This is 100% pure Indian mustard oil. It is commonly used in cooking and pickling. Mustard oil has been widely used for centuries in the Eastern and Northern regions of India and in Bangladesh. The oil can also be used as a massage oil. Please note: Due to US FDA regulations, all mustard oil imported into the US must be labeled "For External Use." It is fairly common to boil the oil to a high temperature, to its smoking point, and let it cool before use in cooking. Dabur Mustard Oil is the purest mustard oil that has a variety of uses. It is a good oil for hair and skin care, and when used as a cooking medium it enhances the taste of food. Only the finest quality and freshest Mustard seeds go into making the oil. It is fairly common to boil the oil to a high temperature, to its smoking point, and let it cool before use in cooking. A finely blended mustard flavored oil. A pungent oil pressed from the seeds of the Indian mustard plant Brassica juncea, used both as a cooking medium and a hair and skin beautifying treatment in India. Mustard oil, called sarson ka tel in India, has good preserving qualities, so is used for pickles as well as curries. The mustard oil produced in the West is generally milder than the pungent Indian version. Mustard oil is the main cooking oil for centuries in the Eastern and Northern regions of India and in Bangladesh. The pungent - tasting mustard oil seed qualifies as popular condiment in most parts of the globe. It can also claim a long and distinguished history as a traditional medicine. Both the seeds and the oil have long been used in poultice, plaster, and other external formulation for upper respiratory tract congestion, joint pain, inflammation, and pain in lower back or lumbar region.