Organic Mustard Oil is extracted from organically grown mustard seeds. Being involved in a natural process, it retains all its original constituents and properties
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- It is used as a healthy substitute for cooking oils.
- It is rich in MUFA, PUFA, Omega 3 & 6, Vitamin E, Minerals and anti-oxidants
- Mustard oil demonstrates strong Anti-Microbial property and is Anti-inflammatory in nature. It improves heart health and reduces cancer risks
- Most valuable health benefit of Mustard oil can be attributed to its strong stimulant property. It helps improves circulation, boosts metabolism, relieves sinus congestion and most importantly invigorates digestion.
HOW TO USE MUSTARD OIL?
- Stir-frying and Deep Frying: Mustard oil has a high smoke point, making it suitable for stir-frying and deep-frying. It adds a distinct flavor to the food.
- Sauteing: Use it for sautéing vegetables, meats, or other ingredients at medium to high heat.
- Marinating: Mustard oil is often used as a base for marinades, especially for meats and fish. The oil helps in tenderizing the protein and imparts a unique flavor.
- Salad Dressings: Mix mustard oil with vinegar or citrus juice, along with herbs and spices, to create flavorful salad dressings. It adds a peppery and pungent taste to salads.
- Pickling: Mustard oil is commonly used in pickling. It not only preserves the food but also enhances the flavor. Some pickles are made exclusively with mustard o.
- Tempering: In Indian cuisine, mustard oil is often used for tempering or tadka in various dishes. Heat the oil and add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, and other spices before adding them to the main dish.
- Dipping Sauce: Create a simple dipping sauce by mixing mustard oil with herbs, garlic, and spices. This can be served with bread, vegetables, or grilled meat.
A study report in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that Mustard oil, as part of a regular diet, could improve your heart health by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure with its high MUFA content.
Massage OIl: It has warming properties and is used for massaging temples, throat and chest for relieving cold and cough.
Sunscreen: With its thick consistency and rich Vitamin E content, Mustard oil is considered as a natural Sunscreen when applied externally. It also acts as a natural cleanser by opening skin pores by stimulating the sweat glands. Massaging with Mustard oil is known to lighten the pigmentation spots and improve complexion.
Hair Health: Mustard oil moisturizes and revitalizes the scalp with essential fatty acids and helps prevent hair loss by warding off dandruff and fungal infections. Mix with an equal quantity of Virgin coconut oil and massage scalp for complete hair care from root to the tip.
Mustard oil acts as an antibacterial when used both externally and internally. Internally it fights with the bacterial infections in colon, intestines and other parts of digestive tract. Externally it fights both bacterial and fungal infections of the skin.