| ||Botanical Name ||: ||Carthamus tinctorius |
| ||Common Name ||: ||Sallflower, Beni, Chimichanga, or Carthamus Tinctorius |
| ||CAS # ||: ||8001-23-8 |
| ||Plant Parts Used ||: ||Seeds |
| ||Extraction Method ||: ||Cold Pressed |
| ||Color & Odor ||: ||Pale yellow to yellow liquid with typical and characteristic aroma |
Safflower is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual plant. It is commercially cultivated for vegetable oil extracted from the seeds. Constituents & Specifications :
oleic acid, linoleic acid, Linoleic acid, Stearic acid, lecithin, tocopherols, carotenoids and waxes Benefits & Uses :
- Safflower Carrier Oil is heavily used in manufacturing, massage therapy, and to a lesser degree, as a carrier oil in aromatherapy.
- Safflower Carrier Oil is easily absorbed.
- Safflower oils use as a supplement, it is also used in cooking, salad dressings and other culinary applications.
- Safflower oil is used in skin care formulations that treat dry and damaged skin. Safflower oil is moisturized and soothing to skin.