Poppyseed Oil

Poppyseed Oil -

Is obtained by crushing and pressing the seeds of the opium poppy, but it contains no narcotic properties. The best grades are obtained from the White Poppy, extensively cultivated in both Europe and Asia. Fine "cold-drawn" oil is pale-yellow, almost odorless, and, when fresh, of pleasant taste. It is popular for table use in some parts of Europe, and, commercially, is employed in soap manufacture and various other industries.

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