Triticum vulgare

English: Wheat Germ

Sanskrit/Indian: Gehun

Russian: Зародыши пшеницы

Triticum vulgare


The major chemical constituents of wheat germ oil include: Linoleic acid (Omega 6), Oleic acid, Palmitic acid, Linolenic acid (Omega 3), Stearic acid, Palmitoleic acid, Arachidic acid, Gadoleic acid, Behenic acid.


  • Wheat Germ Oil is used to help relieve the symptoms of dermatitis and its nourishing properties are most useful in dry sensitive skin.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is a rich source of vitamin E that smoothes the skin and serves as an antioxidant.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is rich in Vitamin E, used for its antioxidant effects on free radicals in the skin.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is a natural preservative.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is very high in Vitamin E and also contains Vitamin A and D.
  • Wheat Germ Oil supports the skins natural process of regeneration; aids muscle and lymph function and is particularly valuable for treating dry, ageing skin.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is good for stretch marks and scar tissue, and for dry rough skin.
  • Wheat Germ Oil leaves the skin very smooth while nourishing and helping heal the skin.
  • Wheat Germ Oil moisturizes and softens.
  • Wheat Germ Oil contains carotene and vegetable lecithin which nourish skin cells and prevent moisture loss.
  • Wheat Germ Oil is an antioxidant, which discourages spoilage within the bar of soap, and softens skin.