Sesame oil has a slightly nutty taste, making it excellent for stir- fried dishes and salad dressings. Research suggests it also has a host of health benefits. Sesame oil may help lower cholesterol and inflammation in the body and also reduce blood pressure.
Sesame oil’s antibacterial qualities make it an effective mouth rinse. Using oil as a mouthwash is an Ayurvedic technique known as oil pulling.
Anecdotal evidence indicates that diluted sesame oil may help relieve minor constipation. To use, mix one to two tablespoons of sesame oil with water, and drink twice a day.
Hair and scalp nourishment:
The same nutrients and properties that make sesame oil beneficial for your skin also apply to your hair. Try massaging a small amount of sesame oil into your scalp and hair, concentrating on the ends if they’re dry. Leave the oil on your hair or scalp for at least an hour, then rinse.
Helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis:
Has strong anti-inflammatory properties – Traditional Taiwanese medicine has long employed sesame oil for its anti-inflammatory properties, using it to treat joint inflammation. Lowers Blood Pressure
- Rich Aroma
- Free from trans fat
- No Preservatives
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