Oil produced with cold pressing from walnut seeds is one of the most useful in the world. Oil is good for using it not only raw. It has anti-inflammatory, tonic, rejuvenating and moistening effects. This oil is the source of useful substances and microelements. Walnut oil of cold pressing is helpful for prevention of cardiovascular diseases, cholesterol level reduction and even diabetes. Walnut oil also has anti-inflammatory effect; therefore it can be applied for external use – in case of burns, irritations and so on.
Walnut oil contains about 75 % polyunsaturated fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, which are not
naturally produced by the body, but are vitally necessary. In addition, most of walnut oil is made up of
vitamin F. Vitamin F – is the common name of several fatty acids: linoleic, linolenic and arachidonic.
Vitamin F normalizes blood pressure, thus reducing the risks of heart attacks and strokes. But the main
function of vitamin F is the excretion of cholesterol and to normalize lipid metabolism in the skin.
Vitamins A and E, and carotenoids, which are all part of the oil, protect the body from radiation exposure and exposure to carcinogens.
Vitamin D, which is also abundant in walnut oil, ensures the normal growth and development of the bones, prevents rickets and osteoporosis. The body depends on vitamin D for the resistance of the body to human skin disease, heart disease and cancer. Vitamin D strengthens the immune system, normalizes blood clotting and the thyroid gland.
Due to the content of vitamin C and the minerals zinc and copper, which have an antioxidant effect, walnut oil strengthens the walls of blood vessels, which prevents the development of diseases such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, ischemia, hepatitis, diabetes and arthritis. Vitamin K, which is also part of walnut oil, removes toxins from the body, regulates blood sugar levels, helps to assimilate calcium and ensure its successful its successful interaction with vitamin D. In addition, the composition of walnut oils includes minerals and trace elements – iodine, calcium, iron, phosphorus, cobalt, selenium, magnesium and coenzyme Q10 – a useful cellular component that protects the body from free radicals, is involved in cell regeneration and slows aging. Walnut oil is useful in chronic hepatitis, cholecystitis, colitis, gastritis, ulcers and other diseases of the digestive system. Essential fatty acids sitosterol, which is part of walnut oil, prevents the absorption of cholesterol from the intestine, and helps clean and heals ulcers. In addition, it relieves heartburn and it has the ability to reduce acidity.
Regular use of walnut oil significantly reduces the risk of cancers of the breast, bowel and prostate. The components that make up the oil protect cells from destruction by free radicals. Use of walnut oil has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system: oil makes the blood vessels elastic and flexible, reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, and is the prevention of heart attacks and thrombophlebitis. In addition, the components that make up the oil normalize blood pressure. Regular use of walnut oil stabilizes blood sugar levels, has a positive effect on metabolic processes and normalizes the activity of the thyroid gland.
Walnut oil has a beneficial effect on the urinary system. Regular use of the product allows you to improve the blood circulation in the genital organs which stimulates the libido. Walnut oil is used in the prevention of various diseases of the genitourinary system. Walnut oil has a beneficial effect on liver function: it helps restore and strengthen the liver cells,
promotes timely outflow of bile, and increases the elasticity of the bile ducts. Walnut oil is a very useful dietary product that is easy to digest. Oleic acid, which is part of the oil,
improves metabolism, promotes regular bowel cleansing and inhibits the formation of fat. Cooking with walnut oil, it is often used as a seasoning; it offers dishes of exquisite taste. The most common use for salads, cold sauces cooking and fine French cuisine and Caucasian without just hard to imagine!
The shelf life of walnut oil is 1 year. After opening of the packaging, the oil should be stored in a dry, dark place at a temperature of 0-10 °C.