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Argan oil throughout history

Posted by Mohammed Biyjeddiguene on


After having exposed some of the capital uses of the Argan oil such as its several uses for the skin and fine cuisine, we intend to grant you a rather summarized exposé on how the Argan oil came to have the value it has nowadays. We’ve gathered up some historical facts concerning the development of the Argania in Amazigh regions throughout history! Origins The Argan oil is extracted from the Argania, a tree that is emblematic of Morocco. In fact, this particular tree only grows in this region of the world, in the infamous triangle located, between Agadir Essaouira and Taroudant. We sometimes find this tree in the heart of Algeria. Apparently, it is this kind of sunny environment that...

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Practical Uses of Argan oil in your daily cooking

Posted by Mohammed Biyjeddiguene on


A capital product in Morocco, extracted from the Argania’s almonds, the Argan oil is commonly used in producing cosmetics as well as in aromatherapy. However, its use in the kitchen has developed and people tend to own it in their spice cupboards nowadays. Popularized by the biggest chefs, it is used to perfect fine cuisine. The Argan oil is considered to be one of the noblest table oils in the fine cuisine industry, due to its subtly royal taste and its incredible nutritional value. If this oil doesn’t come cheap, that is mainly due to its rarity. Seeing how precious it is, you might want to forget about oil showers and focus on using small proportions. it is used to...

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Use Argan oil for your Face care Routine ?

Posted by Mohammed Biyjeddiguene on


From Morocco, Argan oil is extracted from the fine almonds of the Argan tree, an ancient tree which can reach up to 10 metres long. These particular almonds are pressed to save up the integrity of its greasy acids which are the main components of the Argan oil as we know it. In order to give you an idea of the yield, an Argania can produce up to 30kg of fruits per year, while one liter of the Argan oil will require about 38kg. What makes the Argan oil so particular is its overall composition.. Composed of 80 % of unsaturated greasy acids, in majority oleic acid and linoleic acid. Argan also contains 8 % of vitamin E which is...

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