Certified Organic, 0.2% Acidity Olive Oil

Created by First Cold Pressing of Raw Olives I Rich flavor of Olives

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Certified Organic Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Arbequina Olives, First Press Oil, USFDA Certified Organic | 0.2% acidity | Ideal for Salad Dressing & Garnishing, Hair and Skin

Why ForestFuse Certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This is a rare 0.2% Acidity Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil produced from fresh Arbequina olives from Casares – Spain. The robust supply chain ensures that fresh olives reach the factory within hours to extract the highest quality olive oil with a genuine cold pressing process by mechanical procedures without any type of chemical intervention under 27AC.

0.2% Acidity: A lower acidity means that the fruit has undergone less damage, thus offering healthier qualities and indicating the highest quality. An acidity level of 0.8% is average, 0.5% is good and 0.2% the best. 

It has a mild fruity taste and balanced bitterness with a fresh olive aroma.

Olive oil is known to be rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants are known to help repair damaged cells and fight oxidative stress on the body by neutralizing free radicals. This may help your body feel fresher and your organs work better. Antioxidants may also help burn fats and aid in healthy weight loss.

Olive Oil when used topically not only keeps the moisture of your skin intact but may also help lighten your skin and heal damaged or broken skin with antioxidants and keep it protected from free radicals that might harm your skin or hair.


Why Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the Healthiest Fat on Earth.

Dietary fats are highly controversial, with debates about animal fats, seed oils, and everything in between in full force.

That said, most people agree that extra virgin olive oil is incredibly healthy.

Part of the Mediterranean diet, this traditional oil has been a dietary staple for some of the world’s healthiest populations.

Studies show that the fatty acids and antioxidants in olive oil can offer some powerful health benefits, including a reduced risk of heart disease.

What is olive oil and how is it made?

Olive oil is oil that has been extracted from olives, the fruits of the olive tree.

The production process is incredibly simple. Olives can be pressed to extract their oil, but modern methods involve crushing the olives, mixing them together, and then separating the oil from the pulp in a centrifuge.

After centrifugation, small amounts of oil remain in the pomace. The leftover oil can be extracted using chemical solvents and is known as olive pomace oil.

Olive pomace oil is generally cheaper than regular olive oil and has a bad reputation.

Buying the right type of olive oil is crucial. There are three main grades of olive oil — refined, virgin, and extra virgin. Extra virgin olive oil is the least processed or refined type.

Extra virgin olive oil is considered to be the healthiest type of olive oil. It’s extracted using natural methods and standardized for purity and certain sensory qualities like taste and smell.

Olive oil that is truly extra virgin has a distinct taste and is high in phenolic antioxidants, which is the main reason why it’s so beneficial.

Legally, vegetable oils that are labeled as olive oil cannot be diluted with other types of oils. Nevertheless, it’s essential to inspect the label carefully and buy from a reputable seller.

Extra virgin olive oil protects against heart disease via numerous mechanisms.
Reducing inflammation: Olive oil protects against inflammation, a key driver of heart disease
Reduces oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol: The oil protects LDL particles from oxidative damage, a key factor in the development of heart disease.
Improves blood vessel health: Olive oil improves the function of the endothelium, which is the lining of the blood vessels.
Helps manage blood clotting: Some studies suggest that olive oil can help prevent unwanted blood clotting, a key feature of heart attacks and strokes.
Lowers blood pressure: One study in patients with elevated blood pressure found that olive oil reduced blood pressure significantly and lowered the need for blood pressure medication by 48%.

Whether applied to face or body olive oil will penetrate deep into the skin and provide a long-lasting shield of moisture to keep skin smooth and supple. Used either as a night cream or daily moisturizer it is best applied to damp skin when water can help reduce any feeling of greasiness. Recommended for normal/combination skin dry/damaged skin and mature/aging skin.

Just a drop of olive oil applied to wet or dry hair can control frizz and add shine. Using olive oil as a hot oil treatment conditioner helps to strengthen the hair and improves the hair shaft’s overall flexibility. Warm ¼ cup of olive oil in the microwave and carefully pour over your head. Massage into the scalp and run your fingers through the length of your hair to completely saturate. Shampoo immediately with a small amount of your favourite shampoo.

Just a drop or two of extra virgin olive oil on a cotton pad is all it takes to gently and effectively remove eye makeup without irritating the delicate skin around the eye area. The biggest added advantage of this antioxidant cleansing solution is that when used consistently olive oil can soften the skin around the eyes and smooth out wrinkles in the hand and face.

Olive oil can not only keep your cuticles healthy but also help your nail grow. The vitamin E in olive oil makes it extremely moisturizing and easily absorbed which makes it excellent for nail growth. Gentle massage of Olive Oil restores the shine and gives the necessary strength to your brittle Nails and Cuticles.


Dimensions 12 × 8 × 3 cm

500 gram


100 ml, 250 ml

1 review for Certified Organic, 0.2% Acidity Olive Oil

  1. khushi Sharma

    I use this oil in everyday cooking like salads,chutneys and marination of nonveg also in pasta noodles dressing even as for baby massage oil and hair oil of myself & its good going.

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