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The Benefits Of Safflower Oil
Posting on: Sunday , 16th November 2014 , 13:43:25 | By: Admin
There are many oils on the market these days and many are used in the cooking process, so it's understandable if you get confused from time to time. There is one very special oil however, related to the wondrous sunflower. You're about to discover a lot more about its properties and uses, so read on and be enlightened.

Where Does It Come From?

The oil comes from an extraction of safflower seeds and has been used for centuries across the globe, but mainly in both Eastern and Western cultures. The plant itself is much like the thistle, and as the yellow petals drop they leave the seeds behind.

Untreated seeds would produce a foul taste and are of no use to humans so they're used in things like soap and linoleum, but the treated seeds are eventually pressed into two types of oil. Mono and poly unsaturated! The mono variety can be used as cooking oil with the poly frequently used in salad dressings.

In fact it brings us a real link from the ancient to the modern, as we still used it both in dietary and economic terms.

Safflower oil contains the priceless omega 3 and 6 fatty acids!

So What Can It Do For Us?

It should be noted more in depth studies are ongoing but it seems the oil can help ease the symptoms and effects of heart disease, high blood pressure, clogged arteries and type 2 diabetes. Because of the high presence of vitamin E free radicals can be eliminated within the body, and this in turn will help prevent coronary disease and even cancer. These properties alone make it a valuable healthy oil.

Safflower oil has lots of vitamin e which is good for the immune system.

You may not know you can rub safflower oil into the roots of the hair where it can improve its quality and give the hair a great looking sheen. It can also be used as a terrific moisturizer enabling the skin to gain a healthy glow. If you need to hide the visibility of things like wrinkles and lines then this type of oil is ideal.

It's great when treating eczema and reducing skin inflammation. Safflower oil can also lead to good nail growth and can be used in both massage oils and various types of lotions.
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Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) is a herbaceous plant that grows annually with vibrant yellow, orange and red flowers. Each branch will usually have from one to five flower heads containing 15 to 20 seeds per head. The plants are 30-150 centimeters tlal with many sharp spines on its leaves. It thrives in dry climates and it is widely grown for its many uses. The plant is native to India, Iran, and North Africa, and it can also be found in other parts of the world, including areas on North America.... Read More
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