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Almonds

Almond nuts and almond nut oil are natural ingredients with a very wide range of uses and benefits. It can be made using almonds from organic farms which do not harm pollinators or place excessive burden on ecosystems.

Nut, Nut Oil

Almond

Other Name(s):

Sweet Almond Oil; Almond Oil; Prunus amygdalus dulcis Oil; Almond Nuts

The almond tree is native to Iran, but is now cultivated in the Mediterranean and extensively in the United States with California producing around 80% of the world’s almond supply.

Are Almonds & Almond Oil Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Almond nuts and almond nut oil are natural ingredients with a very wide range of uses and benefits. It can be made using almonds from organic farms which do not harm pollinators or place excessive burden on ecosystems.

Benefits: Why is Almond Used?

Power Snack

Raw almonds (with the skin) are a source of protein, fibre, healthy fats, magnesium and vitamin E.

Sweet Moisturiser

Almond oil leaves the skin richly moisturised and deeply nourished.

Nourishes Hair

Almond oil nourishes the scalp and may help to prevent hair fall.

Health Boosting

Almonds and Almond oil have natural anti-inflammatory properties and are high in unsaturated fats.

Almond oil can be found on store shelves as a single ingredient oil, great for massages, home-made serums and as a carrier for essential oils. It’s very widely used in cosmetics and skincare products too, from moisturisers to baby balms and everything in between. Of course, it can also be found naturally in raw almonds and almond nut butters.

Almond oil is made by pressing the de-hulled, air dried nuts. Almond oil is most typically cold-pressed and allowed to stand for a few days allowing any remaining nut particles to settle at the bottom of the vessel. The oil is then filtered to remove the particles and the leftover nut powder is used to make almond flour, and almond milk.

Almond oil is comprised of approximately 67% oleic and 25% linoleic acids.

Almond trees are fully reliant on bees for pollination. Without bees we would have no almonds. Almond farmers need to rent bees, if they don't have their own, for the pollination of their trees.

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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