Oils 101 – Tagged "Carrier Oil" – Zongle Therapeutics

Oils 101 — Carrier Oil

Organic Sea Buckthorn Oil

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Organic Sea Buckthorn Oil

Natural products take time and consistency in order to provide you with the desired results. That is the major reason why most people avoid using natural products. They want instant results which can only be achieved if they use conventional products which are full of chemicals. However, using natural carrier oils can keep you away from the risk of side effects. Sea buckthorn oil is one of the finest carrier oils which can have a great positive impact on your overall wellbeing. Keep reading to have more knowledge about this beautiful oil.  

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Organic Borage Oil

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Organic Borage Oil

Got a carrier oil for yourself? You made the right choice! Every carrier oil carries different and some amazing therapeutic properties which do wonders to your overall health and wellbeing. Borage oil, one of the best carrier oils, contains some amazing compounds which are beneficial for different purposes. Keep reading to know about Borage and its oil.

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Organic Flax Seed Oil

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Organic Flax Seed Oil
Flax, botanically known as Linum usitatissimum, belongs to the family Linaceae. It is also known as common flax or linseed. Being a food and fiber crop, flax is cultivated in cold regions of the world. These cultivated flax plants grow to a height of 1.2 m with slender stems. The leaves of this beneficial plant have glaucous green color and are 20 mm to 40 mm long and 3 mm broad. The color of the flax flowers is pale blue, and they are 15 mm to 25 mm in diameter. Each flower has 5 petals making it a beautiful flower.

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Organic Marula Oil

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Organic Marula Oil

You probably would have heard about carrier oils being used for different purposes nowadays. But have you heard about the oils that contain all the elements which are useful for different problems from head to toe? Marula oil is one of them!

Botanically known as Sclerocarya birrea, Marula tree is native to southern parts of African grasslands such as South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, and Swaziland. It is a member of the same botanical family Anacardiaceae as Cashew, Mango, and Pistachio trees. The fruit of this tree has yellowish skin with white flesh. They are drupes with a single seed covered in thick husk. The tree earned different nicknames with the passage of time. There are two reasons why the tree was utilized in purifying ceremonies before marriages occurred; first, one of the nicknames proved its holiness i.e. ‘The Marriage Tree’. Second, the tree is a symbol for ‘fertility’ and ‘purity’. The usage of Marula tree dates to nearly 10,000 years in African civilization. Due to its historical and cultural values, it is protected by the law. Every part, from its roots to its fruits, is beneficial for us in different ways.

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Organic Sweet Almond Oil

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Organic Sweet Almond Oil
The Almond tree grows at a height of 4 m to 10 m and has a trunk of up to 30 cm in diameter. The twigs of this amazing tree are green initially but when they are exposed to the sun, they become purple in color. However, in their second year, they turn grey. The length of the leaves is usually 8 cm to 13 cm. The Almond tree has white to pale pink flowers with five petals and are 3 cm to 5 cm in diameter. They sometimes produce in pair as well and appear before the leaves in early spring. Known as the ‘King of nuts’, Almond and its oil have so much to offer.

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