures.

Cucumber Seed Oil (Cucumis Sativus)

Cucumber seed oil is cold pressed oil obtained from cleaned and dried cucumber seeds. Once

the oil gets filtrated it results in a bright yellow colour with slight aroma of a fresh cucumber. The

oil contains approximately 14 to 20% of oleic acid and 60 to 68% of Omega-3 linoleic acid. You

can use it on its own as a skin moisturiser and as protein rich hair treatment. It absorbs almost

instantly to then, protect the skin from free radicals, to restore hydration balance, to smooth the

surface of the skin, to improve the flexibility of the skin, to nourish and stimulate skin cells and

support the regeneration of healthy skin cells. Time to say goodbye to conventional

moisturizers! The edible cucumber seed oil is used in everything; from smoothie recipes to skin

care as an effective agent treating dry skin, eczemas, psoriasis, acne, sunburns and cellulite

Lightly, apply cucumber seed oil along the top of the cheekbones to reduce dark circles and

puffiness. Do not apply it to your eyelids. You can apply it to your eyebrows to help reduce upper

eyelid puffiness.

Elderberry Seed Oil (Sambucus Nigra)

The oil contains a high proportion of alpha linolenic acid and linoleic acid. Elderberry Seed Oil

also contains vitamin E and phytosterols making it ideal for refining foods and beverages. The

oil is used for cooking meat, fish and vegetables. The oil is often used to treat allergies and skin

eczemas. It has anti-inflammatory effects stimulating a muscle-tension. It well protects from UV

radiation. The precious oil is high in antioxidants, and can support the immune system,

protecting against colds and fevers. It supports defamation, lowers blood pressure, helps with

the kidney and bladder diseases and improves the heart function. The oil is also recommended

to stimulate the production of breast-milk.

Evening Primrose Seed Oil (Oenothera Biennis)

Evening primrose oil is made from the seeds of the flowers native to North America. The oil

contains high level of linolenic acid and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). GLA is an Omega-6 fatty

acid found in plant oils. Researchers believe some women experience premenstrual syndrome

(PMS) because they are sensitive to normal prolactin levels in the body. GLA converts to a

substance in the body (prostaglandin E1) thought to help prevent prolactin from triggering

PMS. Hence, the oil is traditionally used to minimize various menstrual problems; premenstrual

syndrome as well as breast pain, painful or irregular period. Evening primrose seed oil is also a

rich source of essential fatty acid. In addition, it effectively reduces the level of cholesterol in

blood, lowers high blood pressure having a positive impact on blood clotting. The oil supports

weight-lost and prevents obesity. In our culture, most overweight results from excessive

consumption of sweet and starchy foods. If we limit our intake of carbohydrates to our body’s

energy requirement, normal body weight is one of the benefits. Fats suppress appetite and

therefore help to stabilize body weight. The good fats (Omega-3 especially and Omega-6)

increase body fat burning, decrease body fat production and increase body heat production;

resulting in a fat burnoff without exercise. Evening primrose seed oil is suitable for diabetic

patients as it improves insulin utilization. High doses of essential fatty acids (evening primrose

oil, fish oils and flaxseed oil) and high doses of vitamin E are also usually effective in cooling off

an overactive thyroid, eventually settling into hypothyroidism.

Fig Seed Oil (Ficus Carica)

The oil has a soothing and positive effect on the nerves and the brain; as it has similar effects as

an antidepressant to improve mood. Fig seed oil contains magnesium, manganese, iron,

copper, potassium and vitamins (mainly K and B6). It includes the highest amount of calcium

out of all types of the fruits. Phenols are preventing cell damage and lowers the risk for heart

disease. So the oil regulates kidney and liver functions, lowers blood pressure, prevents

cancer, acts against the constipation. Moreover, the oil may be used as a lotion or scrub to

reduce inflammation and redness of the skin. Fig seed oil is ideal to soothe out dry, damage and

rough hair. It hydrates the scalp, making it lustrous and voluminous. Add a few drops of fig oil to

your hair mask and apply it on the hair and scalp. Wash it off after one hour to get silky and

smooth hair.

Flax Seed Oil (Linum Usitatissimum)

One thing is for sure; flaxseed oil benefits include being one of the nature’s richest and best

sources of vegetable-based, vital Omega-3 fatty acids. Extremely nutritious and diseasepreventing

flaxseed oil is loaded with healthy Omega-3s, fatty acids that have been associated

with healthier brains and hearts, better moods, decreased inflammation, and healthier skin and

hair. Flax is also the richest source of the plant elements with antiviral, fungicidal, bactericidal

and anti-cancer properties, called lignans. Diets rich in lignans may reduce blood cholesterol

and triglyceride levels, as well as blood pressure; three risk factors for heart disease. It is not

recommend the use of flaxseed oil in cooking, since it is much too easily oxidized. However, it is

completely fine to add flaxseed oil to foods after they have been heated.

Ginger Oil (Zingiber Officinale)

The oil has preventive effects against nausea, including motion sickness. It supports digestion,

treats upset stomach, improves the functioning of the intestines, relieves colic and flatulence

and stimulate the immune system. Using ginger oil regularly can help reduce your risk of blood

clots and arteriosclerosis, as well as help decrease the bad cholesterol levels in your blood.

Since ginger root and ginger oil are both good expectorants, they are effective in treating

various respiratory problems such as cold, cough, flu, asthma, bronchitis and breathlessness.

In addition, it stops inflammations accompanying rheumatic pains and swellings. Research has

shown that ginger helps to slow down the loss of brain cells that typically is a precursor to

Alzheimer’s. With an increased function in the circulatory system, it is no wonder that ginger oil

has been referenced as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years.

Goji Berry Oil (Lycium Barbarum)

Goji berry oil is obtained from the dried fruits of Chinese boxthorn (lyceum chinensis). The Goji

berry, also known as a „Wolfberry“ is one of the most valuable fruit on the Earth. Goji berry oil

contains 19 different amino acids. It contains vitamins C, B1, B2, B6 and E; and a complete

spectrum of antioxidant carotenoids, including beta-carotene (a better source than even

carrots) and zeaxanthin (protects the eyes). The goji berry is the richest source of carotenoids

of all known foods. It has 15 times more nutritional iron than spinach. It is nearly impossible to

describe all the benefits of adding Goji berry oil into your diet; in a single article. However,

among the other benefits, it improves immune function and fights cancer, promotes healthy

skin, protects eye health, helps to stabilize blood sugar, detoxifies the liver, boosts fertility and

keeps your energy and mood up. Try it!

Grapefruit Seed Oil (Citrus Paradisi)

The characteristic bitter taste of grapefruits is caused by its substance called Naringin. Naringin

has antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic and cholesterol lowering benefits stimulating the

metabolism. The oil is rich in vitamin C, B1 and K. The most active substances of the oil are

hidden in the pips of the grapefruit that contain loads of bioflavonoids. They prevent bacteria,

viruses and moulds from their reproduction, ease digestion, cleans the body and strengthens

the immunity. Hence the oil may be used as a natural remedy preventing cold, infections,

inflammation, improving blood circulation, increasing the immunity of mucous membranes and

improving the level of cholesterol in the blood. Grapefruit seed oil is rich in the antioxidants that

are able to catch free oxygen radicals, strengthen artery walls and prevent their fragility.

Furthermore, it prevents blood platelets from clustering and a consequent formation of blood


Grape Seed Oil (Vitis Vinifera)

The oil is rich in bioactive substances, fatty acids, beta-Carotene and vitamins C and E. Clinical

tests have proven that the substances obtained in the grape oil increase the skin elasticity and

the firmness of arteries and veins. The combination of the vitamins E and C results in a strong

antioxidant agent. Grape oil also reduces the formation of varicose veins, alleviates leg pain,

reduces the histamine levels and dissolves the cholesterol in bile; so that it cannot form stones.

Due to its clean, light taste, and high polyunsaturated fat content, it may be used as an

ingredient in salad dressings, pasta and mayonnaise as well as a base for oil infusions of garlic,

rosemary or other herbs or spices.

Graviola / Soursop Oil (Annona Muricata)

Soursop is the fruit of the evergreen tree, Annona muricata; native to the tropical regions of

South America and Africa. The fruit is most popular for its anti-cancer effects, although, it is very

effective against many other health problems. The oil is replete with antioxidants. These

antioxidants, especially vitamins C and E, zinc, and beta-carotene, have been found to

decrease the risk of eye disease. The antioxidants also reduce oxidative stress, which can

otherwise cause cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. The oil can treat a wide

range of infections, both bacterial and fungal infections, as well as internal parasitic worms. As

per a report by the University of Connecticut, soursop can be used extensively for the treatment

of stress and other issues like depression as it reduces high blood pressure. Moreover, the oil is

widely used to enhance immunity. Soursop is also rich in ascorbic acid (vitamin C) that

strengthens and boosts the immune system and beta-Carotene, the precursor of vitamin A, that

also contributes to an enhanced immune system.

Guava Seed Oil (Psidium Guajava)

Due to its high content of potassium, intake of guava seed oil helps regulate blood pressure. It is

interesting to note that a guava has almost 60 percent more potassium than a medium-sized

banana; which the most famous natural source of potassium controlling high blood pressure.

Guava oil is also rich in fibre, mineral substances such as calcium, phosphor, magnesium, zinc

and vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, niacin (B3) and super-rich in vitamin C, which are good antioxidants

and detoxifiers. Guava Seed oil has an impressive content of linoleic fatty acid. Pink guavas

contain twice the amount of lycopene present in tomatoes. Lycopene is an antioxidant that

protects your skin from being damaged by UV rays and environmental pollution. It keeps

arteries healthy and maintains good blood flow preventing arteriosclerosis and keeping your

brain function positive. It’s well recommended for smokers as the consummation of the oil

neutralises the effect of nicotine. Hence, it helps to overcome the nicotine addiction. Moreover,

it has laxative effect and destroys toxins. It addition, it contains collagen which is helpful to

keep bones, the skin and arteries healthy.

Hazelnut Oil (Corylus Avellana)

Hazelnut has a special place among other nuts for its unique ability to protect the body against

diseases. They're the most consistently rewarding nuts, important nutrition source in a wellbalance

diet for its special combination of proteins, carbohydrates, beta-sitosterol, vitamins

and minerals like calcium, iron, zinc and potassium. Hazelnut oil is the best-known sources of

vitamin E, important in maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails. The B vitamins are important in

proper cell and energy metabolism. Hazelnuts are also a rich source of potassium, calcium and

magnesium. The minerals provide many health benefits, including regulating a healthy blood

pressure. The oil also contains linoleic acid which is important in the growth and healthy

development of the body. However, hazelnuts are also a good source of oleic acid. Oleic acid

can help to lower levels of bad cholesterol, LDL, and can raise levels of good cholesterol, HDL,

in the body. There were various researchers found that those who consumed hazelnuts twice or

more in a week had an approx. 50 percent lower risk of sudden cardiac death than those who

rarely or never consumed hazelnuts.

Hemp Seed Oil (Cannabis Sativa)

The nutritional benefits of hemp seed oil have been recognized for centuries. Hemp seed oil

contains more than 75% of unsaturated fatty acids, mainly essential fatty acids as Omega-6

linoleic acid, Omega-6 gamma-linoleic acid and Omega-3 linoleic acid. These linoleic acids

cannot be synthesized by humans and they are necessary for reducing level of histamine,

healing skin diseases, etc. Moreover, the oil contains a large amount of vitamins as A, B1, B2,

B3, B6, C, D and E. As the human body is not able to produce the majority of these bioactive

substances, it is fully dependent on their supply from food. Long-term effects of lack of vitamins

and minerals can prove to cause the numerous civilization diseases such as heart and arterial

diseases, low immunity, digestive disorders, allergy, eczema and others.

Macadamia Nut Oil (Macadamia Ternifolia)

Macadamia nut oil, made of unroasted macadamia nuts, has an amazing effect on the skin, nail

and the hair, especially chemically treated hair. It contains vitamin B, calcium, iron and

phosphor. As natural moisturizing oil, it increases the gloss, rehydrates hair and makes the hair

more flexible, helps to prevent the damage and splitting of hair ends. It is recommended to

lightly apply the oil from the hair roots down to the end and then comb it through the hair evenly.

The best effect is achieved by applying the oil on towel dried hair. Macadamia nut oil can be a

wonderful way to moisturize the skin on a daily basis, particularly for men who regularly shave.

Rather than using traditional shaving oils, the smooth, anti-inflammatory nature of macadamia

nut oil can help soothe the skin and moisturize it at the same time, leaving smooth, healthier

skin behind. It’s also widely used for treating dry and damaged skin around nails. We would

suggest heating the oil first then let it cool down to room temperature and massage it to the

scalp and the hair or dry spots on the skin.

Milk Thistle Seed Oil (Silybum Marianum)

Milk thistle seed has a history dating back over two thousand years as a favourite natural

remedy among herbalists for its positive effects on the liver and gallbladder. The active

component, Silymarin, is an antioxidant that reduces free radical production and oxidative

damage. The liver is an essential organ that is responsible for several major metabolic and

digestive functions of the body. One of its most important functions is to detoxify the body by

neutralizing and eliminating the extra toxins that our bodies are exposed to. When

inappropriate nutrition is provided as high amounts of saturated fatty acids, additives, nitrates,

alcohol and synthetic drugs, liver will suffer leading to symptoms of ill-health. The oil is used to

cure various blood-circulation disorders and cardiovascular system, helping against low blood

pressure, regulating the tone in arteries and helping against migraines and dizziness.

Moreover, the oil strengthens the whole organism, cures different types of allergies such as

hives or the hay fever, helps during asthmatic attacks and eliminates motion sickness. In

addition, it may be used to treat stomach and duodenal ulcers. The oil is also widely used by

physicians to cure varicose veins and haemorrhoidal disease.

Moringa Seed Oil (Moringa Oleifera)

Moringa oleifera, a multipurpose tree native to the foothills of the Himalayas in north-western

India, is the source to produce this oil extremely rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids. It

contains 3 times more iron than spinach, as much protein as eggs, 7 times more vitamin C than

oranges, 4 times more vitamin A than carrots, 3 times more potassium than bananas and 4

times more calcium than milk. Moringa seeds oil is very beneficial to boost the immune system

and energy, providing nutrition for eyes and the brain, balancing the sugar level in blood and

stimulating the functioning of the liver and the kidneys. The high level of magnesium together

with zinc and vitamin E prevents the absorption of sodium and so it reduces high blood

pressure, protects the heart, prevents stroke and contributes to improved elasticity of arteries.

The oil is very useful part of medicine cabinets as it may be used against insect bites, scratches

or burns. It’s proven the oil has antibiotic and anti-mould effects. Hence it is great natural

remedy for skin inflammations and mycoses. In addition, the oil is used in cosmetic industry as it

reduces wrinkles on the face, on the neck and around eyes, supports the vitality, strengthens

the skin and beautifies and lights up the face. Moringa seed oil is the most valuable plant oil

used in natural cosmetic.

Mustard Seed Oil (Sinapis Alba)

Apart from the taste, benefits of mustard seeds and the easy availability made them very

popular source for our health too. The oil contains vitamin E which helps to reduce cholesterol;

and with the combination of protein, calcium, vitamin A and E, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty

acids, helps to also strengthen hair and prevent the hair loss. Mustard seeds are good source of

dietary fibres that improve digestion in the body. They make the bowel movements better, thus

improving the overall metabolism of the body. The oil is also recommended in the case of the

bad functioning of the intestines as it stimulates the production of gastric acids, bile production.

Moreover, mustard seed oil is used to harden the arteries, lower high blood pressure, alleviate

Asthma and other respiratory issues.

Oregano Seed Oil (Origanum Vulgare)

Oregano seed oil is pressed from aromatic, Mediterranean plant seeds, that traditionally have

been used to support breathing, digestion and joint function. Oregano is great remedy to

prevent moulds outside or inside the body, as it contains high-quality antiseptic carvacrol,

working as a natural killer of microbes, bacteria and viruses. Due to its highly effective antiviral,

antifungal, antibacterial, anti-yeast (e.g. Candida albicans) and disinfecting properties the oil

has proven to be, in many cases, more effective than common antibiotics (penicillin,

streptomycin and vancomycin); especially against Staphylococcus bacteria. Hence, it may be

used as an effective medicine for bacterias resistant to antibiotics. Oregano seed oil is suitable

for people suffering from fungi, yeast, skin and mucosal infection. Moreover, it is a strong

antioxidant and a natural antibiotic with anti-inflammatory effects, used as a preventive and a

supportive treatment of digestive, gastric and biliary problems. It is also very good as a

supportive treatment against helicobacter infection and its prevention. In addition, the oil has a

beneficial effect in the case of respiratory-tract infections, the inflammation of the middle ear,

allergies and asthma. Oregano essential oil has been shown to help heal psoriasis, eczema,

athlete’s foot, flu and other infectious ailments. Furthermore, it can be used to treat bacterial

infections like E. Coli, giardiasis, and food poisoning. It relieves congestion, and certain studies

also say that it is a powerful painkiller, with the added benefit that it works without having any

strong side effects.

Parsley Seed Oil (Carum Petroselinum)

The production of this oil is very difficult as the parsley seeds are extremely small. Parsley seed

oil belongs among the rarer oils. It has strong taste. The oil is very effective to treatment the

kidney or bladder diseases. A long-term use of the oil proved the effect against the unpleasant

urinary incontinence. Moreover, it helps in the case of sight disorders and night blindness.

Parsley seed oil contains unsaturated fatty acids, potassium, magnesium, iron as well as

vitamins A, B, C, E and F.

Peanut Oil (Arachis Hypogaea)

The oil has a pleasant light neutral and sometimes slightly nutty flavour. Peanut oil, also known

as groundnut oil, has a high smoke point of about 232°C which makes it perfect for frying. Not

only does peanut oil lack cholesterol, it can actually reduce your current levels of cholesterol

due to the presence of plant sterols. These phytosterols actually compete for cholesterol

absorption in the stomach and gut, which can lower your cholesterol levels by 10-15%! It

contains monounsaturated fatty acids, like oleic acid, which increase the levels of “good

cholesterol”, called HDL, in the blood. This beneficial cholesterol actually helps to scrape off

and reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) and lower your risk of developing coronary heart diseases

and strokes. Peanut oil is quite rich in vitamin E, which is an essential vitamin for human beings,

particularly important in the maintenance and health of the skin. Peanut oil has high levels of

polyphenol antioxidants, including resveratrol, which helps to decrease blood pressure, reduce

stress on the cardiovascular system and improve your immune system.

Peppermint Seed Oil (Mentha Piperita)

Peppermint seed oil may be the most versatile essential oil in the world. Peppermint is well

known as a prevention of infections and inflammations as well as natural herb used to ease

expectoration, clear stuffy cavities and respiratory tract. The oil is used as natural alternative to

drugs like Buscopan to reduce spasms of the colon, relieving intestinal problem, stomach

cramps and bloating. Furthermore, it may also help quell motion sickness during travel and

hysteria. Peppermint seed oil is a very effective natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. It is

especially helpful in soothing aching back, sore muscles, and melting away a tension

headache. Thanks to its cooling effect on the skin it helps to eliminate swellings, brings down

the body during extreme heats and a fever and alleviates a painful period of menopausal

symptoms. It’s recommended to apply it in a poultice on the breasts to relief mammary glands

and help to get rid of coagulated milk Peppermint seed oil has been often used to naturally

freshen breath. According to studies, peppermint oil performed better than the mouthwash

chemicals chlorhexidine at reducing cavities. Literally, there are few body, health, and mind

issues that it cannot help.

Plum Kernel Oil (Prunus Domestica)

This relatively new oil is rich in oleic acid (60 – 80%), linoleic acid (15 – 25%), alpha-tocopherol

(vitamin E), vitamin B, pro-vitamin B5 (beta-Carotene) and beta-Sitosterol. Hence, the oil

possesses revitalizing, hydrating and antioxidant properties, which prevents the chances of

signs of ageing. The intake of Plump kernel oil stimulates water circulation in body, treats

constipation caused by the lack of fluids and promotes urination. The oil is clear to golden

yellow in colour. It has mild, sweet, marzipan and nutty aroma with neutral odour. It is rich in

unsaturated fats and Vitamin E which is helpful for stressed and dry skin. It’s no secret it is the

fastest-absorbing oil leaving the skin beautiful, hydrated and soft.

Pomegranate Seed Oil (Punica Granatum)

The high content of punicic acid in pomegranates is also responsible for its ability to manage

cholesterol and even reduce body mass index, or BMI. Punicic acid, as mentioned, is an

Omega-5 fatty acid, a form of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), and one of only a few found in the

plant kingdom. Largely thanks to punicic acid that makes up 80% of the oil, it has been shown in

scientific researches to fight cancer (breast and prostate), atherosclerosis and obesity.

Pomegranate seed oil is very useful in the cosmetic industry as an anti-aging cosmetic agent,

softening, protecting and nourishing the skin. It also contains a human compatible form of proestrogen

which enhances skin texture in both men and women by supporting hormonal

balance. The oil also alleviates menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, sweating, mood

swings, vaginal dryness, dampened libido and other hormone imbalances.

Poppy Seed Oil (Papaver Somniferum)

You can use poppy seed oil as a substitute for hemp and flax oil as it provides a pleasant nutty

flavour; suitable for cold cuisine, salads, sauces, spreads and for seasoning ready meals.

However, poppy seed oil is less greasy and includes higher content of unsaturated fatty acids.

These attributes along with its high concentration of calcium and magnesium make the oil an

ideal natural remedy for people suffering from bad-quality hair, nails and those diagnosed with

osteoporosis. In addition, it is suitable for dry, eczematous and inflammatory skin. At the same

time, it regenerates the skin, hydrates it and making the skin silky and soft. What many people

do recognize is that poppy seeds oil calms the nervous system, improves brain health,

alleviates headaches and relieves muscle cramps.

Pumpkin Seed Oil (Cucurbita Pepo)

Only the finest Styrian pumpkin seeds are slowly roasted at a low temperature and pressed into

a pure oil in a dark green colour and hints of smoky caramel and nutty flavour. The oil contains

all the important substances for health in their natural form, such as potassium, phosphor,

magnesium, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, selenium, zinc and vitamins E, B1, B2, B6, C, A

and D. Moreover, it contains high level of unsaturated fatty acids lowering the level of

cholesterol, reducing the danger of a heart attack and cardiovascular diseases, slowing down

hardening of the skin and reducing the skin inflammation. It’s used to address enlarged

prostate symptoms and affects urinary function in a positive way. Furthermore, it lowers levels

of DHT in men and prevents hair loss. In addition, it contains a lot of antioxidants (alpha, gamma

tocopherol) which are able to catch free radicals in the circulatory system. In Austria, Pumpkin

seed oil was originally used for medicinal reasons. It was not until recently when the oil has

become a culinary phenomenon. You can literally drizzle it over everything, even a yogurt or a

vanilla ice cream!

Raspberry Seed Oil (Rubus Idaeus)

The cold-pressed oil from raspberry seeds is rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. In total,

it contains up to 83% essential fatty acids. It is very rich in alpha and gamma tocopherols

(Vitamin E), polyphenols and vitamin C and A. A study done in the year 2000 showed that

raspberry seed oil has UV protection comparable to titanium dioxide. The SPF value was found

to be 28-50 for UVB rays, and around 7.5 for UVA rays. UVB rays are the rays that cause

sunburn. UVA rays contribute to aging and skin cancer. The oil protects skin for a whole day due

to very strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of carotenoids and phytosterols.

Moreover, Vitamin A is beneficial for oily and acne skin, effective in treatment of eczema,

psoriasis and other skin conditions. Among the other benefits of Raspberry oil, it is widely

known for its benefits used against the inflammation of the gums and the soothing effects on the

scalp. As such, the inclusion of raspberry oil in your hair’s treatment can maintain your hair from

the root to the tip, adding strength and an illustrious shine. It is very well absorbed.

Reishi Spore Oil (Ganoderma Lucidum)

Reishi mushroom, also known by its Chinese name, lingzhi (Ling Zhi), is a potent fungus which

has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine. It is especially good at modifying

the immune system by increasing it when weakened. The oil is suppressing the expansion of

tumour cells and is reducing toxic and side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Reishi

spore oil helps to regenerate the liver and the kidneys that were burdened by traditional

medicine or alcohol. The oil is a natural antioxidant acting against free radicals. It includes

approx. 400 different bioactive compounds, having numerous positive effects to both, your

physical and mental health, including boosting immunity, affecting positively the endocrine

system, balancing the blood sugar level, increasing physical resistance to various diseases,

strengthening the heart, lowering the level of cholesterol in blood and blood pressure,

activating T lymphocytes, increasing the number of leukocytes in blood, easing pain and

calming central nervous system. Recent researches has found that it is also useful for sleep.

Introduction Reishi is no doubt the most famous of all medicinal mushrooms. Reishi spore oil is

100% pure essence of reishi spores, which makes it 100times more effective than any other

Reishi supplement on the market.

Rosehip Oil (Rosa Canina)

Rosehip oil is amazing. Its anti-aging effects are out of this world. The oil is “dry oil” as is quickly

absorbed by the skin, not leaving a greasy film. Rosehip is a fairly new ingredient in modern

cosmetic skin care products; key ingredient for expensive anti-wrinkle creams. As the oil

contains high amount of vitamin A, C and E, minerals and unsaturated fatty acids it helps to

various skin disorders such as stretch marks, damages caused by UV radiation, scars after

surgery, acne, eczema, psoriasis, wrinkles, premature aging of the skin, pigment spots, burns

and age spots. Apart from cosmetic benefits, the oil is proven to provide other health benefits as

it boosts immunity, improves blood pressure, repairs brittle nails, moisturizes dry and damaged


Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus Officinalis)

Rosemary oil has an essential impact on the brain and the central nervous system. It stimulates

the mind and mental consciousness as well as improves the memory. It is often used by

students during exams because it increases concentration and helps in studying efficiently.

Rosemary oil also helps against headaches, migraine, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion and

stress. Since rosemary oil also has antiseptic qualities, it is also effective for respiratory

infections, bronchitis, catarrh, sinusitis and whooping cough. Moreover, it is very effective

remedy in case of intestinal infections, diarrhoea, colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, and liver and

gallbladder disorders. It helps to ease the pain caused by rheumatism and arthritis. It also helps

people diagnosed with atherosclerosis, heart palpitations, bad blood circulation and varicose

veins. People of the Mediterranean countries, such as France, Spain and Italy, have been using

rosemary for centuries for hair care. The influence of an increased blood circulation in the scalp

effectively encourages new hair growth. Rosemary oil is an astringent. When applied on the

skin, it pulls the skin cells together as though trying to shrink or compress them. This effect

reduces sagging in skin and makes it stronger and more supple. It also helps to alleviate

swelling and provides relief from pain, due to muscular knots - like in the back, and fatigue.

Sasha Inchi Oil (Plukenetia Volubilis)

Sacha Inchi nut oil is derived from the seeds of the fruit Plukentia volubilis. The tree is native to

the area surrounding the Amazon River. The oil contains over 90% of polyunsaturated fatty

acids. This amount is not contained in any other plant oil. It contains approx. 48% of Omega-3

(which is approx. 15 times more than Wild Pink Salmon), 35% of Omega-6 and 9% of Omega-

9. The oil also contains 33% of proteins, 50% of antioxidants, iodine, vitamin A and E. Hence,

Sacha Inchi oil is often recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women due to its positive

impact for baby’s brain development and the nervous system. It strengthens bones, helps to

prevent osteoporosis, and eases joint pain and rheumatoid arthritis. Sasha Inchi oil contains a

descent amount of tryptophan, a precursor for serotonin. Serotonin is a feel-good hormone and

neurotransmitter that helps us deal with stress and feel calm and happy. The vitamin E, vitamin

A, and omegas in Sacha Inchi oil can improve vision and maintain eye health. Like the brain, the

eyes rely on a good amount of fat, and are prone to inflammatory damage, especially as we get

older. The health benefits of Sacha Inchi oil are incredible. Just add this oil to your diet and you

will soon start to notice a difference as it slows down an aging process of the body and the skin

as well as boosts the immune system.

Safflower Seed Oil (Carthamus Tinctorius)

Safflower, also known as “false saffron” is a plant very similar to the sunflower. Safflower seeds

and seed oil are laxative, diuretic and bitter tonics. The oil is rich in inolenic and linoleic acids.

Therefore, it is an excellent source to lower the total cholesterol level and prevent “hardening of

the arteries”. It is suitable for diabetes patients too. Safflower oil is being used to treat

inflammation of the gastric mucosa, bronchi, kidneys and joints. The oil contains chemicals that

may thin the blood to prevent clots, widen blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and stimulate

the heart. Moreover, it also contains substance called crocetin (natural carotenoid dicarboxylic

acid) that is theorized as a serum preventing a heart attack and hardening of veins, reducing

blood pressure and regulating the correct function of the thyroid.

Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil (Hippophae Rhamnoides)

Sea buckthorn oil is powerful, nutrient rich oil used to treat many internal and external health

conditions. The oil is rich in ten antioxidant vitamins, fifteen trace elements, oils, unsaturated

fatty acids and biologically active substances. It belongs among the greatest sources of vitamin

A, E, C, K being rich in Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9 and Omega-7. It may be added to

mineral water, tea, curd, yoghurt, muesli and candies. Sea buckthorn oil is an extraordinary

natural remedy supporting both, mental and physical health.

Siberian Fir Oil (Abies Sibirica)

The Siberian fir tree is a tall evergreen conifer native to Russia and Canada. Siberian Fir has a

unique chemical composition which includes bornyl acetate that provides anti-bacterial, antimycosis

, antiviral and antiseptic effects. Primarily, it eases expectoration. It may be inhaled in

the case of the diseases affecting the upper respiratory tract. There are many factors that affect

our metabolism, but fir needle essential oil can act as a general body stimulant, increasing

everything from our digestive rate, metabolism, immunity, energy to our heart rate; the health

in general. Among the other benefits, the oil is recommended to cure cold, flu, bronchitis,

inflammation of the cervix, pneumonia, angina, hoarseness, mucus overproduction, the

inflammation of the oral mucosa, skin and joints as well as nerves, neuralgia, arthritis, burns,

frostbites, decubitus, bacterial eczema, skin infections, lichen, hard-to-heal wounds, foot

mycosis, acne, wrinkles, anal itching and kidney stones. You know what the fresh smell of a

beautiful pine forest smells like. Siberian fir oil can actually decrease the amount of bacteria in

your body that helps those suffering from offensive body odor, leaving you smelling fresh as the


St. John´s Wort Cosmetic Oil (Hypericum Perforatum)

The key effects of St. John´s Wort oil are cleaning, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. It is

suitable for treating sun-burnt skin, inflamed wounds and contusions. It relieves muscular and

energy blockages, easing the aching pains of arthritis, muscle or a joint discomfort. St. John´s

Wort oil has stimulating effects during depression and nerve problems. It is commonly used as

a stimulant in case of hormonal imbalance and reduced vitality. The oil supplies the skin with the

necessary bioactive substances, which increase its ageing resistance.

Strawberry Seed Oil (Fragaria Ananassa)

The oil is a very rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, beta-carotene, ellagic acid (effective antioxidant )

and minerals such as boron, potassium, fluorine, phosphor, magnesium, cobalt, sulphur and

calcium. The amount of the vitamin C included in strawberries is comparable to citrus fruits.

However, strawberries are one of the strongest antioxidants. Strawberry oil protects our sight,

provides healthy colour to skin, stimulates mucosal regeneration and regulates blood pressure.

Moreover, the oil is good for blood formation, healthy tissues, nourishing of the brain and the

nerves. The oil supports drainage of the body. Hence, it is used against excessive retaining of

water. In addition, it stimulates the detoxification, bonds toxic substances and drains them out

of the body. The oil is beneficial for healthy and beautiful skin and hair. Strawberry mask, the

mixture of strawberry oil and lemon juice rubbed into skin, purifies the skin, fades freckles and

improve the overall condition of your skin.

Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis)

The nutty oil is made of unroasted sweet almond kernels. Now we know it is rich in all basic

nutrition such as proteins, complete range of essential amino acids, linoleic acid,

carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals like zinc, copper or manganese. The concentration of

calcium in sweet almonds is higher than in the milk. Thanks to its great composition and the

fact, that it is easy to digest, sweet almond oil is beneficial in the case of nervous-system

disorders, stress, mental and physical fatigue, high cholesterol, heart diseases,

arteriosclerosis, bone problems and diabetes. Apart from adding the almond oil in your diet, you

can also use almond oil to get rid of the stretch marks as it tightens the skin. Hence, it is popular

to be applied in stomach, breasts and areas prone to stretching in pregnancy. Sweet almond oil

is one of the strongest natural stimulants, supporting hair growth and strength.

Tea Seed / Camellia Oleifera Oil (Camellia Oleifera)

The daily intake of Tea seed oil helps to boosts the immunity as it contains vitamins, A, B, and E

as well as various minerals as phosphorus, zinc, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.

Camellia oil is an excellent emollient and wonderful moisturizer. Furthermore, it helps to restore

proper pH balance providing effective shield to protect skin from penetration of environmental

pollutants. In China, tea seed oil is used by women for beauty purposes by adding it to various

homemade topical application products. Oil penetrated into the deepest layers of the skin gets

rapidly absorbed, helping to lower paleness and dryness of skin. It also speeds up healing

process of wounds, scrapes, cuts and acne scars. The anti-aging properties found in Tea seed

oil also helps to lower the sun damage. Camellia oil is ideal for deep frying due to its high smoke

point of 252 °C. It is used for deep frying, stir frying and as well as salad dressing.

Thyme Oil (Thymus Vulgaris)

The oil is effective remedy curing bronchitis, whooping cough as well as infections in upper

respiratory tract. It’s proven that it can appease the cough and stimulate expectoration.

Moreover, it has anti-inflammatory effect. Thyme oil is a popular aromatherapy oil for numerous

reasons, but primarily due to its stress-relieving abilities. Its characteristic aromatic scent is

constructed by phenols Thymol (20-25%) and Carvacrol (10-30%). Inhaling thyme oil or

topically applying some diluted oil to your temples, chest or neck can help lower your overall

stress levels and leave you feeling energized in a positive way. Phenols are known to be very

effective antibacterial agent against pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and fungi.

Tomato Seed Oil (Solanum Lycopersicum)

Tomato is a superfruit! Tomato seeds contains vitamins A, C, K, folate, potassium, calcium and

lycopene known as the strongest antioxidant of plant origin. The oil protects the body from

serious diseases. It positively affects the heart, blood pressure, skin and eyes. Moreover, the oil

is preventive agent against Cervical dysplasia (CIN), protects tissue in the cervix, prevents the

breast cancer, cancer development and neutralizes free radicals. Regular drinking of tomato oil

can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by up to 43%. It is not the most popular oil, that’s for sure!

Try it as it has amazing benefits.

Turmeric Oil (Curcuma Longa)

Aside its lengthy history as a medicine, spice and colouring agent the turmeric essential oil is an

extremely impressive natural health agent. In Ayurvedic medicin, it is used to treat

inflammatory, hormonal, digestive and autoimmune conditions. Among other benefits,

Turmeric oil helps to lower high levels of cholesterol, stimulate the production of bile, prevent

diseases connected with oxidative stress, boost immunity, strengths the stomach, alleviate

symptoms of gastrointestinal tract disorders and inflammatory disorders of joints (rheumatoid

arthritis), improve the functioning of the brain and lowers the danger of the Alzheimer disease.

In Asia, turmeric is being used as the form of a tonic that is effective in curing liver diseases.

Topically speaking, turmeric essential oil is traditionally used as an antiseptic and in natural skin

care to discourage acne and facial hair in women. Studies have shown turmeric’s ability to help

reduce pain, inflammation and stiffness related to rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

Hence, it is best-known essential oils for arthritis.

Walnut Oil (Juglans Regia)

Brain-boosting walnuts actually look like a brain. Coincidence? Maybe. However, walnuts

contain a number of neuroprotective compounds, including vitamin E, folate, melatonin,

omega-3 fats, and antioxidants. Multiple researches have shown walnut consumption supports

brain health, including increasing inferential reasoning in young adults, decreasing the

enhanced vulnerability to oxidative stress that occurs in aging, increasing health span and

enhancing cognitive and motor function in aging too. Due to its content, walnut oil significantly

raises blood levels of heart-healthy ALA, supports healthful cholesterol levels, and prevents

hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure and the growth of cancer cells in the body. Walnut

kernels and oil are used when the person easily gets distracted by noises, motions and

commotion. Hence, it is key part of a diet for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder


Watermelon Seed Oil (Citrullus Lanatus)

Watermelon seed oil is known as a natural remedy improving the functioning of the excretion

system, kidneys, avoiding kidney stones, removing and dissolving mucus, helping with urinarysystem

inflammations, urination problems and prostate problems. Moreover, the oil positively

affects cardiovascular system and heart, boosts the immune system, cures anemia,

osteoporosis, blood pressure, diabetes and nervous system. Watermelon seed oil contains a

lot of Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9 fatty acids, vitamin A, B, C, zinc, copper, manganese and

magnesium. Since the oil is rich in copper it is good for promoting hair growth, leaving the hair a

wonderful shine. Lisin in watermelon seeds are essential for the formation of collagen in our

body to keep our skin healthy and prevent us from early aging. Other compounds such as,

vitamin B, unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants make our skin protected from skin cancer,

naturally nourished, acne free and overall to look younger.

Wheat Germ Oil (Triticum Vulgar)

The oil is rich in vitamin A, B complex, D, E , lecithin, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus,

phytosterols and many others components making it healthy addition to our diet.

It has a strong characteristic wheat-like aroma. Wheat germ oil positively affects mental agility,

and nervous system, provides the body with energy, protects the heart, cells and arteries.

Despite the other nutritional benefits of wheat germ, if you are required to maintain a “glutenfree”

diet, do not consume wheat germ or wheat germ extracts! Wheat germ and oil are packed

with nutrients and vitamins in such high levels that it can have significant effects on various antiaging

issues like skin quality and hair loss. Among other benefits, wheat germ oil helps to

prevent stretch marks and tissue-loosening during pregnancy. Thanks to that, it is used in

natural cosmetics in pregnancy oils. Moreover, it helps to supply cells with oxygen, protects

them against harmful free radicals.

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Healthy Cosmetic Oils

Argan Oil (Argania Spinosa)

The full-fledged Argan oil is obtained from the kernels (fruit seeds) of Argan trees from Morocco.

Collecting the fruits and all the end-to-end process of making this oil is fully handmade. Seeds

are cold processed. In order to produce 1l of this pure oil we need as much as 30kg of fruits and

the pressing process takes around 10 hours. It contains 80% of essential fatty acids as Omega-

3, Omega-6 and natural carotenoids. This amazing oil also helps to protect eyes and the skin

from UV radiation and from the effects of free radicals. Argan oil is a natural anti-aging agent

preventing of the stretch marks, reducing wrinkles and scars, nourishing and strengthening

fragile and brittle nails. Due to its antiseptic effects Argan oil as a strong antioxidant also

decreases the manifestations of psoriasis and eczema.

Avellana / Chilean Hazelnut Oil (Gevuina Avellana)

The Chilean hazelnut is often confused with the European hazelnut, but they have nothing in

common. It is pressed from wild-growing fruits originated in Chile. The oil is yellow and has a

light nutty aroma. It also absorbs a wide spectrum of UV rays – natural sun protection factor is 8.

It is one of the most valuable plant oils used for sunbathing. Therefore, the Chilean oil is often

used as a basic component in sunscreens. The oil acts against aging, helps eliminate pigment

spots as well as it prevents them from further spreading. It’s also effective against wrinkles.

Baobab Cosmetic Oil (Adansonia Digitate)

Baobab oil is a plant oil which is obtained by pressing the seeds from Baobab trees. Due to its

two main components, tannins and catechin, the oil is ideal for cosmetic purposes. In addition, it

contains flavonoids. The baobab leaves are used against acne and inflammation. The oil is

extremely rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. It is being used as a stabilizer for dry and damaged

skin barriers as it hydrates the skin. Moreover, the oil also increases the elasticity of the skin. It

also has a strong ati-wrinkle effect, thanks to which your skin will glow and shine again. Further

benefits of Baobab oil are that it quickly soothes irritated skin and reduces the symptoms of

eczema and psoriasis.

Burdock Seed Cosmetic oil (Arctium lappa)

The oil is used to stop hair loss and has amazing effects in the hair growth support as it helps to

increase scalp circulation. It contains vitamins A, B, E, proteins, iron and minerals. Another

important component of Burdock oil is Zinc which also supports the growth of the new hair. An

effective way which helps to stimulate the growth of hair is rubbing the oil into the scalp. This

way the circulation in the skin increases having the beneficial effect on the hair quality and

growth. The oil also helps to heal hard-to-heal wounds and has great effects in the treatment of


Cacay Cosmetic Oil (Caryodendron Orinocense)

Cacay oil, also called “Anti-ageing elixir”, is being used since ancient times by Amazonia

communities for skin and hair care. Compared to all other oils Cacay has the highest amount of

natural Retinol which reduces wrinkles, helps boots collagen production, activates the skin´s

natural renewal process to rebuild and replenish skin tissue. It helps to visibly smooth the skin

and so it reduces the appearance of wrinkles. It has fast absorption with dry effect. Cacay oil

combines the best features of some of the most precious oils in cosmetics. It contains 50% of

more vitamin E, twice the amount of Linoleic Acid than Argan oil. It has 3 times more Retinol

than Rose Hip oil. All these features making Cacay oil a perfect natural protector for your skin.

Coffee Bean Cosmetic Oil (Coffea Arabica)

The oil is one of the oils which can be used on any type of skin as it has the same pH as the pH of

the skin. Coffee contains enzymes stimulating detoxification and helping to hydrate and clean

the skin. That’s why the coffee oil has become more common in the treatment of acne and the

care for unclean skin, prone to inflammation. Moreover, Coffee oil is used to soothe

eczematous skin by purifying it; detoxifies and maintains its natural hydration. These days it is

one of the most wanted oil for various anti-aging cosmetic products as it contains enzymes,

vitamins and the high concentration of caffeine. Coffee oil could be applied undiluted onto the

face by rubbing it into the problematic parts. It detoxifies, drains water away and rids tissues of

stress. Once absorbed, it leaves a gentle velvet feeling on the skin and smells good. Also it is

used to get rid of under-skin fat and cellulite.

Jojoba Seed Cosmetic Oil (Simmondsia Chinensis)

The Jojoba seeds contain as much as 50% of liquid wax. This high-quality plant wax is used

heavily in cosmetic industry. It also contains vitamins A and E. The oil is suitable for all skin

types, protecting the skin from drying. The oil absorbs well without leaving a greasy film. It has

mild anti-inflammatory and soothing effects. Aroma of this oil is very gentle. It’s also widely used

as massage oil for stretch marks. In addition, it is very good for treating the hair with dry ends.

Jojoba oil has natural Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 3 – 4, supporting long-lasting tan and it is

used as foundation oil for various essential and sunscreen oils.

Lavender Cosmetic Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)

When taken internally the oil alleviates many psychosomatic illnesses of the modern era as

insomnia, restlessness, anxiety and fatigue. It reduces the effects of stress and it is used as

soothing oil in the case of the inflammatory disease of the skin, acne, dermatitis, eczema,

psoriasis, diaper rash and ulcers. Lavender oil is great first aid for burns and prevents scarring.

The oil is used to treat the infections of the upper respiratory tract. Lavender oil is remarkably

effective to cure headaches, dizziness or in case of faints. Furthermore it reduces the impact of

a shock. It’s also very effective in the treatment of the insect bites and stings.

Passion Fruit Seed / Maracuja Oil (Passiflora Edulis)

The oil extract of the Passion fruit seeds, well known as Maracuja oil, is rich in vitamin A, C,

essential fatty acid and magnesium. Once applied the skin gets hydrated to bright up instantly.

It has significant anti-inflammatory and soothing impact, restoring skin hydration, resulting in

anti-aging effects. Applying oil to the scalp alleviates itchiness and prevents damaged hair and

dandruff. Passion fruit seed oil also helps to strengthen weak and fragile nails. Moreover, it is

used as massage oil, helping to ease the pain of arthritic joints and muscle pain. The oil is

suitable for all skin types.

Peach Kernel Cosmetic Oil (Prunus Persica)

This virgin oil is an extraordinary source of vitamins B15, B17 and B19 which does not contain

any other oil. Moreover it contains many minerals, polyunsaturated fatty acids keeping the skin

hydrated and flexible. It is also a supportive agent in the treatment of cancer as promotes the

formation of red blood cells. It is rich source of antioxidants. The oil cleans skin pores making

the skin softer and gentler. Peach kernel oil has very similar consistency as sweet almond oil. It

is recommended as a protection against the wind or the sun. It’s great for age-related skin

changes as well as for newborns and young children.

Pequi Seed Cosmetic Oil (Caryocar Brasiliense)

Are looking for luxurious gloss and health for your hair? If so, then Pequi oil is the best choice for

you. The oil has wide medical and cosmetic use as it contains a lot of vitamins A, E and essential

fatty acids. Pequi oil has hydrating and softening effects. It is also anti-inflammatory. Hence it

can be used to treat psoriasis and eczema. Moreover, it has significant anti-mould effect which

is great to be used against athlete´s foot and nail mycosis. Among the other benefits the oil

restores the health of nails, helps in treatment of damaged hair and smooths frizzy hair.

Prickly Pear / Barbary Fig Cosmetic Oil

(Opuntia Ficus Indica)

Prickly Pear Cactus Seed Oil is also known as Barbary Fig Oil, Prickly Pear Oil or Cactus Seed

Oil. These are all names for the oil pressed from seeds of the Opuntia Ficus Indica cactus.

100% cold pressed Opuntia oil provides perfect 24-hours hydration in just a few drops. The oil is

used to regenerate the skin and minimizes enlarged pores. Moreover, it is smoothing wrinkles

around mouth and eyes, acting against dark circles and eye bags, fighting dry flaky skin as well

as alleviates reddened skin.

St. John´s Wort cosmetic Oil (Hypericum Perforatum)

The key effects of St. John´s Wort oil are cleaning, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. It is

suitable for treating sun-burnt skin, inflamed wounds and contusions. It relieves muscular and

energy blockages, easing the aching pains of arthritis, muscle or a joint discomfort. St. John´s

Wort oil has stimulating effects during depression and nerve problems. It is commonly used as

a stimulant in case of hormonal imbalance and reduced vitality. The oil supplies the skin with the

necessary bioactive substances which increase its ageing resistance.

Tamanu / Kamani Seed Cosmetic Oil

(Calophyllum Inophyllum)

The oil is known for its anti-neuralgic, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial features which are

comparable with antibiotics according to clinical tests. It is also effective against skin

inflammation and ulcers, festering post-burn wounds, the infection of the urinary tract and

mould infections. This natural healing acccelerator can be used to treat serious wounds,

against the pain caused by arthritis, sciatica or herpes zoster and any other diseases that are

caused by bacteria or mould. It is an effective natural remedy for cuts, insect bites, sore joints,

pulled muscles as well as neuralgia.

Tucuma Cosmetic Oil (Astrocaryum Aculeatum)

The oil is rich in Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9 and vitamins A, C and beta-carotene. It has

excellent use in cosmetic products such as moisturizers, lotions as well as mask to moisturize

hair. Tucuma oil is used to alleviate acne, fungi and bacteria. It also reduces inflammation,

fights against premature aging or Melasma.

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