Thursday, September 12, 2013

Rice Bran Oil KING OF OIL

In 1998, When I was deciding which oil can represent omhealth Carrier oil and can help many people.

That means for body and also mix with 3 oil massage neck shoulder or back pain: (refer my 3 oil method)

I was given JOJOBA< AVOCADO< COCONUT< SEASEMEE< GRAPESEED < ALMOND < APRICOT I chosen rice bran oil. To represent Asian respect of rice and it thousands years History. And also Best VITAMIN E and non sticky.

Rice Bran Oil when apply to skin has so much benefits which other oil cant compare.

Among the many sterols present in the unsaponifiable fraction of rice bran oil, oryzanols and tocotrienols are two distinctly different component groups that have been intensively studied for their health benefits (Rogers et al., 1993; Rong et al., 1997).
 The high antioxidant property of gamma-oryzanol has been widely recognized. Studies have shown several physiological effects related to gamma-oryzanol and related rice bran oil components.
Oryzanol has also been used to treat nerve imbalance and disorders of menopause (Nakayama et al., 1987).
Rice bran oil is the only readily available oil, other than palm, that contains significant levels (approximately 500 ppm) of tocotrienols (Eitenmiller, 1997). These occur in at least four known forms and are similar to the tocopherols in chemical structure. They belong to the vitamin E family and are powerful natural antioxidants (Tomeo et al., 1995). The protective benefits of dietary antioxidants in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and some forms of cancer have been widely publicized (Eitenmiller, 1997; Nesaretnam et al., 1998).

I love rice bran oil, every time I use on my skin : it remind me of our ancestors.
The history of rice as a food staple dates back to 2500 B.C. Of course, it was probably consumed long before that date! The documentation begins in China and moves to other areas. It seems that, as people traveled around, they shared the benefits of rice as they went. It was also likely that traders had a great deal to do with its spread.


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