Research on camelina today is conducted in several places on earth. An area of use that is widely researched is camelina in fish feed. Another area is the plant’s application as fuel.

About the next to perfect balance of omega 3, 6 and 9 (2:1) and rich concentration of vitamin E (antioxidants) in camelina oil:
See BMC Plant Biology 

About camelina oil’s high boiling point and the positive properties it has for cooking:
See The Culinary Institute of the America’s

About the oil’s moisturizing properties:
See National Edible Oil Distributors Association

About the oil’s suitability both as food, nutritional supplement, in skin and hair care products and in animal feed:
See Feedipedia 

About the oil as an agricultural product in human service for at least 3,000 years, perhaps over 5,000 years:
See Daniel Zohary and Maria Hopf, “Domestication of Plants in the Old World”, third edition (Oxford: University Press, 2000), pp. 138f.
Also read the article about  Camelina Sativa in Wikipedia



We are a small family business with farming as our main occupation. This doesn’t stop us from being very ambitious when it comes to finding credible studies on the different uses for our camelina to reference, with reservation for the fact that data and research findings are constantly being updated. We think our camelina products are pretty fantastic, but we don’t claim that they are miracle remedies. Therefore, we take care to emphasise that it is the intake of the nutrients in our camelina oil and seeds (essential fatty acids, vitamin E, protein etc.) that can have positive effects on both body and mind. If you have questions about a reference, please do not hesitate to contact us.