Black Sesame Oil Benefits

Black Sesame seed (Sesamum Indicum L.), an important oil crop. It has been cultivated in Asian countries to be used as cooking oil and seasoning ingredients. Sesame is a worldwide oilseed crop used in the food pharmacy. It is a proven herbal pain-relieving formula. It is used as a base oil in many Ayurvedic remdies. Sesame Oil is the king of all the oils and has got multiple health benefits and natural remedy to prevent and cure various ailments.

Black Sesame oil contains:-
Saturated Fatty Acids – 18%
Mono Unsaturated Fatty Acids – 40%
Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids – 40%

Following are some scientifically proven properties of the Black Sesame oil:-

1) The anti‐inflammatory activity and anti‐cancer effects of sesame oil have been proved. Two compounds present in black sesame seeds, sesamin and sesamol have the ability to fight oxidative stress and control the cell lifecycle preventing any cancerous cell behaviour. Sesamin plays a main role in the destruction of cancer cells and their removal from the system.

2) Based on Clinical data, the diabetic groups treated with sesame oil had significantly lower levels of glucose, higher levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) – Good Cholesterol, and reduced levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) – Bad Cholesterol.

3) CIR Expert Panel report concludes that Sesame Oil is safe as a cosmetic ingredient that comes into contact with skin, eyes, hair, nails, or mucous membranes.

4) SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF SESAME OIL, reported a low irritancy potential for Sesame Oil.

5) Zinc is recognized to have a crucial function in insulin production. As a result, its absence may have a deleterious impact on the progression of diabetes and associated consequences. As per the Laboratory of Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Annaba, Algeria – It was found that sesame oil supplementation is a potent factor in mitigating the oxidative severity of zinc deficiency in diabetes through its effective antioxidant potential.

6) The amount of calcium in milk is 125 mg per 100g, whereas Sesame Seeds have 975 mg per 100g.

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