Vegetable oils are the single most important source of essential fatty acids in Indian diet. Among all the vegetable oils, mustard oil is indispensable to Indian cuisine. Mustard/rapeseed oil is characterized by low level of saturated fatty acids (SFA), a relatively  Read More


The nutritional significance of Mustard Oil has the unique distinction of having been discovered at a time when our much revered scriptures, the Vedas, were being documented. Of course, there has been no looking back since then! Even the  Read More

Muscular Pains

Mustard is a rubefacient which causes reddening and warming of the skin. Its plaster or paste made with water, is applied as analgesic in rheumatism, sciatica, paralysis of limbs and other muscular pains. The plaster should, however Read More


Mustard is a cornerstone of Indian culture. Its flower symbolizes spring, and the yellow oil produced from its seeds is considered a cure-all. Known for its stimulating, cleansing and rejuvenating properties, the warmth generated by mustard oil when appl Read More


Mustard oil in addition to being an important oil is superior also because of its balanced fatty acids profile in terms of SFA, MUFA, Linoleic and alpha linolenic acid in comparison to other oils like palm oil, red palm oil, sunflower, safflower, palm kernel oil, cocon Read More