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Chia Seed Essential Oil, Organic CO2 Extract, 5 ml.

Salvia hispanica

Source: Mexico

Being CO2 extracted, this chia seed oil is very concentrated. It has culinary uses, such as in salad dressings, but it is usually added to moisturers and hair oils as a nutrient. Typical Composition: Palmitic Acid C16:0 - 6.4% Palmitoleic Acid C16:1 - 0.16% Stearic Acid C18:0 - 3.2% Oleic Acid C18:1 - 6.5% Vaccenic Acid C18:1 - 0.58% Linoleic Acid C18:2 - 15%-25% alpha Linolenic acid C18:3 - >60% Unsaponifiables - 2.7% Peroxide Value - 1.8 meq 02/kg Acid Value - 2.2 mg KOH/g Saponification number - 190 mg KOH/g Ester number - 188 mg KOH/g Sum of Tocopherols - 0.01% Sum of Sterols (sitosterol) - 0.53%

Contents: CO2 extract of organic Salvia hispanica seeds.

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