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edible oil
We are offering different kind of oil seeds like Sunflower Seed, Sesame Seed, Ground Nut Seeds these seeds are full minerals, vitamins and many other essential minerals that are very use usefull for good health.
Peanut Oil
The peanut, or groundnut (Arachis hypogaea), is a species in the legume or "bean" family (Fabaceae). The cultivated peanut was probably first domesticated in the valleys of Peru. After pollination, the fruit develops into a legume 3 to 7 cm (1.2 to 2.8 in) long, containing 1 to 4 seeds, which forces its way underground to mature. Hypogaea means "under the earth."
Peanuts are known by many other local names such as earthnuts, ground nuts, goober peas, monkey nuts, pygmy nuts and pig nuts.

Nutrition & Health benefits
Peanuts are rich in nutrients, providing over 30 essential nutrients and phytonutrients. Peanuts are a good source of niacin, folate, fiber, magnesium, vitamin E, manganese and phosphorus. They also are naturally free of trans-fats and sodium, and contain about 25% protein a higher proportion than in any true nut.
Peanuts are a good source of niacin, and thus contribute to brain health and blood flow.
Recent research on peanuts and nuts in general has found antioxidants and other chemicals that may provide health benefits. New research shows peanuts rival the antioxidant content of many fruits. Roasted peanuts rival the antioxidant content of blackberries and strawberries, and are far richer in antioxidants than carrots or beets. Research conducted by a team of University of Florida scientists, published in the journal Food Chemistry, shows that peanuts contain high concentrations of antioxidant polyphenols, primarily a compound called p-coumaric acid, and that roasting can increase peanuts' p-coumaric acid levels, boosting their overall antioxidant content by as much as 22%.
Peanuts are a significant source of resveratrol, a chemical studied for potential anti-aging effects and also associated with reducedcardiovascular disease and reduced cancer risk.
It has recently been found that the average amount of resveratrol in one ounce of commonly eaten peanuts (15 whole peanut kernels) is 73 µg. Peanuts are a source of coenzyme Q10, as are oily fish, beef, soybeans and spinach.
Sunflower Oil
Sunflower oil is expressed from the seeds of the plant. It has a high content of Vitamins A, B, D and E, minerals, lecithin, inulin, unsaturated fatty acids, and is recognized as a nourishing skin product skin. This oil can be recommended for most of the skin types, from normal to oily. Blending aromatherapy essential oils with sunflower carrier oil is a great way to maximize the health benefits these oils provide.
Sunflower oil could be used as a base for a massage blend with other vegetable oils added to enhance the blend, but does not make a good massage oil on its own.
Sunflower oil is a versatile oil that can be used for aromatherapy oil, massage blends and manufacturing cosmetics.
Canola Oil
Canola is recognized for its nutritional attributes as it contains the lowest level of saturated fatty acids of any vegetable oil.
Like all vegetable oils, Canola oil is cholesterol-free. Nutritional research has confirmed that the fatty profile of Canola oil appears to be beneficial in preventing and treating coronary heart disease risk factors including high cholesterol and lipid levels.
Soya Oil
Soyabean or Soya oil is the world's largest source of vegetable oil. Soyabeans are grown extensively in the United States as well as in South America and other parts of the world. Soya oil contains high levels of polyunsaturated fats (which break down when heated).
Soya oil is particularly attractive as a food ingredient and is used extensively in the production of margarine and spreads.
Soya oil is a healthy, nutritious and delicious cooking medium that is used extensively in homes and kitchens around the world.
Cocunut Oil
80 Uses for Coconut Oil was by far my most viewed post of 2011. The response to the information I compiled blew me away. I am humbled by how much of an impact this post has made in the health and wellness scene. It has been reposted far and wide and it warms my heart to know that so many people are learning more and more about this beautiful oil.
Knowing how important it is to provide accurate and useful information, I decided to take my post to a new level. I have spent countless hours reading through all of the comments on this post (as well as those made on the numerous sites it is reprinted on). I have researched far and wide. And what I bring to you today is a much improved post on the benefits and uses of Coconut Oil. I have revamped some of the existing information, re-categorized the uses, and alphabetized everything to make it much more user friendly. The best part? There are now 160 uses for coconut oil listed. You read that right! I doubled the number of incredible uses for coconut oil.
I hope you enjoy this post and discover even more ways to use this amazing wonder of nature.
Jatropha Oil
Jatropha oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jatropha oil is vegetable oil produced from the seeds of the Jatropha curcas, a plant that can grow in marginal lands. When jatropha seeds are crushed, the resulting . Jatropha curcas Linn likewise called the cathartic crackpot is plants that make been familiar to the public. In mankind war era, Jatropha ano int is victimised as lubricants and aircraft fuel. As the nJatropha Oil Online Jatropha Oil can be processed biodiesel and the production of electricity using biodiesel as a fuel. Get the latest updates and news about Jatropha Oil, green fuels .
Palm Oil
PALM OIL is the oil produced from the red oil palm tree(Elaeis Guineensis). Palm Oil is extracted from the pulpy portion (mesocarp) of the fruit of Oil Palm. The Crude Palm Oil is deep orange red in colour and is semi solid at a temperature of 20 degree centigrade. Palm Oil contains an equal proportion of saturated and unsaturated fatty acid containing about 40% oleic acid, 10% linoleic acid. 44% palmitic acid and 5% stearic acid. The unprocessed palm oil is used for cooking in various countries. Palm Oil is a very rich source of Beta Carotene, an important source of Vitamin A and it contains Tecopherols and Tocotrienols, a natural source of Vitamin E.
Vitamin A and Vitamin E contents are the highest in palm oil in comparison with any other types of oil and hence consumption of the same boosts health. By virtue of the high vitamin contents the “Red Palm Oil is a nature’s gift for the human beings”. In view of the rich content of vitamins, palm oil can be utilised for the preparation of cosmetics as well.