- Raw Material Walnut
- Usage Pharma industries, Food Industries, Personal Care etc
- Application All Type
- Shelf Life 24 Months
- Grade Cold Pressed Virgin
- Product Type Other
- Processing Cold Pressed
- Supply Ability : 50 Liter Per Day
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Price And Quantity
- 4000 INR/Liter
- 5 Liter
- Cold Pressed
- 500 Ml, 15kgs , 5 Litre, 1 Litre, 250ml
- Pharma industries, Food Industries, Personal Care etc
- Cold Pressed Virgin
- 24 Months
- All Type
- 50 Liter Per Day
- 7-10 Days
- If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
- Bottle Packing and Box Packing
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
- All India
- ISO 9001:2015
About Walnut Oil
Walnut oil is derived from walnuts, which are scientifically known as Juglans regia. This oil is typically either cold pressed or refined and is known as one of the expensive natural oils on the market. Walnut oil has grown in popularity around the world and is cultivated in many countries including the United States.
Benefits of Walnut Oil
There are three critical parts of walnut oil that help protect the skin â the antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory elements of this oil. The antioxidants are able to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles in the skin, helping to keep you looking younger. The antibacterial components can help protect against skin pathogens, which are constantly bombarding the largest and most exposed organ in the body. Finally, the anti-inflammatory nature of the oil helps soothe chronic conditions like eczema and psoriasis, as well as acute cases of inflammation or allergic reaction.
Walnut oil is composed of more than 70% polyunsaturated fats, as well as a significant amount of monounsaturated fats. This no-cholesterol oil is excellent for improving heart health by increasing circulation, decreasing fat deposition, boosting energy and lowering blood pressure. Together, these effects will mean a lowered risk of atherosclerosis, heart attack, and stroke.
By massaging this oil into your scalp, often in conjunction with other essential oils, as walnut oil is a great carrier oil, you can moisturize the skin and eliminate various infections. This can also help you eliminate any signs of dandruff, and prevent those unsightly flakes on your shoulders.
The anti-inflammatory powers of this oil work both inside and out. If you topically apply walnut oil to sore joints and muscles, it can help reduce inflammation and pain, but when consumed, this oil will also improve blood vessels function, aiding heart health even further.
Free radicals that are constantly produced through cellular metabolism affect the bodyâs cells and tissues in various ways, namely increasing the risk of cancer and other diseases. High levels of antioxidants found in walnut oil help reduce the oxidative stress throughout your body.
There is a significant amount of potassium found in walnut oil, which has been proven to boost hair growth and stimulate the production of new cells and protects follicle health. The moisturizing and antibacterial effects of this oil can also help prevent premature loss of hair.
People who struggle to maintain their blood glucose can find some help in walnut oil, as it can aid to regulate blood sugar levels and insulin production in the pancreas. This can help people with diabetes lead a normal life and decrease their risk of developing it.
Your immune health starts on the skin, but it ends inside the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts. The significant boost of antioxidant and antibacterial properties in walnut oil can improve organ system function and relieve strain on the immune system so it can focus on more pressing threats.
The aroma of walnut oil is often enough to calm the mind and soothe the senses, but consuming some of this oil is also known to relieve stress. By providing an energetic boost to the body and mind, this oil has been associated with balancing mood and reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.