- Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Pure Cold-pressed Sesame oil helps cure arthritis and joint inflammation.
- Pure Cold-pressed sesame oil is unbleached, naturally refined, and cold-pressed. This maintains the fresh aroma of Sesame. For dietary and cooking, pure cold-pressed sesame oil is the healthiest oil and has numerous health benefits.
- It is very beneficial for the heart as it contains heart-healthy fats.
- Pumpkin oil has anti-bacterial, anti-microbial properties, which kill harmful micro-organisms and stop their growth.
- Copper and calcium present in Sesame are integral to bone growth in the body. It is thus helpful for use in small children in moderate quantities.
- It also helps in the development of muscles.
- It can be used as sunscreen because it helps to protect skin layers. It also helps in Acne problems.
- Helpful in controlling blood sugar and boosting immunity which is so essential in times of Corona.
- It helps lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
Direction of Uses
Muscles and Bones
- It helps in the development of bones. However, it should be applied in moderate quantities and with due care while massaging.
- Do Sesame oil massage periodically as it is loaded with Calcium, copper, magnesium, and Omega-3 fats, which are all beneficial for bone health.
- Take some warm Sesame oil and massage gently on your body for 15 minutes. After about 10 minutes, have a gentle bath.
- Also helpful for muscle growth which is so essential for a healthy body.
- Promotes hair growth - If you are suffering from hair loss applying Sesame oil on hair and scalp helps develop hair and prevents baldness. Likewise, it contains premature hair greying. One should warm the oil and apply it to the scalp.
- Hair loss - Prevents hair loss due to stress & Anxiety, and stress is an essential factor in hair loss. As Sesame oil helps relieve stress and Anxiety, it prevents hair fall. Due to this reason, it is used by women and men alike.
- Anti-Dandruff - Due to its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, Sesame oil helps to keep the hair and scalp clean and healthy. Applying sesame oil fights dandruff and prevents the scalp's itching sensation.
- Acne – You can use it on acne scars or affected spots. Dab it onto the affected area with cotton balls and leave it there overnight.
- Skin Glow – Sesame oil can be liberally used on the body for massage purposes—Charak Samhita, the most popular Ayurvedic ancient text details the properties of Sesame oil. It must have been used back then since it found its presence in the ancient text. It pacifies the doshas, relieves fatigue, increases stamina, and provides peaceful sleep. It also enhances the complexion and luster of the skin. To put it another way, Sesame oil is indispensable for shiny skin.
It has been known as the “King of oils” in Ayurveda. It is one of the most commonly used products for the health and wellness of an individual. Starting from India to the Mediterranean, many cultures have been known to use Sesame oil.
Pure Cold-pressed sesame oil contains more fatty acids than sesame oil obtained from heated seeds.
- Pure cold pressed Sesame oil having Alpha Linolenic Acid[ALA], Vitamin A& E, MUFAs 41.26 g /100 g, PUFAs 43.50 g /100 g, Lignans, Sesamin, Sesamol, Sesaminol, Tyrosine[Amino Acid] and Zinc.
- It is full of calories 899.37 KCAL/100g, SATURATED FAT only 15.17 gms/100gms]