Within nut oils we find distinctive characteristics that make them unique. We have previously commented in other articles about this type of oil, such as hazelnut oil or almond oil, but do you know all the properties of walnut oil and how to benefit from them? Read on to discover them!

The properties of walnut oil

First of all, thanks to its high Omega 3 and 6 content, walnut oil is excellent for combating cardiovascular problems and preventing fat accumulation. Do you know why? This is because the nutrients help blood circulation by eliminating harmful fat that accumulates in the blood. If you’d like us to talk more in depth about these fatty acids, feel free to leave us your comments!

On the other hand, like other nut oils, walnut oil is beneficial for the skin, nails and hair. This is because it is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory product. Unlike other oils, nut oils are especially used in all kinds of soaps and bath gels because of these properties.

How do we benefit from these properties?

Once we have seen its fundamental properties, this question comes to mind: How can we use walnut oil in our daily lives? If we want to benefit from the aesthetic properties, i.e. for the hair or skin, we recommend applying it directly to dry hair as if it were a conditioner or gel. This will have an immediate effect and results will be achieved as quickly as possible. In addition, it is very pleasant to the skin and has a mild smell which makes it much easier to apply.

Did you know that walnut oil is perfect for seasoning our dishes? This is because it is lighter, healthier and tastier than other oils. Moreover, consuming it cold is the best way to obtain all its properties. Even so, it has a short shelf life, so Zenat recommends storing it in a dry place so that it does not spoil easily.

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