Pumpkin seed Oil - 250 ml

Oleum semini Cucurbitae

Français: Huile de graines de Citrouille
Español: Aceite de semilla de Calabaza
Italiano: Olio di semi di Zucca

Pumpkin seed Oil relieve discomfort and ameliorate: bladder ailments, thinning hair, muscle cramps, arteriosclerosis, spinal problems, bed wetting in children.

Content

  1. Overview

  2. Effectiveness & Benefits

  3. Application, Use and Dosage

  4. Side effects

Ingredients & Volume

Ingredients: Cold pressed Pumpkin seed oil 100% (Oleum semini Cucurbitae)

Energy value per 100g: 3696 kJ/899 kcal.

Nutritional value per 100 g: Protein content 0 g, carbohydrates 0 g, fats 99.9 g.

Volume: 250 ml

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Shelf life

When stored in a cool (under 20°C), dark place, the oil keeps well for a good 12 months. After this period, the oil loses some of its aroma and vitamin content. Opened bottles are best stored in the refrigerator. Look for oil in dark bottles. Oil should not be left standing for too long on well-lighted shelves.

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Overview

Pumpkin seed Oil (Oleum semini Cucurbitae) is pressed from raw pumpkin seeds with many health benefits. It has a rich and nutty flavor and is a  potent source of beneficial fatty acids, antioxidants and DHT blocking compounds such as beta-sitosterol and delta-7-sterine. High quality pumpkin seed oil is often used as a salad dressing. It can be used to add flavor and nutrition to soups, sauces and many other recipes. It should not be used as an oil for frying or in baking as high temperatures can damage its delicate structure.

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Effectiveness & Benefits

Pumpkin seeds oil improve treatment of digestive system, especially colon by intestinal parasites and worms. It has antiseptic properties and can reliably clean up bowels. Pumpkin oil contains the high amount of zinc and is popularin thetreatment of problems with prostate and in particular prostate cancer. It increases potency, normalises prostate functions, heals mucositis and inflammation of digestive system. Pumpkin seeds oil reduces
cholesterol level in blood especially by women.
Added to salad, Pumpkin oil is undoupteedly one of the most delicious oils.

Pumpkin seeds oil is a delicious oil with several marked healing properties:

  • normalizes prostate functions, increases potency
  • prostate cancer 
  • lowers cholesterol level in blood 
  • antisepticinfluence inbowels 
  • positive effect on digestive system
  • heals inflammations of mucosae (mucositis), esp. in digestive tract 
  • contains a lot of zinc 
  • stimulates kidney functions 
  • helps to flush toxic substances out of body

1. Heart Health

Magnesium in Pumpkin seeds participates in a wide range of vitally important physiological functions, the pumping of your heart, proper bone and tooth formation, relaxation of your blood vessels and proper bowel function.

Magnesium harmonize blood pressure and help prevent sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack and stroke.

 

2. Immune Support

Zinc in is important to your body in many ways, including immunity, cell growth and division, sleep, mood, your senses of taste and smell, eye and skin health, insulin regulation and male sexual function.

Deficiency in zinc is associated with increased colds and flu, chronic fatigue, depression, acne, low birth weight babies.

 

3.  Plant-Based Omega-3 Fats

Pumpkin seeds are one of the best sources of plant-based omega-3s (alpha-linolenic acid or ALA).

 

4. Prostate Health

Pumpkin seeds Oil is an important natural food for men’s health. This is in part because of their high zinc content, which is important for prostate health and also because Pumpkin seed Oil is a helpful in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia - BPH and enlarged prostate.

5. Anti-Diabetic Effects

Pumpkin seeds Oil may help improve insulin regulation and help prevent diabetic complications by decreasing oxidative stress.

6. Against Menopausal Symptoms

Pumpkin seed Oil is rich in natural phytoestrogens and it lead to a significant increase in good “HDL” cholesterol along with decreases in blood pressure, hot flashes, headaches, joint pains and other menopausal symptoms in postmenopausal women.

7. Heart and Liver Health

Pumpkin seeds Oil, rich in healthy fats, antioxidants and fibers, may provide benefits for heart and liver health, particularly when mixed with Line Oil.

8. For Restful Sleep

Pumpkin seeds Oil is a rich source of tryptophan, an amino acid (protein building block) that human body converts into serotonin, which in turn is converted into the sleep hormone - melatonin. Using Pumpkin seeds Oil a few hours before bed, along with a carbohydrate like a small piece of fruit, may be especially beneficial for providing your body the tryptophan needed for your melatonin and serotonin production to help promote a restful night’s sleep.

9. Anti-Inflammatory Benefits

Pumpkin seed Oil has anti-inflammatory effects like the anti-inflammatory drug indomethacin in treating arthritis but without the side effects.

10. Cancer

Effects of phytoestrogen extracts isolated from pumpkin seeds was demonstrated on estradiol production and estrogen receptor/progesterone receptor expression in breast cancer and trophoblast tumor cells. Thus, Pumpkin seeds Oil may be beneficial to people at risk of breast cancer.

11. Osteoporosis

Pumpkin seed Oil is a good source of zinc and its supplementation has been shown to protect from an enhanced risk of femoral neck fracture due to chronic exposure to cadmium in a rat study. Zinc-rich foods are known to benefit people at risk of osteoporosis.

12. Kidney Stone

Pumpkin seeds Oil to slow down the stone formation in the urine. Thus, it may benefit people at risk of kidney stone.

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Bioactive substances

Bioactive substances in Pumpkin seed Oil

  • Fatty acids: 9% saturated fatty acids, 34% monounsaturated fatty acids, 55% (double) polyunsaturated fatty acids, 2% (triple) polyunsaturated fatty acids. Pumpkin seed oil contains a high amount of the essential fatty acids oleic and linoleic acids, palmitic, stearic, tocopherols including beta-, gamma- and delta-tocopherol
  • Amino acids
  • Phytosterols (including beta-sitosterol)
  • Vitamin A as beta-carotin, tamin B1, B2, B3, B6, Vitamin C, Niacin, Niacin equivalent, pantothenic acid, pyroxene, biotin, Vitamin D, Vitamin E (50 mg per 100 ml, 5 times richer in Vitamin E the olive oil)
  • Minerals and trace elements : chlorine, iron, fluorine, iodine, potassium, calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, sodium, phosphorus, selenium, sulfur, zinc.
  • Carotenoids, especially Zeaxanthin

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Properties

Anti-inflammatory, regenerative, immunostimulatory, restores and stabilizes the membranes of liver cells, prevents cirrhosis, favorably affects prostate function, prevents the development of adenoma, lowers blood cholesterol, slows the development of arteriosclerosis.

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Recommended at

  • hepatitis
  • gout
  • reduced immunity in case of indigestion
  • parasitic infections
  • urinary tract problems
  • as a natural laxative
  • as a prevention of prostatitis
  • detoxification of the organism
  • incontinence
  • diabetes
  • rheumatism
  • swelling of the limbs
  • overweight
  • intestinal parasites
  • urinary tract inflammation
  • constipation
  • psoriasis
  • acne
  • eczema
  • biliary tract disease
  • gastritis
  • gastric and duodenal ulcers
  • arteriosclerosis
  • prostate
  • cervical erosion
  • herpes
  • eczema
  • burns
  • intestinal parasites
  • lowering cholesterol
  • accelerating tissue regeneration
  • stimulates kidney function

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Application, Use and Dosage

1 tea spoon 2-3 times a day before food.

Pumpkin seeds Oil is lovely when adding to a salad, 1 tea or table spoon.

It could be potentially added to food such as a nutrient supplement as well as a functional agent.

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Side effects

Pumpkin seed Oil has no contraindications and no side effects have been identified. It can also be given to young children. Nevertheless, any herbal remedy can cause an allergic reaction in some people.

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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.