Betwa kacchi ghani mustard oil plant is located in basai Datiya district of Madhya Pradesh, which was established by Shree Ramesh sahu ji, Dharmendra sahu ji and Narendra sahu ji.
Mustard oil, which is produced from the seeds of the mustard plant, is a common ingredient in Indian cuisine.
Known for its strong flavor, pungent aroma, and high smoke point, it’s often used for sautéing and stir-frying vegetables in many parts of the world, including India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
Although pure mustard oil is banned for use as a vegetable oil in the United States, Canada, and Europe, it’s often applied topically and used as a massage oil, skin serum, and hair treatment (1).
Mustard essential oil, a type of essential oil produced from mustard seeds using a steam distillation process, is also available and approved for use as a flavoring agent (1).
Here are 8 benefits of mustard oil and mustard essential oil, along with some simple ways to use them.