Bakuchi (Babchi) Seed Oil 60 Ml (2 Oz) (For External Use) Description
Bakuchi Oil helps to control skin problems & helps to maintain normal colour of skin. Bakuchi Oil has an irritant effect on skin and mucus membrane. It has powerful effect against skin bacteriaâs. The oil permeates through the epidermis and stimulates the cells situated there. The oil Bakuchi helps to change white skin, rough, dry, scaly, discoloured skin within 3 months. It is also used for early wound healing. Psoralea Corylifolia seeds Oil. High quality wild crafted Psoralea Corylifolia seeds. Pure Babchi Oil expelled from the seed of Babchi-Bakuchi (Psoralea Corylifolia). No base oil is used. Cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth without the use of chemicals and petrochemicals. In Sanskrit literature of about 500 BC there is a specific reference to an oil-press. Oil is processed with the method of Kachchi ghani refers to cold press extraction process for taking out oil from seeds. Traditionally, oil from seeds was extracted in kohlus (a wooden cold press used with the help of a buffalos). In this process, seeds are crushed at low temperature so natural properties, antioxidants and essential oils are retained in the oil. Mortar of the kohlu is made up of the trunks of hard woods of Neem (Azadirachta Indicia). The pestle is made of the trunk of Bibhitaki (Terminalia Belerica) tree trunk. Also, during the process of extraction in ghani system, temperature remains as low as 45Â°C so negligible chances of oxidative and lipolytic deterioration is there. How to use Babchi Oil: As Babchi oil supplied by our company is pure, quite strong and may lead to blister formation in sensitive individuals. 1 part Babchi oil, 4-8 parts coconut oil mixes it well and make a dilution. Donât apply directly on affected area. If you are using first time it may not be suitable for your skin. So, before application apply smaller amount of diluted oil on your arm or leg and observe it for next 5 minutes.If everything seems to be fine then you can use it on required area.