|Radish seed oil uses and benefits Quick Facts|
|Name:||Radish seed oil uses and benefits|
|Scientific Name:||Raphanus sativus|
|Origin||It was believed to be originated in South East Asia and was spread to the world. It is used for cooling purposes. Radish is commercially grown in Korea, Japan, Texas, China, California and Philippines. The Radish was used by Greek in 3rd century and Roman agriculturists in 1st century AD.|
|Health benefits||Maintain healthy hair, scalp and nails, Nourish skin, Treat jaundice, Eliminate free radicals|
It was believed to be originated in South East Asia and was spread to the world. It is used for cooling purposes. Radish is commercially grown in Korea, Japan, Texas, China, California and Philippines. The Radish was used by Greek in 3rd century and Roman agriculturists in 1st century AD.
Health Benefits of Radish seed oil
- This oil is used to maintain healthy hair, skin, scalp and nails.
- It is used to nourish skin and manage hair.
- It is helpful for brittle nails.
- It smoothens the hair follicles and provides a glowing skin.
- It helps to treat jaundice.
- It is also used for blood purification.
- It is used for the prevention of signs of aging by eliminating damage caused by free radicals.
- It is useful for stomach problems and also promotes circulation.
- It is also used to treat fungal infections.
Radish seed oil facts
Radish seed oil is clear to golden in color and is odorless. It is used as a substitute for silicone in skin care and hair products. It could be used as a serum for skin, hair and nails. It absorbs in skin quickly and provides glow to the skin. If used as a hair serum it smoothens the hair follicles and makes it manageable. This oil is a triglyceride that has unusual combination of C20, C18 and C22 fatty acids. Being an emollient it reaches the lower layers of skin.
|Name||Radish seed oil uses and benefits|
|Scientific Name of Radish||Raphanus sativus|
|Native||It was believed to be originated in South East Asia and was spread to the world. It is used for cooling purposes. Radish is commercially grown in Korea, Japan, Texas, China, California and Philippines. The Radish was used by Greek in 3rd century and Roman agriculturists in 1st century AD.|
|Name in Other Languages of Radish||Albanian: rrepkë;
Belarusian: radyska (радыска);
Bulgarian: repichka (репичка);
Greek: rapanáki (ραπανάκι);
Macedonian: rotkvica (ротквица);
Russian: redis (редис);
Serbian: rotkvica (ротквица);
Ukrainian: redys (редис);
Yiddish: retekh (רעטעך);
Armenian: boghk (բողկ);
Chinese: Luóbo (萝卜);
Bengali: Mūlā (মূলা);
Gujarati: Mūḷō (મૂળો);
Georgian: radish (რადიშ);
Hmong: qos liab;
Hindi: moolee (मूली);
Japanese: Daikon (大根);
Kazakh: şalğam (шалғам);
Kannada: Mūlaṅgi (ಮೂಲಂಗಿ);
Khmer: rea dei (រ៉ាដី);
Korean: mu (무);
Malayalam: muḷḷaṅki (മുള്ളങ്കി);
Mongolian: ulaan luuvan (улаан лууван);
Marathi: Muḷā (मुळा);
Myanmar (Burmese): mone lar ny ne (မုန်လာဉနီ);
Sinhala: rābu (රාබු);
Nepali: Mulā (मुला);
Tamil: Muḷḷaṅki (முள்ளங்கி);
Tajik: şalcamca (шалцамча);
Telugu: Mullaṅgi (ముల్లంగి);
Thai: H̄ạw chị thêā ( หัวไชเท้า);
Arabic: fajal (فجل);
Vietnamese: củ cải;
Haitian Creole: radi;
|Extraction method||Solvent or expeller|