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Fast facts about safflower oil

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  • Safflower oil is derived from the seeds of the safflower plant (Carthamus tinctorius L.), an annual broadleaf crop from the Compositae or Asteraceae family
  • Read this article to learn more about safflower oil, its common uses and the precautions you should take if you are thinking about trying this oil

Warning: This oil comes with potentially damaging side effects due to either the ingredient it's made from or the manufacturing process used to extract it. Because these negative effects overshadow the potential benefits, I do not recommend this oil for therapeutic use. Always be aware of the potential side effects of any herbal oil before using.


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