Culinary Care – Argan Oil

Argan oil is one of those countable natural essential oils that have great say in the world market because of they can be efficiently used for so many purposes. They are not just a cure to any one ailment but can even work as enhancers to many needful places on the human body.

For centuries before modern times, the Berbers (indigenous people of Morocco) of this area would collect undigested argan pits from the waste of goats which climb the trees to eat their fruit. The pits were then ground and pressed to make the nutty oil used in cooking and cosmetics. However, the oil used in products available for sale today has most likely been harvested and processed with machines in a verifiably clean and sanitary way, namely -

  • cosmetic
  • culinary

The oil was sold in Moroccan markets even before the Phoenicians arrived, yet the hardy argan tree has been slowly disappearing. Overgrazing by goats and a growing, wood-hungry local population have whittled the number of surviving trees down to less than half of what it was 50 years ago. The tree is a relic of the Earth’s Tertiary Period, which ended about 1.6 million years ago, and it grows in only a few other places in the world. It is tenacious, withering and fruitless during extended droughts, and it lives as long as 200 years.

Argan oil is used for dipping bread, on couscous, salads and similar uses. “Amlou” a thick brown paste with a consistency similar to peanut butter is produced by stone grinding roasted almond and Argan oil and is considered a favorite local bread dip. The unroasted oil is traditionally used as a treatment for skin diseases, and has found favour with the cosmetics industry.

Supporting Women All argan sold today is produced by a women’s cooperative that shares the profits among the local women of the Berber tribe. The cooperative has established an ecosystem reforestation project so that the supply of argan oil will not run out and the income that is currently supporting the women will not disappear. The money is providing healthcare and education to the local women, and supporting the entire community as a whole.

Have a look at our reference links now -

  1. Argan Oil by Argan Oil Society
  2. Argan Essential Oil by Cathy Wong
  3. Argan Oil by Jenn Adkins

Turn 26 Again With Argan Oil

‘Pampered’ your skin with those white elephant cosmetics…creams…lotions…those ugly green face-packs…foundations…Even went under the knife!?
Phew!! Time for you to take it easy now…literally!

Heard your friend’s tip…implemented granny’s advice…now listen just to this bland advice of mine for once…No need to indulge in a war with age…pamper it (in the true sense)…and take my word…it will pamper you back…so much that you at Madonna’s age will look like Scarlett Johansson…

The Argan oil I am talking about has been called many names and is considered precious by many people around the globe…If you are wondering what’s the secret of this oil…then…read on…I am here to reveal the secrets of this natural anti-aging liquid…Argan Essential Oil…

Let’s do a sneek-peek in history….For decades…okay…centuries! Berber women from the Atlas have known and treasured Argan oil because of its moisturizing and regenerating properties…And today…the pharmaceutical…cosmetic and food industries are getting more and more interested in Argan oil since science is demonstrating its extraordinary properties…The top one being it’s anti-aging properties…

And ladies and gentlemen! The catch and the bad is that this argan oil is endangered…yes you heard it right…it is an endangered specied…This prompted some Berber women to create and manage cooperatives to produce and distribute argan oil in order to save the Argan tree…and they did..

Wonders of their deeds…Argan oil now is available in two forms….a culinary ingredient for everyday diet or as a skin care product…The Argan oil protects the heart and the blood vessels…is anti-oxidant…and nourishing….whatever it does inside the body shows on the outside…

The Argan oil as a cosmetic is a very potent anti-aging…nourishing…hydrating and regenerating natural care product…Berber women use it for their skin and hair care since it is rich in vitamin A and has a very high content in vitamin E…which is an extremely potent anti-oxidant…stimulates the synthesis of good prostaglandins and inhibits the effects of aging…

Rich in essentials fatty acids…(the schottenol) the Argan oil invigorates the skin by balancing and stimulating the natural physiologic process of the dermis cells….Schottenol stimulates not only the balance but also the regeneration and healing of the

  • Skin
  • Hair
  • Nails

Argan oil is the perfect solution for dry…and devitalized and aging skins as it will deeply moisturize…protect and nourish…

The high level of vitamin E in makes the benefits of argan oil applicable for skin and hair care…whatever the exact need…the oil has the capability to refresh and renew to a high extent the youth and vitality of the skin thus making it a winner in skin care…And how it is the most able oil to make you look of Scarlett’s age…

Because of the benefits for anti-aging…which countless women purchase each year in order to maintain their youth and vigor…When used to treat the natural lines on the face…which appear on the skin due to age or perpetual habits like frowning or laughing…the effects are miraculous…Most dermatologists would advise using preventative measures to treat the skin as opposed to injecting Botox or any other synthetic material…

Also its anti-inflammation properties make it ideal for combating acne and other pimple related skin problems…It brings back the youthful glow to skin…

Wow…This one is not to miss…anyway…just go through the following reference links…

  1. Benefits of Argan Oil by ecogreenforus
  2. A is for Argan oil by Carole Schor
  3. Liquid gold from Morocco by bakepopsx.info