Oil obtained from the seeds.
The oil contains abundant degrees unsaturated acids, particularly linolenic acid (41%) and linoleic (39%)
ulcers, eczema and
, wound healing of surgical incisions, keloids, scarring
, radiodermitis. On the domestic route, could have indications similar to those of
we have not found references on its oral use.
In the treatment of
, in case of
skins, we should try to eliminate the fat beforehand, otherwise it comedogénico.
Caution / Poisoning.
It should add
to prevent the oxidation of the oil.
Galenica forms / Dosage.
Oil, to 25%.
Emulsion O / W to 3%.
This plant gives some fruits that have different properties: erase wrinkles, stretch marks, scars, burns and stains of varicose veins, replenishes
to the skin, and applies at
even in serious cases.
According to the latest scientific findings is one of the most powerful skin regeneration that exist, without dangerous effects and that the only contraindication to have
high lipid (fat) is not recommended in fat or skins with
Their uses are not exhausted by the wrinkles, is highly beneficial in case of stretch marks, burns, scars, keloids and skin blemishes due to varicose veins or spills. The oil is applied by drops on the affected area and
gently until it penetrates the skin, in
routine that in one month gives surprising results.
His power regenerator is due to the presence of fatty acids such as linoleic, oleic, and arachidonic, vital
in the formation of the membrane of the cells, defense mechanisms, and the growth of the skin.
also serves after exposure to sunlight or other external agents such as wind and cold, these factors that resected.
In the case of pregnant women cosmiatría recommends the gentle
on the breasts and abdomen during the last trimester of
to avoid the appearance of stretch marks.
Any cream can be enriched with
few drops of this oil, 10 drops is recommended for every 30 grams of cream.
This oil is achieved in herbalists, dietary and
Peris, JB; Stübing, G; Vanaclocha, B. Form of leaf. Valencia: M. I. Official College of Pharmacists, in press.
. The Guide INCAFE of useful and Poisonous Plants of the
Peninsula and the Balearics. Madrid: INCAFE, 1991, pp. 545 - 8.