5 Seed Oil Blend
The ultimate super oil, pressed to perfection, may provide:
And so much more. 5 Seed Oil Blend supports nearly every single function in your body. It picks up where your regular diet leaves off.
Cold pressed oils from the following five seeds, pressed from Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Seeds:
Pumpkin seed oil has recently emerged as one of the top three nutritional oils. Pumpkin seeds contain nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, zinc, and sterols. It also contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E, and K. High amount of essential fatty acids are also present in pumpkin seed oil. Studies have shown that the nutrients found in pumpkin seed oil may be beneficial for prostate health, lowering cholesterol, male hair loss, and promoting kidney and bladder health.
2. Black Sesame
Black sesame seed oil has a rich, earthy taste. The seeds are an excellent source of manganese, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, all B vitamins, and fiber. Two unique substances found in sesame seeds, sesamin and sesamolin, also known as lignans, are proven to aid in balancing the hormones in your body, making this a good oil for premenstrual syndrome and menopause in women. Sesame seed oil is a very powerful kidney cleanser as well. Its rich source of calcium is beneficial for bone density.
Flax seed oil is well known for its high omega-3 fatty acid content and is the richest vegetarian source of ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). People who suffer from impaired digestion often find relief with flax seed oil, as studies have shown that it can reduce inflammation of the intestinal wall. Flax seed oil has also been proven to help reduce high cholesterol, and lower the risk of heart disease. Studies show that additional benefits of this popular oil include improved metabolism, balancing of hormones, and promotion of healthy skin, hair and nails.
Many of the healing properties of coriander seeds, including removal of heavy metals from the body, can be attributed to its high concentration of phytonutrients. Known as a natural antioxidant with antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, the oil from coriander seeds supports healthy digestion, detoxification, balanced microbiome, and aids in liver, spleen and pancreas function. In addition, coriander seed oil may help regulate blood sugar, and reduce overall inflammation within the body.
Sunflower seeds and sunflower seed oil have been used for culinary and medicinal purposes by many cultures throughout history. This mild, nutty seed contains vitamins B, D, E, and K, as well as essential fatty acids Omega 6 & 9. Sunflower seed oil improves heart health, boosts energy, regenerates skin cells, strengthens the immune system, lowers cholesterol, and reduces inflammation. Sunflower seed oil is popular for skin care, as studies have shown it has the ability to reduce and prevent inflamed red skin conditions. It also helps keep skin soft, balanced, and healthy.
Shake well before each use.
Take 1 to 3 teaspoons per day.
Not suitable for cooking or frying. Do not apply heat because even modest cooking temperatures will denature the delicate fats and damage nutritional properties.
No refrigeration required.
Store at room temperature, out of direct sunlight.
May provide digestive support, increased immunity and energy, support for your brain, heart and bones. May reduce inflammation and balance hormones.
Scientific References: EFAs