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Crambe sp. are an annual and perennial plants with shrub form and belonging to Brassiceae family. Sterols in seed oil uses at margarine as additive for reduce to blood cholesterol. Likewise; similiar to Simmondsia chinensis oil and whale seminal oil, it uses at production of liquid wax. İnstead of materials, which ones proven carcinogenic effect, Erukamid ,obtained with transform of erucic acid, uses at personal care products ( such as perfume, lotion and dye for cosmetics), dyes (for polissage), medical equipments have importance for healthy generation. Nitryl and isothiocyanate in the Crambe leaves have potential uses against to cancer. It is a natural alternative to harmful mineral oils and silicon with omega-9 content. Otherwise Crambe oil protect stem cell, decelerate skin aging and fight with free radicals by stimulate to collogen production.
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