Olive Oil in Pure Arctic Oil
– irreplaceable component
History and Properties
Doctors and nutritionists today loudly recommend the usage of olive oil. How do you think, why is it so valuable? The ancient Greeks called it liquid gold since this magic oil can bring considerable benefit to the human body.
Olive oil is widely used in cooking and cosmetics creation: for example, soap manufacture and skincare products. The Medicine field also needs olive oil for the production of vitamins and preparations for injections. The main point is, olive fat is absorbed much better than other vegetable oils. Such oil is well tolerated even by people suffering from digestive disorders, diseases of the liver and gall bladder. Moreover, doctors recommend taking a spoonful of olive oil in the morning on an empty stomach – this has a slight choleretic effect.
Olive oil prevents cardiovascular diseases. Its use contributes to the normalization of high blood pressure, and avoidance of diabetes and obesity.
The secret of this oil is that it consists almost entirely of unsaturated fats (fatty acids), which reduce the level of harmful cholesterol without affecting the content of its beneficial variety — thereby maintaining a healthy balance of vital elements in the body. It contains large amounts of vitamin E, which helps the body better absorb other vitamins.
Label extra virgin refers to the highest quality — in such olive oil, acidity usually does not exceed 1%, and the taste is excellent. So you know, the lower the sourness of the oil, the higher its quality.
— a strong brand with the extraordinary quality
In Pure Arctic Oil composition, we use an organic cold-pressed olive oil called Terra Creta. This extra virgin oil is made from olives grown in the eponymous estate, located in the sunlit mountain and hilly olive groves of the island of Crete. Both old and new technologies are used in production: slow-farming technics make its taste and aroma unique. Such Greek oil belongs to the category of bio-organic and frequently becomes the oil of the year.
During the cultivation and production of organic olive oil, everything involved in the process returns to the environment. The animals feed on the leaves, and water after washing the olives is returned to the olive groves for irrigation. Farmers also use oilcake as fuel for heating water for household needs. Olive trees in Crete belong to families only, not big companies. As a result, locals have a more personal approach to trees, the environment, and final product care.