Benefits of Sesame Oil
Natural sesame oil is especially rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K and microelements (calcium, copper, phosphorus, iron, magnesium and zinc), as well as a large amount of Omega-3 and Omega-6 acids and saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Sesame oil is a natural source of vitamin E, which is a particularly powerful antioxidant and perfectly cleanses the body of free radicals that damage the human body. It improves the functioning of the reproductive, endocrine and nervous systems, normalises fat metabolism, strengthens the immune system and reduces the risk of developing cancer.
Sesame Oil for Strong Bones and Teeth
Among other vegetable oils, sesame oil is a leader in the amount of calcium in its composition. Calcium helps repair damaged bones and repairs and maintains the structure of bones affected by several types of skeletal disease or age-related changes. Sesame oil is used in the complex treatment of many disorders of the bone structure, including osteoporosis, osteochondrosis, gout, arthritis, arthrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, caries, periodontal disease and periodontitis. Cold pressed sesame oil, taken in the amount of just one tablespoon per day, is able to provide the body with a daily intake of calcium-it is the best natural remedy for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Regular consumption of sesame oil restores and maintains bone structure. Cold pressed sesame oil is highly recommended after bone injuries, for elderly people, as well as children and adolescents during development and body growth.
Sesame Oil for Oral Health
Sesame oil has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties for gingivitis, periodontitis and stomatitis. In cases of infections of the mouth and throat, sesame oil is used as a gargle.
Sesame Oil for the Skin
Sesame oil perfectly softens and nourishes the skin, and is ideal as a base oil for massage, especially recommended for sensitive baby skin. Cold pressed sesame oil is used to restore the structure of skin damaged by burns. Sesame oil promotes healing of wounds, skin cracks and easily soothes irritated skin. Sesame oil helps to regulate the sebaceous glands, so after a while (about a week to two), the skin begins to get rid of excess oil on the surface. Sesame oil has anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, anti fungal and wound healing properties. It also has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin, nails and hair.
Beneficial Properties of Sesame Oil
Sesame oil slows down the aging of skin cells, improves blood clotting, lowers cholesterol, cleanses the digestive system from toxins and salts, stimulates digestion and strengthens tooth enamel and gums. It is used for gastritis, high acidity in the body, for the prevention of gallstone disease, fatty liver and anemia.
Sesame Oil for Hair
Penetrating easily into the scalp, sesame oil stimulates blood circulation and as a result stimulates hair growth. Even if your hair is badly damaged by chemicals, natural sesame oil can help regenerate it. Sesame oil is a very popular and widely used hair care product. If you want to improve your hair colour or keep it natural for longer, use sesame oil as often as possible as a nourishing hair mask. One of the most important benefits of using sesame oil for hair care is that it will also help you prevent premature graying,