Health benefits and application of Sacha Inchi cold-pressed Oil.
Natural, Pure, Fresh cold-pressed & analyzed Oil
Sacha Inchi Seeds cold-pressed Oil
√ Apply to clean skin allow to rest and absorb √ apply a few drops to palms and apply to ends of damp hair avoiding scalp √ Dress a salad with Sacha Inchi oil √ Stir a small spoonful into your tea or latte √ Add to a smoothie √ Replace olive oil in hummus recipes
Read more in the Power Presentation about: Introduction 1. Cosmetic Application 2. Food formulation 3. Health and pharmaceutic products 4. Chemical Composition of Sacha Inchi Seed
Baca-Villa and the 17 SDGoals for People, for Planet.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the world’s best plan to build a better world for people and our planet by 2030. Adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, the SDGs are a call for action by all countries – poor, rich and middle-income – to promote prosperity while protecting the environment. They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and address a range of social needs including education, health, equality, and job opportunities while tackling climate change and working to preserve our ocean and forests.
Baca-Villa can, therefore, confirm that we are focusing on the following SDG goals: 1. No poverty – we offer jobs to more than 100 employees and poor farmers so that they can lift themselves and their extended families out of poverty. 2. No hunger – we aim to produce moringa, one of the most nutritious plants in the world, to alleviate hunger 4. Quality education – through the PPP we offer farmers the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development 5. Gender equality – we do our best to hire at least 50% of women to ensure that they can support their families independently 6. Clean water and sanitation – we have installed a water filtration system at the factory that now meets the minimum standards of the World Health Organization for drinking water and provides access to all employees 8. Decent work and economic growth – we employ more than 100 disadvantaged Cambodians and pay them well above the minimum wage 9. Industry, innovation, and infrastructure – we strive for innovation through our PPP with the support of Pierre Fabre in their research and development efforts 12. Responsible consumption and production – we are certified organic that specifically relates to responsible and sustainable production 17. Partnerships for goals – we have specifically pursued our PPP to address many of the issues identified in the SDGs.
We, therefore, focus specifically on 9 of the 17 SDGs in our daily activities. I think you would find it a challenge to identify another small company that does so much to achieve SDGs.
The first research of high polyphenols in Moringa Oleifera leaves.
This research is the first comprehensive identification of conserved and novel miRNAs in Moringa Oleifera leaf, seed, and callus (stressed and non-stressed).
This dataset represents an important supplement to the existing Moringa Oleifera miRNA database and shall be useful in understanding the possible role for enhancing biosynthesis of pharmacologically important phytochemicals by plant miRNAs during biotic and abiotic stresses.
In the past decade, Moringa Oleifera has gained growing attention for its nutraceutical and pharmacological functions as well as potential benefits for human health; several studies have demonstrated the great number of bioactive compounds contained in leaves, seeds, pods, and flowers1,2,4. A large number of these bioactive compounds (such as secondary metabolites) might explain the pharmacological properties of this “miracle tree”. Recent studies have confirmed the high content of polyphenols (such as flavonoids and phenolic acids) in Moringa Oleifera leaves65. These secondary metabolites are synthesized in the plant for its specialized need, in particular, ecological conditions; unlike primary metabolites, secondary metabolites are directly involved in the defense mechanism against environmental injuries. In humans, Moringa Oleifera polyphenols (such as flavonoids) are involved in protection against chronic diseases associated with oxidative stress, including cardiovascular disease and cancer4.
MicroRNAs, a class of small, non-coding RNAs, play important roles in plant growth, development and stress response by negatively regulating gene expression. Moringa Oleifera Lam. plant has many medical and nutritional uses; however, little attention has been dedicated to its potential for the bio production of active compounds. In this study, 431 conserved and 392 novel microRNA families were identified and 9 novel small RNA libraries constructed from leaf, and cold stress treated callus, using high-throughput sequencing technology. Based on the Moringa Oleifera genome, the microRNA repertoire of the seed was re-evaluated. qRT-PCR analysis confirmed the expression pattern of 11 conserved microRNAs in all groups. MicroRNA159 was found to be the most abundant conserved microRNA in leaf and callus, while microRNA393 was most abundantly expressed in the seed. The majority of predicted microRNA target genes were transcriptional factors involved in plant reproduction, growth/development, and abiotic/biotic stress response. In conclusion, this is the first comprehensive analysis of microRNAs in Moringa Oleifera leaf and callus which represents an important addition to the existing Moringa Oleifera seed microRNA database and allows for possible exploitation of plant microRNAs induced with abiotic stress, as a tool for bio-enrichment with pharmacologically important phytochemicals.
Read here the full analyses….
The first research of high polyphenols in Moringa Oleifera leaves.
Cold-pressed retain healthy antioxidants that are otherwise damaged by being exposed to heat. … Most cold-pressed oils are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. They are also rich sources of oleic acid that help boost your immune system.
Cold-pressed Oils are less energy than other oil extraction techniques and also environmental friendly. It has also an environmentally friendly use with no solvents. In other words, cold-press extraction does not involve either heat or chemical extraction.
These oils have better nutritive properties than refined oils. The cold-pressed oils can add to food as natural antioxidative additives due to phytochemicals and as fatty acid supplements due to invaluable double bond fatty acid.
The demand for natural oils continues to increase for the cosmetics and food industries. Cold-pressed oils retain all their taste, aroma and nutritional value, making these oils excellent for cooking and skin care needs.
For that reason, we started cold pressing oils at Baca-Villa in 2017 on high-quality certified cold-press, and we gave workshops by a specialized cold-pressed consultancy from France to press the pressed oils to the highest possible quality and in accordance with the international pharmaceutical standard.
Because cold-pressed oil is processed at lower temperatures does not alter the properties of the oil which contains a higher phenolic and nutrient content than expeller-pressed oil. Cold-pressed oils retain all their flavor, aroma, and nutritional value, making these oils great for cooking and skincare requirements.
Cambodia approved cold-pressed oils. By means of our advanced German Cold-Pressed oil machine and a hired French consultancy specializing in cold-pressed oils and in collaboration with the ITC University of Cambodia, we can analyze all cold-pressed oils for Fatty acids composition and peroxide index. All oils can be further tested extensively on the available qualified GC-MS analyzer in accordance with international pharmaceutical standards.
Baca-Villa at Cambodia is an approved cold-pressed oil supplier that conform to the international pharmaceutical cold-pressed oil standards.
Black Sesame seeds Oil
Red Sesame seeds Cold-pressed Oil
Organic Moringa Seeds cold-pressed Oil
Sacha-Inchi seeds cold-pressed Oil
These cold-pressed oils are pressed to the highest quality level on machines that meet international pharmaceutical standards. Organoleptic, also the properties of raw materials play a fundamental role, therefore the raw materials are specifically selected.
Seeds for cold-pressed Oils
After cleaning the seeds, the seeds are dried at the right temperature and the right moisture content. The seeds are pressed with the correct pressure and time and with the corresponding low automatic pre-heating seeds temperature meter, type of screw, nozzle, etc. If desired, the virgin oils can still be filtered and will be only refined or bleached at the request of the customer.
All products are logged in reports, provided with production date and batch number.
Organic Moringa seeds Oil cold-pressed
We have successfully cold-pressed the oils below:
Sacha Inchi seeds
White, Red and Black Sesame seeds
We will soon be pressing the seeds below as soon as the season comes: – Invirngia Malayana – Pigeon Pea
We only press and extract seeds, plants or flowers that grow in Cambodia, we do not import anything.
All oils can be ordered unfiltered or filtered. We can also bleach at the request of the customer.
We can also grow your desired plants on our organic fields for oils or otherwise.
Let us know if you are interested, we can look together at what interests you and make arrangements for this.
We would love to hear from you. With best regards, Baca-Villa Team
The Moringa tea is made from the finest Moringa leaves. The selected leaves are dried in two stages to maintain the optimum taste and nutritional value.
As you know, the Moringa Oleifera is a miraculous tree, that’s why it’s the most nutrient tree ever discovered. Rich in very important vitamins, minerals, and Amino Acids. Compare Moringa with other types of nourishment and see the advantage…
Besides its amazing nutrient value, Moringa holds many antioxidants, antibacterials, antimicrobials, antitoxins, and antimycotics. That’s why Moringa has a variety of uses including medicinal. Moringa is an excellent natural organic source or necessary nutrients and energy.
We can offer tea in all kinds of varieties In Ginger with Moringa With Turmeric and Moringa With Kaffir Lime with Moringa Etc. the proportions can be determined as desired in consultation. We choose the general 25% of the chosen spices with 75% Moringa leaves.
Baca-Villa 30 sachets met string in a hygienic sachet bag packed
All our spices grow on our organic certified farms in rural Cambodia.
Early in the morning the fresh leaves are collected with our AC pickup and immediately processed the same day in our factory.
Tea can be made and delivered with or without stems. And the stems can be cut to size from small pieces up to 1 to 2 cm, of your choice.
Full automatic high capacity drying
Do you also have a certain taste mixed with Moringa in mind? Let us know, we are always interested.
We can package tea in all sorts of variants, from 50 g up to and including 20 kg of food grade certified bags.
Or the tea box with sachets in the packaging you want.
5S is a simple tool for organizing your workplace in a clean, efficient and safe manner to enhance your productivity, visual management and to ensure the introduction of standardized working.
The 5S method, which takes its name from the first letter of each of the five operations, is a Japanese management technique derived from the Toyota Production System (TPS). It is based on 5 simple principles.
5 Steps of Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and Shitsuke:
Seiri : sort means eliminating anything that is unnecessary for the equipment to work properly.
Seiton : straightening is the best way of eliminating pointless searching and having all the material necessary for functional production according to the principle: “a place for everything and everything in its place.”
Seiso : shining means keeping everything so clean that it shines. In a clean environment, any leak or other abnormality can be detected faster. Working in a clean environment improves motivation and safety. This is a prerequisite for quality maintenance.
Seiketsu : standardizing means respecting the previous 3S. The 3S are actions to take; so that cleanliness and elimination of the causes of untidiness become the norm, it is essential to write them down as ordinary rules, as standards. Seiketsu helps to overcome the natural tendency to slovenliness and a return to old habits.
Shitsuke : sustain after a period of 3 to 6 months (depending on the size and complexity of the workshop), the time has come to evaluate the situation by means of an in-depth audit. The audit is based on a very precise questionnaire, which assesses the previous 4S, and which leads, if successful – to the site being certified.
S5 Moringa Workshop at Baca-Villa
One of the many Moringa workshops by Baca-Villa
It promotes quality, productivity, interest in the product, involvement, motivation, responsibility, cooperation and much more ….
Moringa Oleifera Leaves for Use in Clinical Studies.
New method for extracting the beneficial compounds in Moringa identified
Cold (isothiocyanates-rich) moringa leaf powder teas will have the greatest chemoprotection potential.
A team of researchers from the Cullman Chemoprotection Center at Johns Hopkins University and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México led by Dr. Jed Fahey has developed a convenient and household-friendly method of extracting the beneficial compounds present in Moringa, a tropical plant native to central and southern Asia. The findings were published on July 9 in “Plant Food, Nutrition, and Human Health,” a special issue of the journal Nutrients. https://chemoprotectioncenter.org/new-method-for-extracting-the-beneficial-compounds-in-moringa-identified/ Posted July 12, 2019 by Teresa Johnson
“The cold teas delivered a known dose of isothiocyanate. For clinical studies this is actually better because we know exactly what we’re delivering to people,” said Fahey. “We think this will be a great delivery vehicle in clinical trials involving children who have autism.”
Identifying the efficiency of these phytochemical extraction methods for creating teas from moringa will facilitate the delivery of moringa tea to both adults and children in future clinical trials to gauge their effects on a wide range of health conditions, including autism, diabetes, and hypertension.
Baca-Villa PPP Organic sustainable supply chain Workshop at Cambodia.
Baca-Villa built the PPP project with local partners together with Pierre Fabre.
In June 2019, Baca-Villa organised a workshop for the project “Establishment of Education Partnerships and Qualification of Supply Chains in the Cambodian Agricultural Sector”. Baca-Villa is a private Cambodian company which exports organic Moringa leaves. Baca-Villa built the PPP project with local partners together with Pierre Fabre, a French private company, Pierre Fabre. Baca-Villa is committed in different projects of development of new supply chain. This event follows a previous workshop on the extraction of seed oil by pressing, performed by Xavier PAGES (international oil pressing expert).
Before this workshop, a 2 days visit in the fields was the opportunity to explain the different steps of production, the organization between Baca-Villa and the farmers and to bring back examples of items for improving the quality. “This visit was a great opportunity for me to understand the organization, to make a short risk analysis of the environment and to promote good agricultural practices like hedges to increase biodiversity” explains Alexandre PANEL, the agronomist and quality of sustainable supply chain manager of Pierre Fabre.
The agronomist manager from Pierre Fabre was coming to share his experience on sustainable supply chain of herbs used in nutraceutic and cosmetic products. The main aims of this workshop were to :
Explain the different factors of herbs quality when you use it as a raw material for nutraceutical or cosmetic industry
Present the main standards of quality for agricultural, nutraceutical and cosmetic ingredients and especially what are the questions during such a customer’s audit
Explain the HACCP methodology and the documents asked for a cosmetic ingredient homologation
Explain what are the different items of sustainability on a supply chain of herbs, and what does the customers and the final consumer expect
Some examples of sustainable supply chain in Pierre Fabre products and how it is explained to the consumer.
In Siem Reap, the workshop on sustainable supply chain was organised during 3 days. 25 people belonging to different network joined this meeting: 10 people working for Baca-Villa c; 6 people working from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia with researchers specialized in food processing; teachers from the university of agronomy ; NGOs like Action Against Hunger… We shared examples of farmers ‘production all around the world to secure the industrial supply chain thanks a sustainable approach. The explanation of the agricultural, nutraceutical and cosmetic standards helps to start new project with trust.
During this workshop, different exchanges on legal minimum cost of work, child labour, hygienic rules in farms were hold. The main subjects were how can we improve the training of the farmers (who don’t know how to write) to be organic certified? What kind of tools can we use to train the farmers on the rules of traceability? With some examples in Madagascar, we shared some tools like pictures to explain the best time for harvest. To be sure that the farmers are committed to the new supply chain, in Brazil, NGOs make a survey to select the most committed community and organise workshops to train the farmers on good agricultural practices. “The key of success of sustainable supply chain is the well understanding of what all the third parties expect, from farmers to final consumers. A good sustainable supply chain contributes to secure industrial business and share the value at all the steps of production” says Alexandre PANEL, agronomist and quality of sustainable supply chain manager in Pierre Fabre.
So three wonderful days to share all those experience from Pierre Fabre and its approach Green Mission Pierre Fabre with Cambodian private company and NGO and researchers thanks a program financed by German cooperation.