|Product Name:||Samara oil|
|Extraction Source:||Samara oil tree seeds|
Latin Scientific Name: Elaeagnus mollis Diels
Elaeagnus serrata is one of the six palaeontological plants unique to China that survived the Quaternary glaciers, and is included in the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red Book of Endangered Animals and Plants (IUCN). The natural forests of samara oil trees in the world only survive in pollution-free mountains between 800 and 1,500 meters above sea level, such as Luliang Mountain and Yunqiu Mountain in southern Shanxi, China.
The protein in samara oil is composed of 17 kinds of amino acids, 8 kinds of amino acids are essential to the human body, and samara oil contains 7 kinds.
The ratio of α-linolenic acid to linoleic acid in samara oil is 1:7, which is very close to the ratio of breast milk. Its nutrients are also very rich, balanced and comprehensive like breast milk, and it is easily absorbed by the body. "Natural breast milk".
Samara oil has a good effect on improving human immunity, enhancing vitality and delaying aging. To
Due to the scarcity of production areas, samara oil is more rare than Cordyceps.
Use: Raw materials for cosmetics and health products