The seed oil aroma is sweet with light tart nutty honey note.
Persimmon seed oil helps to revitalize the cells in your skin while also killing off free radicals. It also has incredibly high levels of vitamin C and vitamin A which do an amazing job of restoring youthful-looking skin.
Persimmon oil helps to aid the natural digestive juices from the outside in. All you’ll need to do is mix some persimmon seed oil with some coconut or jojoba oil and rub it into your lower and upper belly after you’ve eaten a big meal and you’ll be pleased to see the difference in 10 or 15 minutes time.
Persimmon oil is often used in soaps, body wash, and laundry soap for neutralizing, removing, and treating the presence of Nonenal.#
There is few studies that show the chemical compound Nonenal is something we all develop with age is responsible for the lingering odor in clothing and bed linens. The oil is coveted to create deodorant and body lotions as well to be used after a bath or shower.
There is some show this oil has been known to lower blood pressure, and along with this benefit, it can also help to revitalize new blood cells. Try putting a drop or two behind your ears or on your wrists and the oil will permeate your skin and eventually cross the blood barrier need this little boost to help the immune system for overall wellness.
Due to the essential nutrients which are intrinsic to this oil and the whole fruit it may help to increase the amount of hemoglobin in the blood which aids in the way the blood is flowing. When the necessary amount of red blood cells are present it helps to encourage and define cognitive functions, metabolism, energy levels.
The high sugar and natural fructose contents in persimmon fruit reinforce the body with energy and may help relieve symptoms of stress and fatigue. This makes it ideal for children and people who practice sports and other physical activities.
A very important oil to have around for your overall health, you can even use persimmon in an oil warmer or diffuser to obtain the benefits also.
There are a few studies that show that betulinic acid present in persimmon may help to combat some cancers in the body. The antioxidants found in persimmon may work to neutralize the free radicals and may prevent DNA damage. However, we cannot make a conclusive opinion on these studies so it is best to do your own research.
Zea-xanthin, an important dietary carotenoid found in persimmon, provides a light-filtering function, preventing macular degeneration in the elderly. Simply smelling the oil may help strengthen brain function and concentration and focus.
Some studies show that elderly patients who consume persimmon fruit show less risk for aging brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia than those elderly who do not.
Please do your own research.
Persimmon contains important nutrients like Vitamin A, B, and C, which are excellent stimulants for healthy hair which is why we like using persimmon oil along with argan oil to strengthen hair to prevent breakage and shedding. Also may hold hair’s natural colour much longer.