Wood Pressed Mustard Oil

Wood Pressed Mustard Oil

Regular price Rs. 250.00
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  • 100% Pure and Natural
  • High Nutritional Value
  • Natural Flavour And Aromas
  • No Added Preservatives Or Chemicals

Enjoy the goodness of handpicked seeds and nutrition packed into every drop

  • Made Without Heating: Extracted at less than 50-degree Celsius
  • Free From Preservatives & Solvents: Completely natural with zero chemicals
  • Retains Nutritional Values: Zero trans-fat with natural flavour, aroma, nutritional value
  • Sun-Dried Seeds: Completely non-roasted seeds
  • Microbial Growth

    Mustard oil has great antimicrobial properties that can help stop the growth of a number of bacteria. It can also inhibit the growth of certain types of fungi and mould.

  • Heart Health

    Mustard oil is a high source of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA), which has been known to be linked with heart health. It helps in lowering triglyceride, regulate blood pressure, and blood sugar levels, all of which are linked with a healthy heart.

  • Promote Skin and Hair Health

    Mustard oil is often applied topically on the skin to promote hair growth and boost overall skin health. Wood cold-pressed oil retains all the natural nutritional benefits, which is why it is great for your skin and hair.

  • Treat Cold Symptoms

    Pure mustard oil is known to combat the signs and symptoms of cold, including coughing and congestion.

  • Helps in Pain

    Mustard oil contains allyl isothiocyanate and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), both of which are known to provide relief from pain and inflammation, especially for people with Rheumatoid arthritis.

  • High Smoke Point

    Mustard oil has a high smoke point, which means that it takes a higher temperature to break down and produce smoke as a result of fats oxidising in the oil. It can be a real hazard to your health, something that mustard oil prevents completely.

  • Procurement

    Fresh Mustard
    are procured from the
    local farmers

  • Thorough Cleaning

    After decorticating, the seeds
    are cleaned thoroughly to
    remove the impurities.

  • Sun Drying Seeds

    Seeds are sun-dried
    to protect their
    nutrients.

  • Pressing at Slow Speeds

    Seeds are pressed using wooden
    pestles at very slow speed to retain all
    vital nutrients in the oil.

  • Filtration

    The oil is then passed
    through cloth filter to remove
    any sediments or impurities. 

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FAQ

Why wood press oils are costly compared to other oils that people use?
Wood press oils are obtained by pressing oil seeds with a wooden churner at low speed. Unlike other processes, in this process, only a limited amount of oil is obtained from the seeds. In addition, no chemicals are used to extract the oil from the seeds, making its manufacturing costly.
Do these oils have an expiry date?
Yes, every oil has an expiry or a ‘use before’ date. Please see the label printed on the bottle to know the expiry date.
Does your company offer any discount on subscription?
Yes, you can see the product page for checking the discounts running at a particular point in time.
From where should I buy wood press oil?
You can buy wood-press oil online on our website www.nayeshamills.com or by placing an order on call at +91 7300483669.
Can these oils be heated?
Yes, you can heat these oils and can be used for deep frying as well.
How should wood pressed oil be stored?
The oil should be stored in a cool and dry place and should be kept at room temperature for storage purposes.
What is the difference between wood pressed oil and refined oil?
Wood press oil is extracted through a natural process where seeds are pressed with the help of a wooden churner until the oil is released. The oil obtained through this process remains free from chemicals and additives, which makes it best for the body. On the other hand, the oil obtained through bleaching or deodorizing is called refined oil. In addition to chemicals, the oil may also contain palm oil, making it harmful for the body.