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OIL FOR BODY,SKIN AND HAIR 

Certified Organic | Edible grade | Cold-Pressed | Chemical Free

castor oil is a multi-purpose vegetable oil that people have used for thousands of years.
It’s made by extracting oil from the seeds of the Ricinus communes plant.
These seeds, which are known as castor beans, contain a toxic enzyme called ricin.
Benefits of castor oil

Additional info:

Net Content: 100 ml

Shelf life       : 12 months

Packing         : Glass bottle

A Powerful Laxative

Best-known medicinal uses for castor oil is as a natural laxative.

It’s classified as a stimulant laxative, meaning that it increases the movement of the muscles that push material through the intestines, helping clear the bowels.

Although it can be used to relieve occasional constipation, castor oil is not recommended as a treatment for long-term issues.

  1. A Natural Moisturizer
  • Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid.
  • These types of fats act as humectants and can be used to moisturize the skin.
  1. Promotes Wound Healing

Applying castor oil to wounds creates a moist environment that promotes healing and prevents sores from drying out.

  1. Impressive Anti-Inflammatory Effects

The pain-reducing and anti-inflammatory qualities of castor oil may be particularly helpful to those with an inflammatory disease such as rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis.

  1. Reduces Acne

Acne is a skin condition that can cause blackheads, pus-filled pimples and large, painful bumps on the face and body.

It’s most common in teens and young adults and can negatively impact self-esteem.

Castor oil has several qualities that may help reduce acne symptoms.

Many people use castor oil as a natural hair conditioner.

Dry or damaged hair can especially benefit from an intense moisturizer like castor oil.

Advisory -Although castor oil is generally considered safe, it can cause adverse reactions and unwanted side effects in some people.

  • Can induce labor: It’s used by medical professionals to induce birth. For this reason, women at all stages of pregnancy should avoid consuming castor oil
  • Can cause diarrhea: While it can be an effective way to alleviate constipation, you may get diarrhea if you take too much. Diarrhea can cause dehydration and electrolyte imbalances.
  • Can cause allergic reactions: It may cause an allergic reaction in some people when applied to the skin. First try applying a small amount to a tiny patch of skin to see how your body reacts

Storage– Castor oil has a relatively long shelf life if it is stored in glass bottles in cool and dark space. It hardly gets rancid and can be used for many days however, as this is first press oil and free from preservatives, please discard if you feel any unpleasant flavour.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products is strictly for educational purposes and has been taken from various published health articles, journals, web content. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Always consult with your physician about your personal health, medical, hormonal and blood sugar related issues. The contents of this website and related communications, materials and/or products are presented for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice, nor to replace the advice of a medical doctor or other health care professional. Anyone wishing to embark on any dietary, drug, exercise or lifestyle change for the purpose of preventing or treating a disease or health condition should first consult with, and seek clearance and guidance from, a competent health care professional.

Rs. 249.00 Rs. 399.00

OIL FOR BODY,SKIN AND HAIR 

Certified Organic | Edible grade | Cold-Pressed | Chemical Free

Agamya Flaxseed oil, also known as flax oil or linseed oil, is made from organic flax seeds that have been ground and cold pressed to release their natural oil. It has high content of heart-healthy omega-3 fats, fiber, and other unique plant compounds. Flax seeds are usually brown or yellow and are cold pressed to bring out the purest flaxseed oil.
Flax seeds are a good source of several vitamins and minerals needed for optimal health. These include thiamine (vitamin B1), copper, molybdenum, magnesium, and phosphorus.

Additional info:

Net Content: 100 ml

Shelf life       : 12 months

Packing         : Glass bottle

Health benefits of flaxseed oil:
Lowers Inflammation  
As flaxseed oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, it may reduce inflammation.
Promotes Heart Health 
Flaxseed oil is said to increase omega-3 fatty acids and essential compounds for promoting a healthy heart and may help in preventing heart diseases.
Improves Gut Health
Flaxseed oil has laxative properties. Daily supplementation of flaxseed oil may help relieve constipation.

Improves Skin  
Flaxseed oil may help in reducing skin cell inflammation and promoting skin regeneration.
Aids in Weight Loss 
Flax seeds contain soluble fiber, which may promote weight loss by reducing hunger and decreasing cravings.
How to Use Flaxseed Oil
It’s a Versatile oil and can easily be bartered for other types of oils in salad dressings, dips and sauces.
You can also add one serving (one tablespoon or 15 ml) into smoothies or shakes to add some flaxseed oil into your diet with minimal effort. Keep in mind that flaxseed oil should not be used for cooking, as it does not have a high smoke point and can form harmful compounds when exposed to high heat.
In addition to being used in food, flaxseed oil can be applied to the skin to enhance skin health and increase skin moisture. You may also use flaxseed oil as a hair mask to promote growth and shine.

Warning: As this is first press oil and free from preservatives, please discard if rancid or unpleasant flavour.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products is strictly for educational purposes and has been taken from various published health articles, journals, web content. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Always consult with your physician about your personal health, medical, hormonal and blood sugar related issues. The contents of this website and related communications, materials and/or products are presented for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice, nor to replace the advice of a medical doctor or other health care professional. Anyone wishing to embark on any dietary, drug, exercise or lifestyle change for the purpose of preventing or treating a disease or health condition should first consult with, and seek clearance and guidance from, a competent health care professional.

Rs. 729.00 Rs. 999.00

OIL FOR BODY,SKIN AND HAIR

Certified Organic | Edible grade | Cold-Pressed | Chemical Free

Agamya first press virgin Sweet Almond oil is cold pressed, pure and natural, non-diluted and extracted from choicest organic sweet almonds from Kashmir valley. It has a nutty smell with a light sweetness.
Almond oil has been used for centuries to soothe the skin and treat minor wounds and cuts. It has been used in ancient Ayurvedic practices to treat skin conditions.
While vitamin E in almond oil offers antioxidant benefits, the unsaturated fatty acids promote heart health.

Additional info:

Net Content: 100 ml

Shelf life       : 12 months

Packing         : Glass bottle

Health Benefits Of Almond Oil
The unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E are the most important nutrients in the oil. The healthy fats promote heart health and aid diabetes treatment. The vitamin E in the oil enhances skin health.

May Promote Skin Health
Almond oil can rejuvenate the skin and improve your complexion. These properties might help reduce acne scars, sun burns, under-eye bags and may also reduce dark circles. Massage with Almond oil boosts blood circulation.

May Improve Hair And Scalp Health
Almond oil is said to boost hair and scalp health. Almond oil contains vitamin E. This nutrient can reduce the oxidative stress in the scalp and boost hair growth The moisturizing properties of the oil may also help treat dry scalp and dandruff.

May Protect Your Heart
The monounsaturated fats in the oil lower LDL and elevate HDL cholesterol. Thus, almond oil may reduce the risk of heart disease. Adding almond oil to the diet should be supplemented by a reduction of the intake of foods like chicken, lamb, pork, butter and cheese, and all baked and fried items. This is because all of these foods contain saturated fat.

May Promote Weight Loss
A diet rich in monounsaturated fats may induce weight loss. It may also improve lipid profiles in individuals. These fats promote energy balance, which may help one maintain a healthy weight. However, almond oil doesn’t contain fiber as almonds do. Hence, you can supplement the oil with a balanced diet and exercise for healthy weight loss instead of relying on it alone. Having better lifestyle habits will help you lose weight.

Ideal for Baby Massage
Almond oil is known to be a good massage oil for Babies and Infants and can be used directly for body and head massage however a small patch test is always recommended to check for any kind of skin allergies before applying.

May Be Useful In Aromatherapy
Almond oil is used as part of aromatherapy. Often, almond oil is used as a carrier oil. It is mixed with other essential oils to dilute them. This is to make them safer for the skin. The reason is that almond oil is readily absorbed by the skin, doesn’t evaporate easily, and has a mild smell.

Laxative
Almond oil may be used as an effective laxative. One tablespoon of almond oil can be taken once a day which can prove to be beneficial however one should not continue for more than a week at a time.

How To Include Almond Oil In Your Diet

Always go for unrefined almond oil. When you do, ensure you do not use it in cooking. Unrefined oils have low smoke points, and cooking them at high temperatures can destroy the nutrients and release toxic fumes. Use unrefined almond oil more as a finishing oil. Add it to dishes once the cooking is completed. As unrefined oils have low smoke points, they are best used in dips and salad dressings.
You can combine almond oil with apple cider vinegar and use it as a salad dressing.
You can also drizzle some almond oil over your pasta for a dash of healthy fats.
You can even add the oil to your other dishes to impart a delicious nutty flavour.

Conclusion
Almond oil is as healthy (almost) as almonds. Its biggest strengths are unsaturated fats and vitamin E. Using this oil to garnish your dishes is the best way to enjoy its benefits.
Warning: As this is first press oil and free from preservatives, please discard if rancid or unpleasant flavour.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products is strictly for educational purposes and has been taken from various published health articles, journals, web content. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Always consult with your physician about your personal health, medical, hormonal and blood sugar related issues. The contents of this website and related communications, materials and/or products are presented for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice, nor to replace the advice of a medical doctor or other health care professional. Anyone wishing to embark on any dietary, drug, exercise or lifestyle change for the purpose of preventing or treating a disease or health condition should first consult with, and seek clearance and guidance from, a competent health care professional.

Rs. 849.00 Rs. 1,075.00

OIL FOR BODY,SKIN AND HAIR

Certified Organic | Edible grade | Cold-Pressed | Chemical Free

Agamya Morniga oil is derived from the seeds of Moringa oleifera, a small tree native to the Himalayas which are cold pressed to release their natural oil. Moringa tree is also referred to as “the miracle tree.” It’s also called the drumstick tree, in reference to the shape of its seed pods. Moringa oil is also sometimes referred to as Ben oil because it has high amounts of behenic acid and is probably the most stable type of oil. Moringa cold pressed oil has a pale-yellow, lightweight appearance, a mild nutty flavour, and is odourless.

Moringa seeds have a high oil content and contain many nutritional compounds, including monounsaturated fats, protein, sterols, and tocopherols. It’s also an ingredient in hair and skin products. Moringa is said to contains 90 different types of nutrients, 46 antioxidants, proteins and 36 anti-inflammatory agents.

Additional info:

Net Content: 100 ml

Shelf life       : 12 months

Packing         : Glass bottle

Benefits of moringa oil:
Topical cleanser and moisturizer. Moringa oil’s oleic acid makes it beneficial when used topically as a cleansing agent, and as a moisturizer for skin and hair.

Cholesterol management. Edible moringa oil contains sterols, which may help lower LDL or “bad” cholesterol.

Antioxidant It is said to have antioxidant and antidiabetic benefits.

Anti-inflammatory. Moringa oil contains several bioactive compounds which have antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties, both when ingested and used topically.

Enhances Digestive Health Moringa was found to modulate the composition of gut bacteria and offer associated benefits.

May Improve Liver Health Moringa has been found to protect the liver against various toxins. It achieves this by lowering excess cholesterol in the liver.

Daily moisturizer: Apply 2-3 drops of oil and massage in circular motion using your fingertips until fully absorbed.
Under-eye treatment: Gently massage 1-2 drops of moringa oil onto the area around the eye before bed.
Make-up & mascara removal: Apply a small amount on the face (including eyes) massaging in circular motions. Gently wipe away any dirt or makeup using a warm, damp cloth or cotton pad.
Lip Nourish: Massage 1-2 drops of moringa oil to chapped lips, especially during dry winter months.
Lash Lift: Apply 1-2 drops of moringa oil on lashes with upward movement for thicker, darker and longer looking lashes.

Body
Body oil: Massage gently all over the body in circular motions and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water or leave it on as a natural moisturizer.
Post-shave oil: Apply a small amount on damp skin after shaving to soothe skin and moisturize.
Nail and Cuticle care: Apply 1-2 drops on nails covering the cuticles and massaging gently. Leave it on during daytime or overnight for healthy nail growth and moisturized cuticles.

Hair
Hair & Scalp Repair: Apply 5-6 drops to condition, repair and replenish dry, damaged hair. High in behenic acid, moringa oil deeply conditions hair and promotes healthy hair growth. Leave it in overnight or for 20 minutes and rinse with mild cleanser and water. Apply 1-2 drops to damp hair to protect from heat and prevent breakage.
Scalp Treatment: Add 4-5 drops into hands, rub palms together and deeply massage the scalp in circular motion before bedtime or shower. Helps stimulate the brain for healthy hair growth.
Beard Oil: Use a few drops of moringa oil and massage upwards into facial hair. Groom as usual.

Storage- Moringa oil has a relatively long shelf life if it is stored in glass bottles in cool and dark space. Moringa oil is one of the most stable oils. It hardly gets rancid and can be used for many days however, as this is first press oil and free from preservatives, please discard if you feel any unpleasant flavour. Be cautious about moringa’s
ability to hinder nutrient absorption. More importantly, pregnant and breastfeeding women must consult with their doctor before taking moringa.

Disclaimer:
The information contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products is strictly for
educational purposes and has been taken from various published health articles, journals, web content. Therefore, if
you wish to apply ideas contained in this website and related communications, materials and/or products, you are
taking full responsibility for your actions. Always consult with your physician about your personal health, medical,
hormonal and blood sugar related issues. The contents of this website and related communications, materials and/or
products are presented for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice, nor to replace the
advice of a medical doctor or other health care professional. Anyone wishing to embark on any dietary, drug, exercise
or lifestyle change for the purpose of preventing or treating a disease or health condition should first consult with, and seek clearance and guidance from, a competent health care professional.

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