Brinjal plant, often called as Eggplant, belongs to family Solanaceae. The plant grows to a height of 40-150cm. Leaves are coarsely lobed that are 10-20cm long and 5-10cm broad. It is a perennial plant and is delicate in nature that has purple colored edible fruit. In general, it is classified as a berry that contains many soft and small edible seeds that are bitter in taste as it has nictotinoid alkaloids in it.
History of Brinjal plant:
First of all, Eggplant was introduced by Arabs to Europeans. Later on, it was carried by Persians to Africans. During early 1800s, it was then carried by Spaniards to the New World where they introduced both purple and white coloured varieties of Brinjal to the Americans.
• Brinjal Seed Carrier Oil is used to treat onset of bone disease (osteoporosis).
• The oil is used to increase brain functionality, treat anaemia and also improves heart and brain health effectively.
• It aids in weight loss, reduces stress level and offer protection to infants from birth defects.
Those who are allergic to Brinjal or even with its smell they should not use Brinjal Seed Carrier Oil.
Botanical Name : Solanummelongena
CAS# : 84012-19-1
Color & Odor : Purple to green to white
F.E.M.A. # : NA
Methods of Extraction : Cold Pressed
Constituents : NA
Solubility : Soluble in water
Specific Gravity : NA
Flash Point : below 60°C
Optical Rotation : NA
Major Constituents : NA