|Plum Kernel Oil uses and benefits Quick Facts|
|Name:||Plum Kernel Oil uses and benefits|
|Colors||Golden yellow, clear|
|Health benefits||Skin health, Acts as a moisturizer, Treat edema, Promote urination, Treat inflammation|
Health Benefits of Plum Kernel oil
- It is used to moisturize, nourish and protect hair as well as skin health.
- It is used to make look young and prevents signs of aging.
- It is also used to moisturize brittle nails.
- It could be used as an ingredient for lipsticks, lip balms and other lip care products.
- It is used on serums and eye creams.
- It helps to soften bowels and treat constipation.
- It is also used for the treatment of edema and also promotes urination.
- It helps to moisturize damaged skin.
- It lowers the irritation and appearance of puffiness.
- It could eliminate dark circles, dark spots and wrinkles.
- It helps to treat skin problems such as psoriasis and eczema.
- The intake of Plum oil helps to stimulate water circulation in body.
- It is a cure for inflammation.
- People with health problems should consult the doctor for use.
- A patch test is preferred before use.
- Allergic people should not use it.
- Use it in moderate amounts.
How to Eat
It is used to refine sweet pastries and desserts.
Plum Kernel oil facts
Plum kernel oil is closely related to almond oil and apricot kernel oil. It possesses rich and complex fragrance with heart notes of marzipan and almonds. It has high concentration of oleic acid along with moisturizing and emollient properties. Due to high content of γ–tocopherol it is highly resistant to oxidation. It is rich in unsaturated fats and Vitamin E that is helpful for stressed and dry skin.
|Name||Plum Kernel Oil uses and benefits|
|Scientific Name of Plum tree||Prunus domestica|
|Common/English Name||Prune Kernel Oil, Plum oil|
|Name in Other Languages of Plum fruit||Albanian: llokum;
Belarusian: zlivu (зліву);
Bulgarian: sliva (слива);
Greek: damáskino (δαμάσκηνο);
Macedonian: sliva (слива);
Russian: sliva (слива);
Serbian: šljiva (шљива);
Ukrainian: zlyvu (зливу);
Armenian: salor (սալոր);
Yiddish: floym (פלוים);
Chinese: Lǐzǐ (李子);
Bengali: Bara’i (বরই);
Georgian: k’liavi (ქლიავი);
Hindi: ber (बेर);
Gujarati: Sarasa vastu (સરસ વસ્તુ);
Hmong: txiv moj mab;
Kannada: Plam (ಪ್ಲಮ್);
Japanese: Ume (梅);
Kazakh: alxorı (алхоры);
Korean: jadu (자두);
Khmer: proun (ព្រូន);
Marathi: Manukā (मनुका);
Malayalam: plaṁ (പ്ലം);
Mongolian: khar chavga (хар чавга);
Nepali: Ālubakhaḍā (आलुबखडा);
Myanmar (Burmese): jee see (ဇီးသီး);
Sinhala: viyali midi (වියලි මිදි);
Tamil: Piḷam (பிளம்);
Telugu: Plaṁ (ప్లం);
Thai: Phlạm (พลัม);
Arabic: barquq (برقوق);
Somali: khudaar bulug;
Haitian Creole: prin;
|Extraction method||Cold pressed|
|Color||Golden yellow, clear|
|Flavor/aroma||Mild, sweet, marzipan, nutty|