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Cold pressed Amaranth seed oil is a high-quality natural oil that is produced from a mixture of sunflower seeds and amaranth seeds. The proportion of amaranth seeds in the mixture is not less than 80%. Amaranth was introduced to Europe in the 16th century. Significantly, the word "amaranth" - Greek for amaranth - means an eternal flower that never fades and symbolizes immortality. Present day...
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Cold pressed Amaranth seed oil is a high quality natural oil that is produced from a mixture of sunflower seeds and amaranth seeds. The proportion of amaranth seeds in the mixture shall be not less than 80%.

Amaranth was introduced to Europe in the 16th century. Significantly, the word "amaranth" - Greek for amaranth - means an eternal flower that never fades and symbolizes immortality.

Nowadays, biologists call amaranth quite eloquently - both a "protein storehouse", a "discovery of the century" and a "culture of today and the future". The composition: Linoleic acid (46-50%), oleic acid (22-26%), palmitic acid (17-20%), squalene, iron, calcium, vitamin E. Oil up to 16% protein (of which more than 30% are essential amino acids), up to 15% fat (50% of which is polyunsaturated fatty acid Omega-6) The oil has a relatively high content of vitamins (Е, А, B1, B2, B4 (choline), С, D), , potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper and others), as well as other biologically active substances that determine the various therapeutic and prophylactic properties of this oil.

The greatest value of the oil is its unique ingredient - squalene. Amaranth oil is recommended for the restoration and strengthening of the immune system, the prevention of metabolic disorders in cardiovascular diseases, as well as atherosclerosis, oncological diseases, heavy metals, salt excretion, infections and fungal diseases, food poisoning (including alcohol angina, burns, eczema, ulcers and similar skin and mucous membrane lesions, bedsores, insect bites, facial scarring, ordinary massage as an anti-radiculitis agent, for the treatment of inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, for the treatment of dermatological diseases, for the treatment of stomatitis, for the complex treatment of periodontitis and periodontitis.

Usage: Oral - 1 teaspoon 3 times a day 20-30 minutes before meals or when added to food Cosmetics: as a skin protection agent, for detoxification, moisturizing, softening and nourishing the skin

Externally: for skin and mucous membrane lubrication Can also be used for massage. For health: Anti-cancer, antifungal, antibacterial properties. Improves memory, reduces fatigue, prevents the formation of wrinkles. Regulates cholesterol levels.

Cooking: Add to salads and vegetable dishes.

Cold pressed in Latvia. Volume: 110 ml

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