Benefits

Cold Pressed Sesame Oil is also called “Gingelly Oil. Considered to be sacred and ideal for the Lamp, sesame oil is used in most temples in india. The nature of sesame oil is “Satvic”. Meaning pure. Sesame oil lamp fire has reduced soot while burning. Sesame oil is used extensively in south Indian cooking. For thousands of years, it was observed to bring many health benefits. Sesame seeds were one of the first crops processed for oil as well as one of the earliest condiments. In fact. The word ‘ENNAI’ that means oil in Tamil language has its roots in the Tamil words “eL” and ‘NEI”, Which mean sesame and fat. Research in japan has shown that a diet rich in sesamin, a natural Phytoestrogen found in sesame oil, reduces the risk of renal hypertension and cardiac disease. Sesame oil is also rich in oleic acid, the major constituent of olive oil. Sesame oil is an aid to digestion, stimulate blood circulation benefits the nervous system and has natural antioxidants present in it. Sesame oil makes ideal massage oil because of its excellent emollient properties.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

Organic Gingelly oil-Cold Pressed
All the Oil in Organic Depot are Cold Pressed especially using WOODEN EXTRACTER Which was used by out fore fathers, and not extracted industrially by heating methods.
Sesame oil (Also Know As Gingelly Oil Or Nalla Ennai In Tamil) is an edible vegetable oil derived from seasame seed. Besides being used as a cooking oil in south India, it if often used as a flavor enhancer in Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Korean and Southeast Asian Cuisine. The oil from the nutrient rich seed is popular in alternative medicine-from traditional massages and treatments to the modern day. The traditional Indian medical practice of Ayurveda uses sesame oil to pacify stress related symptoms. Ongoing research also indicated that the rich presence of antioxidants and polyunsaturated fats in sesame oil controls blood pressure.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

The Cold Pressed Sesame oil ins natural healing oil which is used for treating skin. This oil is anti-bacterial and anti-viral. It is multi Purpose and contains substances that are thought to prevent high blood pressure. Sesame seeds may be tiny, but they have huge health benefits. They were worth their weight in gold during the middle ages, and for many good reasons.


20 Health Benefits of Gingelly Oil

1. FULL OF GREAT PROTEIN

Sesame seed are full of high quality protein making up 20 percent of the seed with 4.7 grams of protein per ounce.

2. HELPS PREVENT DIABETES

Sesame seeds contain magnesium and other nutrients. Sesame oil has been shown to prevent diabetes, and it can also improve plasma glucose in hypersensitive diabetics.

3. REDUCES BLOOD PRESSURE

The same study above reveals how sesame oil lowers blood pressure is diabetics Sesame seeds are full of magnesium-a key nutrient know to help lower blood pressure.

4. Lowers Cholesterol

Sesame helps lower cholesterol levels, because it contains phytosterols that block cholesterol production. Black sesame seeds are especially high in phytosterols.

5. Good for Digestion

The high fiber content of sesame seeds helps the intestines with elimination.

6. For Healthy Skin

The high zinc content helps produce collagen, giving skin more elasticity and helping repair damaged body tissues. Regular use of sesame oil can reduce skin cancer. Learn more about Sesame Benefits For Your Skin.

7. Boosts Heart Health

Sesame seed oil can help heart health by preventing atherosclerotic lesions with the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound known as sesamol.

8. Prevents Cancer

Sesame seeds contain anti-cancer compounds including phytic acid, magnesium, and phytosterols. Sesame seeds have the highest phytosterol content of all seeds and nuts.

9. Helps Lessen Anxiety

Sesame seeds contain the stress-relieving minerals magnesium and calcium. Sesame also contains the calming vitamins thiamin and tryptophan that help produce serotonin, which reduces pain, assists moods, and helps you sleep deeply.

10. Alleviates Anemia

Black sesame seeds are particularly rich in iron. They’re highly recommended for those with anemia and weakness.

11. Protects from Radiation Damage to DNA

Sesamol in sesame seeds and sesame oil has been shown to protect against DNA damage caused by radiation.

12. Relieves Arthritis

The high copper content in sesame seeds prevents and relieves arthritis, and strengthens bones, joints and blood vessels.

13. Protects Your Liver from Alcohol

Sesame helps protect you from alcohol’s impact on your liver, helping you maintain healthy liver function.

14. Prevents Wrinkles

Sesame seed oil prevents harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun from damaging your skin, preventing the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation.

15. Encourages Bone Health and Prevents Osteoporosis

A handful of sesame seeds contains more calcium than a glass of milk. The high zinc content of sesame also boosts bone mineral density.

16. Help Your Baby’s Health

A sesame oil massage improves growth and improves sleep. Rashes on a baby’s skin — especially where the diaper is — can be protected with by rubbing sesame seed oil on the skin. As a bonus, sesame also helps reverse dry skin.

17. Good for Eye Health

In traditional Chinese medicine, there is a relationship between the liver and eyes. The liver sends blood to the eyes to support functioning. Black sesame seeds are the best for this.

18. Good for Oral Health

Oil pulling has been used for oral health for thousands of years in Ayurveda to reduce dental plaque, whiten your teeth, and boost overall health. Learn How To Practice Oil Pulling here.

19. Good for Respiratory Health

The magnesium in sesame seeds helps prevent respiratory disorders by preventing airway spasm and asthma.

20. Hair Benefits

Sesame seed oil is full of the nutrients needed for a healthy scalp and hair. See how to use sesame oil in your hair here. Sesame seeds deserve to be highly honored as an affordable food that deeply nourishes the body on many levels. With sesame’s many health benefits I consider it a Power Food along with green tea, lemons, garlic, honey, and turmeric.