creams lotions and oils put on the skin are absorbed into the
tissue and then move through the capillaries into the blood stream.
When poisons (insecticides, herbicides, fungicides) are use by
agribusiness to grow seed, nut and vegetable oil crops, molecules
of those poisons show up in the extracted oil. To fully extract
the oils, heat and a powerful solvent, hexane are used. Molecules
of hexane can be found in commercial oils.
Heating to 450 degrees F in the extraction process changes the
nature of the oil molecule from a normal trans fatty acid to an
abnormal configuration. Not only is it abnormal, it is poisonous.
is true of all of such currently popular commercial oils for the
skin, such as grape seed, almond, peanut and olive oils.
oils used as the base oils of skin care lotions and creams bring
whatever poisonous molecules are in the oils to the user. These
are trace amounts but they are poison to the body. The liver will
extract some to be excreted as waste but some will be stored in
the body tissues. These stored poisons do not go away.
cold pressed sesame seed oil has been extracted simply by squeezing
the seeds in a big press. The process is not as efficient as using
heat and hexane, but the oil remaining from organic cold pressed
seeds, nuts or vegetables has no trace farm chemicals, no hexane
molecules, no poisonous trans fatty acids.
cold pressed seed and nut oils are substantially more expensive
than commercial oils. Though they start off infinitely better
than commercial oils, more processing must be done to complete
the ayurveda protocols and make the oils fully beneficial and
appropriate for human and animal use. Those are the protocols
we follow at YOUTHING STRATEGIES.
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