The benefits of the mustard plant have been known since ancient times. The oil is obtained by pressing on a vertical press in an oak tub without thermal or chemical treatment. This technology for producing oil requires more materials, but the resulting product retains all nutrients and biologically active substances, as well as taste.
Vitamins: A, E, D, K, F, B-complex (B3, B4, B6);
Micro - and macroelements: Zn, Na, Ka, Ca, P, Fe, Mg;
Fatty acids: Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9;
Also, mustard oil contains phytosterols, phytoncides, chlorophyll, glycosides and other beneficial substances.
Mustard oil - properties
The oil is a great addition to smoothies, salads, dressings, sauces, soups, and other dishes.
Also, mustard oil is used for baking, gives it a golden crust, and prevents the bread from going stale.
Mustard oil very gently emphasizes the taste and flavour of any dish.
Mustard oil is an excellent product for improving appetite, complex treatment of cirrhosis, and fatty degeneration of the liver.
It is an effective anthelmintic agent.
The intake of oil reduces the risk of complications during pregnancy and improves the lactation process.
The oil is actively used in skin care - it moisturizes it, evens out its color, promotes healing of the damaged skin.
Mustard oil is used to add shine and volume to hair.
Mustard oil - how to use
The oil can be used separately from meals as a therapeutic and prophylactic agent (1 tablespoon 15 minutes before meals 2-3 times a day).
Can be used as a skin moisturizer or as part of a hair mask.