Edible Essential Oils

Wood-pressed and Cold Pressed essential oils have been used in India for centuries and are deeply rooted in Indian culture and tradition. The ancient Indians were skilled in extracting oils from plants using various methods, including crushing, grinding, and pressing. The use of wooden pestle to extract oil from plants was particularly common, and this method has been used for thousands of years to produce oils.

One of India's earliest recorded uses of wood-pressed oils/cold-pressed oils was for medicinal purposes. In addition, edible essential oils were also used in India for culinary and cosmetic purposes.

The Evolution Of Wood-Pressed Essential Oils

In recent years, wood-pressed edible essential oils and cold-pressed oils have gained popularity due to their natural and sustainable production process. Unlike chemical extraction methods, wood pressing preserves the natural properties of the plant material, resulting in oils free of additives and chemical residues. These are commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat various ailments, from respiratory problems to skin conditions. 

By embracing the rich tradition of Wood pressed oils, we can support a more sustainable and natural way of life while enjoying these oils' many benefits.