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Walnut Oil

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Pure Walnut Oil. No Additives

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Origin: USA, Asia, France, Australia, California and New Zealand

Botanical Name: Juglans ragia

Extraction method: Cold Expeller Pressed [The oil is extracted in a high pressure environment. The high pressure is necessary to obtain oil from thick nuts and seeds.]

Color: Topaz

Aroma: Rich and with a nutty aroma

Benefits: Walnut Oil is reported to be very beneficial in the healing of wounds and in skin ailments. Very unsaturated, walnut oil has great moisturizing, regenerative and toning properties. It also is rich in antioxidants and for all of these reasons it is an excellent choice for anti-aging and anti-wrinkle products and for creams or products for dry, mature or normal skin. Walnut oil is fungicidal and a parasitic oil which is also believed to help eliminate warts when rubbed on the skin. It is also beneficial for other skin disorders such as herpes, eczema, psoriasis, and skin parasites. It is also great for dandruff and sunburned skin. Traditionally walnut oil has been used topically for the treatment of leprosy, gangrene, and other skin wounds.

Viscosity: Heavy

Common Uses: It is used in food, medicine, art supplies and in cosmetics. In cosmetics it is good for use in thicker creams and massage formulations because it is a fairly thick oil. It is a great ingredient in anti-wrinkle products such as anti wrinkle eye creams and anti-aging face creams, it is also used in body lotions, soap, bath oils, massage blends, and lip balms. In skin toning and anti-aging products, walnut oil should be used at between 10-15 % in order to be effective. It is a great carrier oil in body massage.

Absorption: Easily absorbed

Shelf Life: 1 year

Cautions: Should be avoided by those with nut allergies. All nut oils should be avoided by those who have any nut allergy as the results can be fatal. For external use only.

Vitamins / Minerals / Lipids contained: It is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids and are rich in the vitamins B-1, B-2 and B-3 as well as vitamin E, C and niacin. Rich in antioxidants.

Plant / Oil History: Remains of walnuts have been found in the Himalayas as well as Persia, Turkey Switzerland and Italy. The oldest remains were found in northern Iraq. During the Neolithic period which is between 8, 000 B.C.E. and 2, 000 and began in Southwest Asia and expaned throughout Europe items were found in Switzerlan’s lake district which included walnuts. In 1795 B.C.E. the Code of Hammurabi was written by Hammurabi, the 6th king of Babylon and walnuts were mentioned in regards to laws governing food. The first time walnuts were cultivated were by the Persians and then the Greeks. Greeks were using the nut not just for food but as a dye for cloth and hair and as a medicine. Walnuts are first mentioned in the British Isles in 1567. From the Middle Ages up to the end of the 18th century Europeans were using walnuts to create a nutritious milk which was a household staple. Native American were consuming the black walnut from 2000 B.C.E., long before the Europeans arrived. The early colonists tried to cultivate the English walnut from Europe but it did not thrive in America and they began to also consume the black walnut. It soon became a valued ingredient.

Plant / Oil Description: Walnuts come from walnut trees. These large trees are deciduous and grow up to 40 meters tall. They have pinnate leaves which are 7-35 inches long and consist of up to 25 leaflets. The walnut itself consists of a thick outer husk that needs to be removes in order to reach the hard inner shell of the nut. There are different varieties of walnut trees but the best known is the common walnut which is native to the Balkans in southeast Europe, southwest China and southwest and central Asia to the Himalaya.

Plant Habitat: Walnuts need full and consistent sun. They also benefit from wind protection and are very resistant to drought. The walnut can be found in southeastern Europe to across Asia and to China. It is very abundant in the Himalayas. Different species of walnuts are also found in Japan and China. The black walnut species is the common species of walnut found in the eastern United States.

Storage: Keep in a cool, dark place. Once opened it should be refrigerated

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Walnut Oil MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)Back to Menu

Division and Location
Section I - Product Identification:
Product Name: Walnut Oil
Botanical Name: Juglans ragia
Section II - Composition::
Composition: Vegetable Oil Triglycerides
Section III - Hazardous Ingredients :
Hazards:Non Hazardous
Risk Phrases:None
Safety Phrases:None
24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER:(617) 472-9300
Section IV - First Aid :
Eye Contact:Flush eye with water or standard eye wash solution. Seek medical advice should irritation occur and persist
Skin Contact:Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water
Section V - Fire Fighting Measures
Fire:Recommended extinguishing media – CO2, foam and dry chemicals. DO NOT use direct water jet on burning material.
Flash Point:Closed Cup Method greater then 600°F
Section VI - Accidental Release Measures
This product decomposes biologically. No particular measures are needed therefore, nor any precautions in case of accidental spilling. Whenever a product is spilled, however it is advisable to absorb it with sand, or wood dust to avoid hazardous slipperiness.
Section VII - Handling and Storage
For best warehousing we recommend a temp of 15 to 25°C. Limit oxygenation (air contact). Keep in original containers or plastic-coated containers
Section IIX - Exposure Control & Personal Protection
Exposure ControlIn accordance with good industrial practice. Handle using standard eye protection.
Personal ProtectionIn accordance with good industrial practice. Handle using standard eye protection.
Section IX - Physical & Chemical Properties
Colorclear liquid
ScentAlmost odorless
Specific Gravity Less than 1 at 15°C
Section X - Stability and Reactivity
Stability and ReactivityProduct is Stable under normal circumstances. Just avoid high temperature in warehouse. Product does not decompose under normal conditions
Section XI - Intoxications
Intoxications Not applicable
Section XII - Toxic Effects
OralN/A
DermalN/A
InhalationN/A
Section XIII - Ecological Information
Ecological InformationTo be used under normal, good working procedures, avoid spillage in the environment. When ever possible recover spilled product. When product must be discarded, do so into an authorized dump or recycling service station. Act in accordance with local & national regulations.
Section XI - Preparation Information:
Section XII - Revision Date:
Date: February, 01 2009
By: SoapGoods.com

The statements, technical information, and recommendations contained herein are reliable, but they are given without warranty or guarantee of any kind, expressed or implied, we assume no responsibility for any loss, damage or expense, direct or consequential, arising out of their use.

SoapGoods.com expressly disclaims responsibility as to the ordinary or otherwise use(s). Furthermore, SoapGoods.com as to the fitness for any use should consider nothing container herein as a recommendation. The liability of SoapGoods.com is limited to the value of the goods and does not include any consequential loss

Walnut Oil Video Transcript "Introduction"Back to Menu

Walnut oil is extracted from the Walnut and is a light yellowish color. It is used in foods the art industry and cosmetics, however it is primarily used as an ingredient in cold dishes. The demand for walnut oil is low due to problems with using it as a cooking or frying oil and because when used by artists it creates a film. It can become rancid is not stored properly. It is a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids and in cosmetics it is considered a great emollient and moisturizer. It is easily absorbed by the skin and is used in massage therapy.



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