Size: 30 ml violet glass bottle
Distillation: Cold-pressed from non-certified organic seeds
Botanical name: Vitis vinifera “Greuner”
Note: Most grape seed oil available in the US market is solvent extracted, or expeller pressed at very high temperatures (even those sold as food products). This food quality cold-pressed oil can be used internally or externally.
Physical Properties of Grape Seed Botanical Oil
- Emollient-increases skin hydration
- Regenerative-skin, nerves, hair, bones
- Supports weight loss
- Tonic–heart, brain, nervous system,
Internal–oral as food or supplement (high levels of Omega 6 EFA’s indicate that it should be used in small amounts)
External–topical, skin treatment, massage, cosmetic use, carrier oil, hair and scalp treatment
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Grape seed is very high in nutrients. It contains particularly high levels of vitamin E. It is over 60% Omega 6 EFA, one of the highest in this nutrient. Modern research indicates that the optimal dietary ratio of Omega 3 to Omega 6 should be anywhere between 1:1 up to 10:1.
This cold-pressed oil is a wonderful carrier oil for massage blends, heart and cardiovascular blends, and brain blends.
Grape seed oil is nourishing to the hair and scalp. When massaged into the scalp before shampooing, it can relieve dandruff and dryness. It strengthens the hair shafts and brings life to dull, damaged, or tired hair. In some cases it has been known to help restore hair loss.
Grape seed oil is a deep moisturizer, and can help maintain skin elasticity to prevent premature aging skin and wrinkles. It helps tone and tighten skin, and relieves dryness. It makes a wonderful addition to cremes, oil blends, and lotions for regenerating skin.
- No contraindications are known. Grape seed oil is generally regarded as safe at normal dosages.
- Do not use internally during pregnancy or lactation, or with infants or small children.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.