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Macadamia Oil

Botanical Name of Macadamia:  Macadamia integrifolia and M. ternifolia

Synonyms:  Macadamia nut oil

About Macadamia: Macadamia is a flowering plant which has been native to Australia (Eastern part of Australia) and Indonesia (Sulawesi). This evergreen Tree can grow to a height measuring from 2 meters to 12 meters. Its leaves are elliptical in shape and range between 6 to 30 cms. in length. Macadamia tree bears flowers which are pink or purple in colour and fruits which are hard and woody containing one or at time two seeds. It would take anything between 7 to 10 years for a cultivated macadamia tree to produce the quality of nuts which would have commercial value.  The average life of this tree is about 100 years.  

History of Macadamia: It all started with Eastern Australia where for the first time this plant was known to be grown in the wild. It was in the 1857 scientific name of macadamia integrifolia was given to this plant which was popular by the name of Macadamia. Hawaii was one region where plantation of Macadami was promoted due to its geographical similarities of eastern Australian region. Around middle of twentieth century ‘Royal Hawaiian’ brand of macadamia nuts came into existence which popularized use these nuts in the American continent. Australia still remains the largest producer and supplier of these nuts world over and is closely followed by Hawaii region.

Properties of Macadamia Oil: Macadamia essential oil primarily consists of various fatty acids. The major constituents of this oil include: Myristic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid, Oleic Acid (around 55 to 62%), Palmitic acid, Stearic acid, Linoleic acid, Arachidic, eicosenoic, Vitamin, B, B6, C, E, iron calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, etc.

Health Benefits and Applications Macadamia Oil:

Macadamia Oil is known to have number of benefits, some of the important ones include:

Cooking Oil: Macadamia oil is considered very good for cooking and widely used in parts of Australia for same. The characteristics which make this oil a preferred cooking oil include:

It contains up to 85% of monounsaturated fats, which is good for health. Reduces LDL cholesterol levels.

Has a smoke point of 210 degree Celsius, makes it suitable for frying.

Unrefrigerated shelf life of up to 2 years.

Cosmetics: It has a high oxidative stability with so much of richness of minerals, which makes it suitable to be used number of cosmetic products.

Skin care: Combination of fatty acids and vitamins make macadamia essential oil as good for skin care as it can promote regenerative effects of skin, which means you can get a younger and softer skin by use of this essential oil.

Moisturizer: It also acts as a natural moisturizer for dry skin type and also prevents sun burns on skin.

Other therapeutic properties of Macadamia Oil that make it useful are; anti ageing properties, hair care, healthy heart, control cholesterol levels, etc.

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Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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