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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Citrullus Vulgaris||USA||Conventional||Cold Pressed||Seeds||lightly scented||Isoluble in water|
Variety: Water Melon Oil
We offer watermelon oils of therapeutic quality to customers that are 100% pure and organic in nature. Supplied in an airtight bottle, the offered oil is prepared as per the set norms of USFDA and is safe to use.
It belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae of the plant. The stem of the plant is 400cm in height and is hairy in appearance. The taproots are shallow with many lateral roots. The leaves of the plant are obviated to ovate in shape and are innately lobed. Seeds are small in size that are embedded in edible pulp and long in size.
History and Historical Uses of Watermelon Oil
• Watermelon oil is also referred to as Kalahari oil or ootanga oil.
• The origin of the watermelon is believed to be in the Kalahari Desert of Africa.
• Archeologically, its harvest was noted 4000 years ago by Egyptians.
• It was used to moisturize skin and promotes growth of hair.
• Traditionally, in Southern Africa, the oil was used as an important ingredient in preparation of soap.
• Watermelon oil acts as excellent carrier oil where it does not clog pores on the skin upon its application.
• The oil maintains the skin elasticity and can be applied to all types of skin.
• It is effective in treating psoriasis and eczema.
General Precautionary Measures!
• Use Watermelon oil on skin and hair with utmost care.
• If you are allergic to watermelon, avoid using the oil.
• In case you are allergic to any nut oils, do not use watermelon oil.