Mustard oil, which is produced from the seeds of the mustard plant, is a common ingredient in Indian cuisine.
Known for its strong flavor, pungent aroma, and high smoke point, it’s often used for sautéing and stir-frying vegetables in many parts of the world, including India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
Available: In stock
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
Sidr oil is extracted from the leaves of the Al-sidr tree, also known as the Jujube tree, in the Middle East. … Sidr oil has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties and is commonly used on the skin and hair.
The oil acts as a cleanser and deodorant for the skin. It has also been used as a treatment for swollen eyes, abscesses, an astringent, and a cough medicine.
Sidr Leaves (Lote tree leaves), are from a tree native to parts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East. … S Statements of the Scholars Ibn Hajar is his book Faath Al-Baaree and Shaikh Bin Baaz (may Allah have mercy upon them both) both said sidr leaves can be used to treat magic.
Sidr Oil has been used by people experiencing Black Magic (sihr), Jinn Possession (Mass) and Evil Eye (Hasad Ayn) and maybe also beneficial for people with physical ailments.
Clove oil has traditionally been used for a variety of purposes, including:
Clove oil contains the active ingredient eugenol, which is a natural anesthetic. It helps numb and reduce pain to ease a toothache. Eugenol also has natural anti-inflammatory properties. It may reduce swelling and irritation in the affected area. Dry Socket Paste, an over-the-counter treatment dentists recommend for teeth extraction pain, has eugenol.