Super Grow pumpkin seeds oil provides an excellent solution for premature aging, dehydrated skin, and cell renewal. Packed with essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, it protects our skin cells from damages giving the skin a young and glowing look. Pumpkin Seeds Oil penetrates deep layers of the skin, improving moisture and collagen levels, while reducing wrinkles and fine lines. It is a great hair moisturizer that nourishes hair follicles making the hair healthier and stronger.
- 100% Pure & Natural
- Made from fresh pumpkin seeds
Extracted from the seeds of a pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima), pumpkin seed oil is a rich, rust color. Its nutty flavor makes it a favorite in desserts, salad dressings, and a finishing oil for dishes. It’s also offered as a treatment for healthy hair and skin. It’s thought to lower cholesterol, ease symptoms of an enlarged prostate, reduce hot flashes, and reverse hair loss. While its medicinal benefits are widely touted, there’s little available evidence to support the health benefits of pumpkin seed oil.
The fatty acids found in pumpkin seed oil boast antioxidant properties. When it is topically applied, it may reduce skin inflammation, stimulate the growth of new cells, defend against infections and oxidative stress in skin cells, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes related to age. Pumpkin seed oil is also a rich source of vitamin E, which may have powerful effects on skin appearance and texture
The anticoagulant nature of pumpkin seed oil may help to stimulate circulation by eliminating sluggish blood, lowering the risk of blood clots, and improving the oxygenation of organs, which further boosts their function.
Pumpkin seed oil also makes hair shine, thanks to its high content of linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that contributes to hair health. In fact, pumping up the linoleic acid in your hair can also improve hair strength.
The array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants in pumpkin seed oil strengthens hair. Just two tablespoons of pumpkin seed kernels yield around 1.2 milligrams of biotin, a B vitamin that strengthens hair and nails and fights fungal infections.
The array of anti-inflammatory fatty acids in pumpkin seed oil helps treat hair damage. These fatty acids include oleic acid, linoleic acid and linolenic acid; zinc also has anti-inflammatory properties, and helps treat hair damage.
Pumpkin seed oil colours hair, thanks to the range of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that fight oxidative damage. This damage is what causes colour change in hair. The most common pigment in pumpkin seeds is lutein, which colours the seeds. Lutein colours hair, and pumpkin seed oil swells with moisture to enhance the colorant.
Regular consumption of pumpkin seed oil may relieve depression and boost your mood by lowering the levels of stress hormone in the body. You can consume small amounts of pumpkin seed oil to enjoy this benefit, or apply the oil to your temples, neck, or chest.Pumpkin seeds oil, alongside palmetto oil, has indicated promising outcomes as an elective treatment for benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH). BPH is a typical condition where the prostate gets augmented. This can be amazingly excruciating and hinder the progression of pee. Additionally high in zinc, these seeds are valuable for advancing men’s ripeness and forestalling prostrate issues.
Pumpkin seeds oil is a decent wellspring of magnesium, which is significant for bone arrangement. High magnesium admission is related to more prominent bone thickness and has been appeared to diminish the danger of osteoporosis in ladies after menopause.
pumpkin seed oil seems to have a positive effect on the urinary tract. This tract is made up of the kidneys, the bladder, and the urethra, which connects the bladder to the urinary opening.
Omega-6 fatty acids, found in a significant amount in pumpkin seed oil, are known to possibly support bone health, in addition to the other vitamins and minerals that are needed to prevent osteoporosis and ensure good bone mineral density as we age.
The pumpkin seed oil has one of the highest concentrations of polyunsaturated fats of any food source. While fats are usually associated with being unhealthy, the body actually requires a certain amount of good fats to function. The oleic and linoleic acids found in pumpkin seeds may help lower blood pressure and balance cholesterol levels, protecting against atherosclerosis, heart attacks, strokes, and other heart diseases.
The high content of healthy fatty acids in pumpkin seed oil may aid in joint lubrication and might reduce the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis.
How To Consume
- Drizzle in soups, chowders, and broths.
- Use as a simple salad or veggie dressing.
- Dress mashed root veggies and cauliflower.
- Add to mayo or use alone as a sandwich spread.
- Drizzle on avocado toast, garlic bread, focaccia, and pizza.
- Toss with pasta, and add some fresh Parmesan and tomatoes.
- Use it anywhere you would use a finishing oil or green garnish.
- Drizzle on steaks, pork chops, salmon, white fish, shrimp, and chicken.
- Toss grilled or roasted veggies in pumpkin seeds for a pop of bright, delicious flavor.
- Dress fresh greens with pumpkin seeds oil before adding them to sandwiches, pizzas and pasts.
Why Choose Us
Our Oils are obtained by using the mechanism of cold pressing. The cold-pressed oils are extracted from nuts, seeds, and peels of fruits with the help of steel pressers. Unlike others our oils do not use heat for extractions and are pressed at low temperatures, making them one of the bests. The seeds are crushed raw without roasting. It helps to retain the aroma, flavours, and healthy nutrition. The zero involvement of heat in the cold-pressed method makes it a better choice. Although it is a time-consuming process, the quality is much better when compared to the other oils. Besides retention, natural aroma, nutrition, flavour, and texture are its other highlights.
On the contrary, the refined oil-making process involves filtration through various unwanted and hazardous chemicals and heat, making the oils look light and shiny. This mechanized process makes the oilseed devoid of natural organic ingredients that our body needs daily. Refined oil has a lot of fat and is vacant of nutrition.