Walnut Oil lowers triglycerides and cholesterol, improves liver health, has anti-Inflammatory, anti-bacterial anti-cancer properties, maintains hormone levels, reduces weight, boosts blood vessel functioning and improves blood circulation, promotes regular emptying of bowels, natural pain reliever. Walnuts consist of mostly omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are essential dietary fatty acids and helps in the prevention of coronary heart disease.
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Our walnut oil is obtained from walnut trees in the area of Nagar Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan. These trees are grown in absolute chemical free, pesticide free environs under deep knowledge and efforts of our experts
Taste and color
Walnut oil has a nutty flavor and a light aroma. It has a light yellow color with a strong taste.
Store it in a cool and dry place. Do not refrigerate.
This walnut oil is edible and is safe and healthy to be taken in diet.
Walnut Oil Lowers Triglycerides and Cholesterol
Walnut oil has been identified in a study  to lower blood triglyceride levels substantially. Such an effect is not commonly seen as even the healthiest oils have a strong lowering effect on cholesterol but only mild effect on triglycerides. In the study, walnut oil, given in capsule form 3 gm per day for 45 days. The blood triglycerides (TG) decreased by as much as 33% , which is tremendous improvement.
One can make use of this fact and use walnut oil in dishes without heating it. When walnut oil is heated, it loses much of its nutritional value and antioxidant power when heated.
Walnut oil also helps the body release excess cholesterol.  So, it is effective in reducing cholesterol.
Walnut oil improves liver health
Walnut oil helps in fatty liver condition . Walnut oil stops the accumulation of lipids (fats) in liver cells, thus relieving fatty liver condition. However, people with serious liver disease, like hepatitis should avoid taking oils internally as a general rule. When the liver is weak, it has difficulty processing the nutrients from food.
Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Bacterial Properties
Walnut oil also has high levels of polyunsaturated oils like omega3 and omega 6 which help to reduce inflammation and help prevent diseases like arthritis.Because of omega 3 fatty acids in walnut oil, it is strongly anti-inflammatory. It also helps to kill many strains of bacteria.
Walnut oil may have potential anti-cancer properties against a wide range of cancers which are still being tested. This can be attributed to the omega-3 fatty acids and other phytonutrients in walnut oil like ellagitannins.
Maintains hormone level
Walnuts are rich in phytonutrients and are an excellent source of selenium, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc, iron, and calcium that are helpful in stabilizing our body’s hormones.
Walnut oil helps cut belly fat.Walnut oil may have weight loss properties similar to that of green tea.It can be easily consumed by substituting other oils with walnut oil. Adding walnut oil to our salads can make one feel full and it also helps the body fight its craving for fats.
Boosts Blood Vessel Functioning And Improves Blood Circulation
Consumption of walnut oil helps a great deal in boosting the blood vessel’s overall functioning.
It contains high levels of monounsaturated oils such as omega 9 which help to keep our arteries supple. The flexibility of the arteries promotes the flow of blood free of any hardening leading to hyper tension and heart disease.
Antiseptic – reduces the risk of catching an infection on an open wound.
Anti-inflammatory – Because of omega – 3 fatty acids in walnut oil, it is strongly anti-inflammatory.
Anti-bacterial – kills many strains of bacteria.
Anti-fungal – Walnut oil is a strong anti-fungal, especially against Candida fungus.
Laxative – promotes regular emptying of bowels.
Analgesic – natural pain reliever.
Antihypertriglyceridemic – reduces the risk of developing high triglycerides in blood.
Anti-ageing – can slow down ageing from within.
Skin regenerative – It promotes the regeneration of skin cells to replace dead, shedding cells.
Skin toner – helps one achieve toned skin which fights sagging in skin.
Emollient – fine moisturizer of skin.
Anti-cancer – Walnut oil may have potential anti-cancer properties against a wide range of cancers. These are being evaluated. This can be attributed to the omega-3 fatty acids and other phytonutrients in walnut oil like ellagitannins. 
Antioxidant – mops up free radicals before they cause damage to the DNA and the mitochondria of our cells.
Weight Loss – Walnut oil may have weight loss, similar to green tea.
Wood finishing agent – Walnut oil polishes wood and makes it look better. It keeps the wood protected.
One tablespoon (13.6 grams) of walnut oil contains more than 8 grams, or over 5 times the Dietary Reference Intake (DRI), of an omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
1 tablespoon of walnut oil when taken daily can lower cholesterol level, maintian blood sugar and lowers the risk of getting cancer.
Walnut oil has a rich, nutty flavor that is perfect for salad dressings, to flavor fish and steaks, to toss with pasta, and to jazz up desserts. Walnut oil is best used uncooked or in cold sauces because when it is heated, it can become slightly bitter. This flavor, however, can be a pleasant taste when experienced in moderation.
Unrefined walnut oil is terrific on salads, particularly when you combine it with bits of walnuts. Add walnut oil to a chicken or turkey salad along with some grapes and chopped walnuts. Brush a thin coat of walnut oil on grilled fish and steaks just before serving. Toss freshly cooked pasta in a mixture of walnut oil and spices. Try using walnut oil in dessert recipes that will be enhanced by the nutty flavor.
Walnut oil for Hair
Walnut oil can be applied directly to hair to make it smooth and glossy. However, one can get greater health benefits by taking walnut oil in diet. Why ? Well, that’s because walnut oil is also very high in omega – 6 fatty acids (linoleic acid). Omega – 6 acts as a factor in hair growth. A deficiency of omega-6 may lead to stunted hair growth.
How much walnut oil to take for improved hair growth ? A dosage of about 1 – 3 gm per day can yield positive results.
Walnut oil can be added to egg yolk to create a protein enriching hair treatment. Add few drops of walnut oil to egg yolks. The nutrients in egg yolks are better absorbed in the scalp skin in presence of healthy fatty acids from walnut oil. This penetrates deep into the hair follicles and boosts the protein content of hair shafts. Our hair is primarily made up of protein and water, so this treatment helps a lot.
Walnut oil for Healthier skin
Walnut oil can be applied Neat ( undiluted ) on the skin. Regular application of small amount of walnut oil can provide the following health benefits for skin.
Reduces the signs of ageing, predominantly wrinkles. Apply it on wrinkle prone skin and massage the skin in various circular motions. It is actually very good for eye wrinkles where the skin is very thin and easily prone to fine lines and wrinkles.
Protects the skin from free radical damage – If you are regularly applying walnut oil to skin, many antioxidant compounds get stored in the fat layer under the skin. There they provide antioxidant power as and when needed.
Relieves fungal infections of skin – Apply walnut oil to fungal infections like ringworm, athlete’s foot and candidiasis. One can mix it with coconut oil, or oil of oregano which are powerful anti-fungal themselves.
Walnut oil for Wood Finish
Add 1/3 walnut oil to 2/3 beeswax. Use this combination to polish your wooden products, like wooden handles, furniture, cutting boards. It lends a nice glossy finish to the wood. If the walnut oil seems costly, one can try a substitute like mink oil, or even the relatively inexpensive mineral oil. The results may not be so appreciable with mineral oil as with walnut oil.
Walnut oil for Paint Thinners and Medium
Walnut oil is preferred by many artists as a natural “non toxic” and “no harmful fumes” oil painting medium. It is a nice solvent for paints. Secondly, it is a good paint thinner. It dissolves away the paint from the brush completely, so that there is absolutely no trace of the previous colors on that brush. Walnut oil substitute for this application is linseed oil, which is a relatively cheaper oil.