Safflower

Health Benefits of Using Safflower

Safflower is known to provide a positive effect on the following:

Heart Health and Diabetes

Consuming safflower regularly may have a positive benefit for diabetics with heart conditions. In a study involving 55 post-menopausal obese women with type 2 diabetes, researchers tested the effects of safflower on the participants for 16 weeks. At the end of the study, the authors noted that 8 grams of safflower oil every day helped improve glycemia, inflammation and blood lipids among the subjects.8

Obesity

A recent study published in Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica suggests that safflower oil may have a positive effect against obesity. In the study, mice fed with a diet high in safflower oil exhibited a noted reduction in weight, as well as lower levels of orexin and ghrelin gene suppression.9

Hair and Skin Health

Safflower oil contains oleic acid that can help stimulate hair growth and strengthen your hair follicles. It helps keep your hair strong and shiny.10 Safflower may help prevent the formation of blackheads as well, which is why its essential oil is used in many skincare products.11

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

The linoleic acids in safflower can help regulate the prostaglandins in your body that can cause hormonal fluctuations and problems during menstruation.12

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) is an annual broadleaf crop primarily grown in the Great Plains area in the United States.1 The name is believed to be derived from the medieval French word “saffleur,” or from the Old Italian word “saffiore.”2 It is identified by its strong central stems that can grow from 12 to 36 inches tall, and branches that produce one to five yellow or orange flower heads that bloom in late July.3

The history of safflower is largely unknown, but it is believed to originate from Asia. Remnants of it have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs dating all the way back to 3,500 B.C.4 In India, it has been mentioned in early scriptures as “kusumba” and in China, it is known as “hong hua.”5 It reached America in the 1950s, mainly in California, Nebraska and Arizona.6

Today, safflower is a widely grown crop around the world and is economically important to many countries, including the United States. Major global producers include Mexico, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Australia, China, India and Argentina.7

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