Thistle Oil (Safflower Oil) High Oleic organic refined
Organic Thistle Seed Oil High Oleic refined, Organic Thistle Oil High Oleic refined, Organic Safflower Oil High Oleic refined
cold pressed, refined
Organic thistle oil refined in other languages:
Bio Distelöl raffiniert, Bio Distelsamenöl raffiniert, Bio Safloröl raffiniert, organic thistle seed oil refined, organic thistle oil refined, organic safflower oil refined, huile de chardon bio raffinée, olio di cardo organico raffinato, aceite de cardo orgánico refinado, органическое масло расторопши рафинированное
CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS SEED OIL
The home of the safflower is probably Asia Minor to the Middle East. In the Middle Ages, it was known primarily as a color plant. Today, the main purpose of cultivation is the extraction of oil. The safflower is an annual, in cultivation sometimes two year old growing plant, 10 to 60 cm tall with a strong taproot. The leaves are bare, rather soft, on the edge of fine thorny teeth and spined at the top. The flowers are first reddish yellow, later vivid orange red and have a tube about 20 to 25 mm long, which are divided into 5 lancet-line, about 4 to 6 mm long, two-lobed lobes of light red color. The fruit is an ivy colored closing fruit (Achene). It is obovate to pear-shaped, 6-8 mm long, 3-4 mm wide and 2.5 mm thick. The seed enclosed by the 0.5 mm thick seed coat is about 5.7 mm long and yellowish gray to dirty white. The safflower contains in addition to the fat oil also the safflower dye, called carthamin. The safflower thrives best in summer-warm climates. It is highly insensitive to drought. For good growth, it even needs a certain amount of dryness, as it is sensitive to flower rot during and after flowering.
How organic thistle oil refined is produced:
The plant is harvested when it´s already quite dry, but not yet dried out. Harvest time is thus from August to September, whereby the grains in the combine, the petals for further processing as a dye are harvested by hand. Organic safflower oil refined is obtained from the seeds of Carthamus tinctorius by pressing or extraction. By cold pressing to obtain a suitable edible oil, by hot pressing a technical usable oil. The following refining process consists of the steps degumming, neutralization (only if the acid number is >4), bleaching (if the color values require it), deodorization (about 1.5h at 210°C.). The final stage of the refining process is thus the deodorizing, which is why the declaration of the refined oil as "deodorized" would also be permissible and true. That is why we can provide our oil with the attribute R = refined.
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Organic thistle oil and its applications:
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