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Italiano: Olio di Amaranto 100%

Amaranth Oil contains the highest amount of Squalene - 8%anti-cancer active and a basic component of human skin which retains oxygen and...

Ingredients&Volume|Overview|Effectiveness&Benefits|Application, Usage and Dosing|Side effects

Ingredients & Volume

Ingredients: 100% cold pressed Amaranth Oil (Oleum Amaránthus) processed by a unique technology of the first press, without refining, preservatives and colorants.

Volume: 100 ml

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Amaranthus herb has been used in Europe since 16th century when it was introduced from South and Middle America where it had been used for thousands of years by mythical Aztecs and Inkas. "Amaranthus" means "everlasting" and really, amarathus flowers do not wilt. Dried Amaranth flowers can be in vase during winter time and that´s why Amaranth is also called winter friend of people.

Bioactive substances

Amaranth Oil is a great source of vitamins B1 (thiamin), B2(riboflavin), E and D, cholin steroids, an excellent source of omega unsaturated fatty acids and many other beneficial elements, particularly the highest amount of Squalene - 8% after shark liver oil - 1,5%. Squalene is anti-cancer active.

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Effectiveness & Benefits

Amaranth Oil contains the highest amount of Squalene - 8% after shark liver oil - 1,5%. Squalene is anti-cancer active and a basic component of human skin which retains oxygen and feeds organs with it. Lack of oxygen is the main reason for cancer cells development. Squalene is also a very strong immunostimulant and source of vitamin D.

Amaranth grain consists of 6 to 9% of oil which is higher than most other cereals. Amaranth oil contains approximately 77% unsaturated fatty acids and is high in linoleic acid, which is necessary for human nutrition. The lipid fraction is unique due to the high squalene content. Amaranth has been rated considerably higher in minerals, such as calcium, iron, phosphorous and caretonoids than most vegetables. Amaranth is good sources of flavanoids, especially for rutin, which are mostly produced in the stage of blossoming.

Amaranth Oil is intended especially for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases such as coronary heart disease and hypertension. Furthermore, it contains a significant amount of magnesium and dietary fiber. This is extremely beneficial for people who have high blood pressure and are at a high risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack.

  • eczema, skin irritation
  • dermatitis, dermatomycosis
  • skin diseases
  • source of vitamin B1, B2, D, E
  • source of squalene
  • liver protection 
  • daily skin care, especially for skin ageing
  • harmonization of cholesterol levels
  • improves mental condition and memory

It has various uses in cosmetics as a natural moisturizer, penetrates the skin quickly, does not leave a greasy feeling on the skin and blends well with other oils and vitamins. What´s more, squalene retards the affects of skin ageing and development of wrinkles while never irritates skin.

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Application, Usage and Dosing

Oral applications

1 tea-spoon 2-3 times a day 30 minutes before meal.

Topical (External) application

Apply oil on the affected part 2 times a day or when it is desirable or neccesary.

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Side effects

Amaranth is not recommended in pregnant or breastfeeding women due to a lack of available scientific evidence. Avoid with allergy or sensitivity to amaranth as well.

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REMEMBER : Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.