Benefits of Mustard Oil

Pilot cold pressed kachhi ghani mustard oil an Indian kitchen staple and the most popular cooking oil in the country. Pilot Kachi Ghani Mustard Oil is sourced from the finest mustard seeds, our oil is cold-pressed to preserve nutrients and flavor. Elevate your culinary experience with our premium quality, cholesterol-free oil. Trust Pilot for authenticity, health, and flavor in every bottle. It promises a punch of pungency and 100% authenticity.

  • Good For Skin

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  • Helps Blood Circulation

    using mustard oil for body massage improves blood circulation, skin texture and releases muscular tension. It also activates the sweat glands and hence helps in throwing out toxins from the body. As such, it acts as a natural cleanser.

  • Protects Against Infection

    Mustard oil has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties. Its external as well as internal usage is said to help in multiple ways to fight against infections, including digestive tract infections.

  • Good For Health

    Mustard oil, which has a pungent taste, contains about 60 per cent monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA), 21 per cent polyunsaturated fats (PUFA) and about 12 per cent saturated fats. “High levels of MUFA and PUFA — also called good fats — maintain heart health and lower bad cholesterol, while improving good cholesterol.

  • Contains Fatty Acids

    Mustard oil contains essential fatty acids, which help in balancing cholesterol levels.

  • For Diseases

    Mustard oil is often used as a remedy for stomach and skin diseases.

How it's made

Mustard oil is obtained by selecting quality mustard seeds, cleaning them, grinding or crushing to obtain the oil and thereafter filtering and settling it prior to storage.

  • Selection

    We ensure seeds are clean, uniform, and free from damage or pests. Opt for seeds with moderate moisture content and purchase from reputable suppliers to guarantee quality.

  • Cleaning

    Cleaning the mustard seeds to get rid of any impurities such dust, dirt and stones. The procedure. Typically, a variety of cleaning tools like air blowers, and sieves are used for this.

  • Pressing

    The mustard seed progresses to the pressing phase. Typically, this involves the use of a Kohlu and oil expeller or mechanical screw press. The seeds are introduced into the press, where a rotating screw applies pressure to extract the oil.

  • Filtration

    Once the oil is extracted, it is usually filtered to remove any remaining solids or impurities. Filtration is important to ensure that the final product is clear and free from any sediment.

  • Quality Check

    The quality check of mustard oil involves assessing its color, odor, and clarity for signs of freshness and purity. Chemical analysis measures parameters like free fatty acids and peroxide value to gauge its stability and oxidation levels.

  • Packing

    The oil is carefully poured into the containers, ensuring proper filling levels and sealing to maintain freshness. Labels with essential information such as production date, expiry date, and batch number are affixed, followed by packaging in boxes for distribution.