But the culinary version of argan oil is made by cracking open the argan nuts from the argan tree fruit to get the kernels, we roast the kernels first,
· Culinary Argan oil is rich in vitamin A and vitamin E; it also packs with antioxidants, Omega-6 fatty acids, Omega-3 fatty acids, and linoleic acid.
· Culinary Argan oil brightens and hydrates your skin.
· Culinary Argan oil boosts your immune system.
· Published in the Critical Reviews for Food Science and Nutrition Journal is a study showing how argan oil contains the most amount of gamma-tocopherol (which makes up Vitamin E) amongst all the other oils. It has extraordinary anti-inflammatory properties, and will help you boost your immune system and reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis.
· Culinary Argan oil reverses cancerous effects: According to a 2006 study by the Cancer Investigation journal, Argan oil was found to decrease the cell division rate occurring in men with prostate cancer, and slow the growth of multiple types of prostate cancer cells. In addition, the Argan oil components also acted to reverse the cancerous effect of carcinogens on prostate cells.
· Culinary Argan oil reduces the chance of heart disease because it is also high in Omega 3’s.