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Oils 101 — Organic Carrier Oil Supplement

Organic Hemp Seed Oil

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Organic Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seeds, also known as hemps hearts, are the seeds of hemp plant. Botanically known as Cannabis sativa, they are nuts but are usually referred to as seeds or hearts. Hemp plant is specifically grown for the industrial uses of the products made from them. Each part of the plant holds great importance as they offer different compounds and the seeds are no different.

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Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil

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Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil
Pumpkins are most commonly associated with the holiday season so much so that one can’t imagine fall without this bright orange colored fruit. Botanically known as Cucurbita pepo, is a cultivated plant from the Cucurbita genus. It is said that Cucurbita pepo is a close relative of Cucurbita fraterna. However, pumpkins are very useful as they provide tons of benefits especially as a food source and for medicinal purposes.

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Organic Evening Primrose Oil

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Organic Evening Primrose Oil
People who are not able to decide what to use for having a flawless beauty and health must know about carrier oils. Using a good carrier oil like Evening primrose oil is a good option. It has tons of benefits to offer, thus, rather than choosing a conventional product it is better that you consider using a carrier oil for sensitive problems related skin or health. Dive in to know about evening primrose!

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Organic Moringa Oil

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Organic Moringa Oil

Moringa, also known as ‘Miracle tree’, is the most cultivated plant in the plant family of Moringaceae. It is widely known by many other names including Drumstick tree, Horseradish tree, and Ben oil tree.

The tree is native to tropical and sub-tropical regions of South Asia. It has been highly valued in most of the cultures due to its nutritional and medicinal uses, that too for thousands of years. The tree is fast growing and drought-resistant and is widely cultivated due to its seed pods and leaves which are consumed as vegetables and traditional herbal medicine.

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