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Apricot, Dried Apricot Fruit, Apricot Seeds

(Prunus Armeniaca L)

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Apricot Seeds
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We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Dried apricot fruit, apricot seeds, dried and raw apricot seeds.


USES :
The Apricot Seeds were Historically used to treat tumors as early as AD 502. It was used against tumors and ulcers in England in the 1600s. Arab doctors where known to recommend the oil extracted from apricot stones to cure hemorrhoids, aching noses and earache. They also used it to help to regulate, moisturize and restructure the skin. Apricot kernel oil has moisturizing, nourishing and revitalizing properties and it is particularly helpful for dehydrated, delicate, mature and sensitive skin, and it helps to sooth inflammation. This finely textured oil spreads easily and is particularly rich in both oleic acid and linoleic acid.

Culinary :
Fruits are eaten fresh and dried, made into jams and jellies, preserved, and used to make juice.

Fruits are used to make brandy and liqueurs.

Apricot juice can be used in place of water when making pancakes. Juice can be poured over cooked oatmeal. It can also be used in place of water when cooking curried lamb and salted rice.

Facial Mask :
In blender place enough fresh apricots with a tiny bit of water to measure a total of 1 cup. Coarsely chop or slice a peeled, halved avocado without the pit and place in the blender. Blend until the mixture is a smooth, even consistency. Then add a dollop of olive oil and blend for another minute or two. Apply this mask in thin uniform layer over the face and neck and throat and leave on for 45 minutes. Rinse off with water. This is best done in the early evening (2 or 3 times per week). Each evening put a little heavy dairy cream or half-and-half into a bowl with the juice of half a lemon. Blend well. Before retiring for the evening and using only enough to cover areas previously cleansed with the mask, use a cotton ball to gently massage the skin using a rotating action. Go to bed and in the morning gently bathe face with barley or oatmeal soap.

Facial Mask (for dull skin) :
Mash a fresh apricot to a pulp and pat on the skin. Do this every other day. Allow to remain for 10 minutes and then rinse.

Facial Mask (using dried apricots) :
Be sure the fruit is free of sulphur dioxide (used as a preservative). Soak overnight in enough water to cover the fruit. The next day cook gently at a low temperature til soft. Mash the warm stewed fruit to a soft pulp and apply a thin layer to the face and throat. Wear for 10 minutes and then rinse away.

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