Parsley seed oil comes to us in two forms. The most common is the essential oil, distilled from parsley seeds.
And then we have a parsley seed lipid oil, pressed from the fatty oils inside the seeds. Parsley seed oil is high in flavonoids and other unsaponifiables.
It is an interesting oil, stronger smelling and more active than many of the carrier oils we work with.
Here is a short video I made on parsley seed lipid oil.
Have you happened upon parsley seed lipid oil? Leave a question or a comment below.
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