Sohna Mustard Oil- Powerhouse of Goodness

Add flavor and good health to your everyday cooking with mustard oil

Mustard oil or popularly known as Sarso ka Tael in India has been an integral part of Indian cuisine for centuries. It has a distinct strong flavor, high smoking point and a pungent aroma which make it a perfect choice for Indian cooking; which is incomplete without a tadka of spices and condiments.

How is Mustard Oil prepared?

Mustard oil is derived from the seeds of the mustard plant. Mustard oil is made either by pressing or grinding the mustard seeds to extract the oil and seed  cake  that  can  be  used  for  animal  feeds. The  oil  is  extracted  in  the following steps:

  • Mustard Seeds Drying

To begin the process of mustard oil extraction, firstly the mustard seeds are dried in the sun so as to remove any water that could deteriorate the process of oil extraction.

  • Mustard Seeds Cleaning

Once the seeds are dried, they are then cleaned so that all the dirt and foreign objects are removed, which ensures pure and high-quality oil.

  • Mustard Seeds Heating

After cleaning, the mustard seeds are heated before oil pressing starts. This process increases the quantity of the yield while also increasing the availability of protein in the by-product seed cake that is used for making animal feeds.

  • Mustard Oil Extraction

The heated mustard seeds are immediately fed into the mustard oil press machine. During this process, they are crushed and pressed for up to one hour or more depending on the quantity to produce which should be approximately 26 percent oil.

  • Mustard Oil Purification

The final step of the extraction process involves filtering the extracted oil to remove any leftover impurities from the oil before it is bottled and stored.

Benefits of Mustard Oil consumption

  • Mustard oil has been used since ancient times to soothe colds, coughs and other respiratory diseases. Inhaling steam with a few drops of mustard oil or rubbing warm oil on the feet and chest provides relief from seasonal infections.
  • Pure mustard oil contains glucosinolate, a phytonutrient that possess antibiotic and anti-carcinogenic properties. Consumption of mustard oil, therefore, reduces the risk of developing or delaying the progression of complications associated with chronic diseases owing to this phytonutrient.
  • Consumption of mustard oil improves the structure of red blood cells (RBCs) and reduces cholesterol levels.
  • Topically applied on hair or scalp, it helps in the growth of hair, while also improving its texture and warding off any scalp infections.
  • Mustard oil acts as a catalyst for hunger. Its consumption creates a feeling of hunger, while also releasing digestive juices that aid in digestion.
  • Due to the presence of Omega-3 fatty acids, mustard oil also helps easing joint stiffness and relieving joint pain caused due to arthritis.

A powerhouse of goodness, SOHNA Mustard Oil is known worldwide for its purity and taste. Available in two varieties of Kachi Ghani and Pakki Ghani, SOHNA  Mustard  Oil has a  natural  pungency and  strong  flavor.  The  oil is available in packaging of 1 ltr, 5 ltr, and 15 ltr.