Amaranth oil for naturopathic physicians
Amaranth oil for
People are looking for new ways to heal and so is the community of naturopathic physicians. The perfect product should be 100% natural and provide as many health benefits as possible. The solution? Cold-pressed amaranth oil.
Amaranth oil has only the best of the best characteristics. Super high amounts (up to 8%) of the mighty squalene, high amounts of vitamin e, about 46-50% linoleic acid, and about 22-26% oleic acid. This trio of squalene, vitamin e, and unsaturated fats hasn't been seen combined in nature before and may provide incredible health benefits.
Some of squalene's extraordinary health benefits may be cancer fighting, stronger immune system, and better skin health. Linoleic acid’s may be helpful for diabetic neuropathic, allergies, attention deficit/hyperactivity (ADHD), rheumatoid arthritis, eczema, breast cancer, high blood pressure (hypertension), osteoporosis, mastalgia multiple sclerosis, menopausal symptoms, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Oleic acid has shown to have positive effects on cancer, autoimmune and inflammatory disease, and facilitates wound healing.
Amaranth oil helps to reduce inflammation.
Amaranth oil improves the heating of burns and skin related issues.
Amaranth oil improves mental performance and memory functions.
Amaranth oil acts to prevent and reduce CT damage in liver tissues.
Amaranth oil contributes to the decrease and disappearance of headaches, weakness, increased fatiguability, shortness of breath during a physical activity, edema of legs towards the evening hours, and feeling of intermission of heart function in most patients.
If you are a naturopathic physicians and want to do research on amaranth and amaranth oil, please use our science page, where you can find a collection of studies and journals.
A natural product that has so many impressive benefits needs to be available to people that are suffering certain illnesses. Please consider lending your voice to health and share the benefits of amaranth.
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