Walnut oil is an extremely useful and versatile product. The oil is made from slightly dried walnut kernels (up to 36-38 ° C) by pressing on a vertical press in an oak tub without thermal or chemical treatment. This technology for producing oil requires more raw materials, but the resulting product retains all nutrients and biologically active substances, as well as taste.
Fatty Acids: Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega-9.
Vitamins: E, A, C; K, P, PP, B-complex.
Micro-, macroelements: I, Zn, Ca, Fe, Mg, Cu, coenzyme Q10.
Amino acids: phenylalanine, valine, histidine, serine, glutamine, cysteine, asparagine.
Walnut oil - health benefits
It is an effective remedy for recovery from diseases and surgeries.
Protects the body from carcinogenic substances and improves its rejuvenation.
As an additional agent, it helps with:
ischemic heart disease;
An excellent product for increasing the elasticity of the skin, especially dry and dehydrated one.
Helps to get rid of wrinkles, relieves irritation and removes capillaries.
Suitable for application on other skin areas that are prone to psoriasis, irritation, and have increased dryness.
Walnut oil will perfectly complement such dishes as: smoothies, salads, cereals, cream soups and other non-hot dishes, as the oil loses its beneficial properties when heated and may become slightly bitter.
Mild nutty flavor can be an original addition to baked goods and desserts.
Walnut oil - how to utilize
To normalize the digestion and improve the condition of the skin, take 1 teaspoon no more than 3 times a day 15-20 minutes before meals.
For external use (masks, body applications, lubrication of inflamed skin areas, etc.), it can be utilized in any amount with no restrictions except for the allergy to walnuts.