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Pumpkin Seed Oil
Moringa Oil
Name : Pumpkin Seed Oil
Botanical Name : Cucurbita Pepo
Parts Of Use : Seed Oil , Fruits
Uses :

Uses and Benefits - Pumpkin seeds and pumpkin seed oil have been used since the time of the Greeks for healing damaged skin including burns and wounds. Pumpkin seed oil is best used cold for salad and vegetable dressings, heat destroys it's healthy properties. The oil is a nutrious source of vitamins and minerals and well as both Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. The addition of these fatty acids to the diet has been found to increase energy, mental focus and overall vitality. Traditional uses of pumpkin seeds include anti-parisite and worms, bladder infections and prostate problems.

Pumpkin seed oil is one of the most nutritional oils available, and is an excellent source of essential fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, and sterols. It contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, which are known to promote energy levels, brain function, and overall health and vitality. It also contains high levels of Vitamin E, as well as Vitamins A and C, Zinc, and other trace minerals and vitamins. Historically, pumpkin seeds (either the whole seeds or the pressed oil) have been used all around the whole for healing purposes. They were applied or consumed for varied purposes, including: to heal wounds and burns, as a diuretic, to dispel intestinal worms and parasites, hormone production, overactive bladder, and for prostrate problems. Today, this oil has been used successfully in preventing and alleviating prostrate and bladder problems. The phytosterols present in the pumpkin seed oil, are also presently being studied for their role in lowering cholesterol levels. As more studies are made, we will continue to learn more about this important natural product.