- Organic Baby Milk Formula
- Organic Baby Porridges
- Organic Milk Cereals
- Organic Junior Mueslis
- Organic Pouches
- Organic Fruit Bar Apple & Banana
- Organic Fruit Bar Apple & Pear
- Organic Baby Weaning Oil
- Organic Nursing Tea
- Organic Spelt Baby Rusk
- Organic Spelt Biscuit
- Organic Tea For Kids
- Organic Baby Mini Rusks
- Organic Crunchy Snack Millet
- Organic Crunchy Snack Millet-mango
- Organic Biscuits Pear-apple
- Organic Minis Banana-orange
Organic Baby Weaning Oil
- after 4 months
The organic weaning oil is an important part of a balanced diet during weaning. It is rich in essential fatty acids and a good energy source. To be added to vegetable or fruit meals and/or in jars.
Rapeseed oil** 50 %, sunflower oil** 45 %, hempseed oil* 5 % (cold-pressed)
*from organic farming
**from biodynamic farming (Demeter quality)
Countries of origin of the main ingredients:
Germany / Austria / Hungary
Recommended dosage for approx. 200g meal/porridge: Vegetable/vegetable-potato/ vegetable- potato-meat: 2 teaspoons oil.
Fruit/fruit-cereal: 1 teaspoon oil.
Holle’s Organic Baby Weaning Oil is made from Demeter quality ingredients and, with it’s balanced combination of nutrients, provides an ideal weaning supplement. The mixture of premium organic rape and sunflower oils gives the perfect ratio of the essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6. Five percent precious hemp oil completes the blend and contains not only essential fatty acids but also a special fatty acid called gamma linolenic acid. Gamma linolenic acid is very rare in nature. It is most usually found in breast milk and is particularly beneficial for the skin, including having a positive effect on eczema.
In order to increase the availability of fat soluble vitamins as well as high energy and essential fatty acids, parents are advised to fortify milk free meals such as vegetable, potato and meat meals and fruit and grain porridges with 1–2 teaspoons of organic baby weaning oil. It is also recommended for preparing all Holle baby porridges and jar meals.