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Sesame oil(Sesamum)

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Sesame oil is an essential health dietary product that is beneficial for lipid metabolism, potent against hypertensive disease, inflammatory and degenerative joint diseases. In recent years, sesame seeds and oil are being actively used for prevention of osteoporosis due to high calcium content, phosphorus (construction materials for bone tissue) and phytoestrogens that control the process of bone recovery. Sesame seed oil is effective in treatment of various lung diseases, shortness of breath, dry cough and asthma.

Elite 100% oil made from selected sesame seeds from entirely organic Arslanbob forests. This oil is produced using a unique cold-press technology on patented equipment allowing preservation of natural vitamin sources, minerals and trace elements.

Sesame oil is recognized supplements (dietary supplement) of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare Chief Medical Officer of the Russian Federation.

Sesame oil is probably one of the oldest condiments known. Along with many forgotten herbs and spices, sesame is mentioned in Ebers Papyrus – a 65 feet long scroll, containing a list of ancient herbs and spices – the most ancient written record of healthful plants. Even polymath Avicenna wrote about curative properties of sesame seeds in his medical masterpieces. The popularity of sesame found its reflection in folklore. The most antique reference on sesame is contained in the Assyrian myth of Creation, where gods drank sesame wine on the eve of Creation Day.

All the seeds of the plants contain a certain dormant energy, which is used as a source of growth for the young plant at the first phase of its life. Sesame seeds contain phytosterol, sesamin, sesamolin, vitamin E, compounded oil (up to 60%) which consists of glycerides of oleic, linoleic, palmitic, stearic, and arachic lignoceric acids (most of these acids are absolutely necessary for the normal functioning of the human body, but they are not generated independently, and people should regularly obtain them from food). Even the ancient people associated sesame with immortality. This is a slight exaggeration, but the seeds of this plant are indeed rich in vitamins (especially vitamin E) and minerals: zinc, necessary for normal functioning of the human body, phosphorus, calcium. Medical research statistics demonstrates that consumption of one tablespoon of unrefined sesame oil per day boosts the amount of calcium in the body three-fold.

The oil made of sesame seeds has a pleasant taste and flavour with a hint of nut and sesame seeds. Sesame oil practically never bitters, as a unique technology of cold-press is used at the manufacturing stage. Owing to this processing method all the necessary and healthful elements remain, which are further well absorbed by living cells and act as antioxidants, significantly slowing the aging process. Sesame oil is an essential health dietary product that is beneficial for lipid metabolism, potent against hypertensive disease, inflammatory and degenerative joint diseases. In recent years, sesame seeds and oil are being actively used for prevention of osteoporosis due to high calcium content, phosphorus (construction materials for bone tissue) and phytoestrogens that control the process of bone recovery. Sesame seed oil is effective in treatment of various lung diseases, shortness of breath, dry cough and asthma. Sesame oil is also recommended for normalization of metabolism, for prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis, pneumonia, anaemia, malnourishment, heart diseases, for treatment of pancreas and thyroid, liver, gallbladder; for gastric hyperacidity; for blood clot prevention. Sesame oil is widely used in cosmetology due to its ability to penetrate deep down into skin layers. It is one of the main base oils in aromatherapy. The use of sesame oil is also recommended in treatment of gastrointestinal diseases; for instance, for gastritis it is recommended to take 1 teaspoon of sesame oil before meal three times a day. A gentle massage of the belly with sesame oil helps to get rid of intestinal colic. Sesame oil is also used as an ingredient in cosmetics for sun tanning.

Store in a cool, dark place. Slight residue is permissible, which is natural for cold-pressed oil.

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