Amaranth Seed Oil (Amaranthus-Caudatus) 100% Natural Pure Carrier Oil

Amaranth Seed Oil (Amaranthus-Caudatus) 100% Natural Pure Carrier Oil

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    • It is an Essential Oil.
    • Botanical Name:Amaranthus-Caudatus
    • Mode of Extraction: Cold Pressed
  • Color:Pale Yellow
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    Amaranth Seed Oil 100% Natural Pure Carrier Oil
    Botanical name: Amaranthus caudatus
    Parts used: Seeds
    Extraction method: Cold Pressed
    Appearance: Pale Yellow to golden yellow colored liquid
    Odour: Characteristic mild Odour
    Description:
    Amaranth oil is a light-to-medium-colored, clear liquid that is pourable at low temperatures. It is a source of fatty acids, with oleic acid, linoleic acid, and palmitic acid having the highest proportions. The oil is valued for its ability to add temperature stability at both high and low temperatures. Commercial uses of amaranth oil include foods, cosmetics, shampoos, and intermediates for manufacture of lubricants, pharmaceuticals, rubber chemicals, aromatics, and surface active agents.[citation needed] As a food oil, amaranth oil has a delicate taste. The oil content of the actual amaranth grain ranges from 4.8 to 8.1%, which is relatively low compared to other sources of seed oil. The melting point of amaranth oil.

    Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

    Certificate of Analysis (COA)

    Amaranth Seed Oil 100% Natural Pure Carrier Oil Botanical name: Amaranthus caudatus Parts used: Seeds Extraction method: Cold Pressed Appearance: Pale Yellow to golden yellow colored liquid Odour: Characteristic mild Odour Description: Amaranth oil is a light-to-medium-colored, clear liquid that is pourable at low temperatures. It is a source of fatty acids, with oleic acid, linoleic acid, and palmitic acid having the highest proportions. The oil is valued for its ability to add temperature stability at both high and low temperatures. Commercial uses of amaranth oil include foods, cosmetics, shampoos, and intermediates for manufacture of lubricants, pharmaceuticals, rubber chemicals, aromatics, and surface active agents.[citation needed] As a food oil, amaranth oil has a delicate taste. The oil content of the actual amaranth grain ranges from 4.8 to 8.1%, which is relatively low compared to other sources of seed oil. The melting point of amaranth oil.

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