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Definition of the noun almond oil

What does almond oil mean as a name of something?


  1. pale yellow fatty oil expressed from sweet or bitter almonds

Phrases with almond oil

  1. sweet almond oil
  2. bitter almond oil
  3. expressed almond oil

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for almond oil

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Google previewChemical Dictionary of Economic Plants (2001)

by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter

Almond oil Sweet Almond oil; Expressed Almond oil By pressing the kernels ( seeds) of Primus dulcis (Rosaceae). Sometimes the kernels of bitter almonds, P. dulcis var. amara, are also used. Oils and fats. The kernels yield 40-55% of oil, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences (1881)

Almond oil. □926. Sunflower oil. -6°. Oil of llrasska Mlput. Bose : Beflned rape oil.

Google previewThe Grocer's Encyclopedia ... (1911)

See Gathering Almonds, California Almond Oil, following. Green Almonds are young sweet almonds. They are often preserved in sugar.

Google previewSkin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary (2014)

by M. Varinia Michalun, Joseph DiNardo

almond oil, bitter (Prunus amygdalus amara)—serves as an emollient and a carrier, providing an elegant skin feel and promoting spreadability in creams, lotions, and bath oils. obtained from the bitter almond, it supposedly stays fresh longer ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

Unrefined almond oil is commonly used in many dishes and is commonly substituted for butter. It adds an amber color to foods and has a mild sweet flavor. Refined almond oil is produced by crushing almonds and heating them until a thick, ...

Google previewThe Condensed Chemical Dictionary (1920)

A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner

See Almond oil. Oil, Almond, Bitter. See Almond oil. Bitter. Oil, Amber. See Amber oil. Oil, Ammoniac. See Ammoniac oil. Oil, Angelica. See Angelica oil. Oil, Angostura. See Angostura oil. Oil, Aniline. See Aniline. Oil, Animal. See Bone oil.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (2013)

The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being by Lawless, Julia

HERBAL/FOLK TRADITION A 'fixed' oil commonly known as 'sweet almond oil' is made by pressing the kernels from both the sweet and bitter almond trees. Unlike the essential oil, this fixed oil does not contain any benzaldehyde or prussic ...

Google previewLeung's Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (2011)

Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed

Thefixed oil is commonly called almond oil, expressed almond oil, orsweet almond oil;itismade from both sweetand bitter almonds by pressingthe kernels. Itdoes not contain benzaldehyde or HCN. The volatile oilis called bitter almondoil .

Google previewThe Visual Food Encyclopedia (2012)

contains several rather toxic substances, including the hydrocyanic acid that makes it taste bitter; these toxins are removed from bitter- almond oil ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Applied Chemistry (1921)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

ALMOND OIL is obtained from the seeds of Prunua amygdalus (Stokes) [ Amygdalus communis (Linn.)]. The almond tree appears to have been indigenous to Turkestan and Middle Asia, and has been transplanted from there to Greece, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cultivated Plants (2013)

From Acacia to Zinnia by Christopher Cumo

Almond oil is a monounsaturated fat similar to olive oil in its ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Healing Foods (2005)

by Michael T. Murray, Joseph E. Pizzorno, Lara Pizzorno

agent and fed almond meal, almond oil, whole almonds, or a control diet containing no almonds. The animals given whole almonds showed fewer signs of colon cancer, including fewer rapidly dividing cells. One reason may be the almond's ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Encyclopedia of Country Living (2011)

by Abigail R. Gehring

almond oil almond extract (4 units of extract to 1 ...

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