Sesame oil - cold pressed
Cold pressed sesame oil
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Cold pressed sesame oil
Cold pressed sesame seed oil is one of the lesser known vegetable oils, but is actually one of the healthiest alternatives to animal oils. Studies show that it is rich in natural antioxidants and polyunsaturated fats, which help regulate blood pressure.
Sesame oil is traditionally used to relieve the symptoms of stress. It contains large amounts of vitamin E and has a natural sun protection factor, which is why it is widely used in cosmetic recipes. An impressive amount of vitamins, minerals and organic compounds in sesame oil rank it at the forefront of healthy foods.
Sesame cold pressed oil is suitable for:
- Osteoporosis and bone fractures / treatment and prevention / due to organic calcium,
- magnesium and phosphorus;
- Anemia due to its high iron content;
- Neurological diseases / incl. depression and neurosis /, due to B vitamins.
- Therefore, it is also suitable for students, athletes, hard physical labor;
- Cardiovascular diseases due to unsaturated fatty acids and magnesium;
- Weak immunity because it contains natural zinc;
- Helps the health of eyes, hair, mucous membranes and nails.
Sesame oil is an excellent ingredient for hair loss prevention. It contains omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, which provide the necessary nutrients of hair follicles. It also improves their strength and texture by nourishing the roots. Applied to the scalp, sesame oil works antibacterial.
Sprinkle with sesame oil
Cold pressed sesame seed oil is one of the traditionally recommended oils for this practice. It has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and also provides iron, calcium, magnesium, copper and phosphorus and vitamins A, B and E.
Sprinkling with oil is considered a powerful tool for maintaining good health, as well as an effective remedy for various ailments. This is an ancient technique first described in ancient Ayurvedic texts 5,000 years ago. It's easy to do. Soon after you wake up before breakfast or brushing your teeth, rinse your mouth with a tablespoon of high-quality oil to 'remove' bacteria, parasites and other toxins from your teeth and mucous membranes. Drizzle with the oil vigorously, allowing the liquid to penetrate ‘through’ the teeth from one side to the other for 15-20 minutes.
How to use sesame oil
Ways to use sesame oil for cosmetic purposes:
Softening the skin of the hands and feet - baths. The oil is heated and a limb is dipped in it for 10-15 minutes. It nourishes and moisturizes the skin well.
Two tablespoons of sour cream are mixed with one tablespoon of butter. Apply on face for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. This option is suitable for dry skin. The oil can also be added to creams, lotions and other cosmetics.
In terms of hair, sesame oil also has a number of valuable properties. Directly applied to the roots with light movements, it improves blood circulation and thus promotes rapid hair growth. Sesame oil also helps with dandruff. In addition to the sun protection effect it has on the skin, the oil also plays such a role on the hair because it forms a protective layer around the hair.
Can be used alone or in combination with almond oil or other oils. To prevent hair breakage and blooming, it is recommended to apply the oil along the length of the hair, especially at the ends.
1 teaspoon egg yolk, 1 teaspoon lemon juice and a tablespoon of jojoba and sesame oils are mixed and applied to dry hair. Leave for half an hour, then rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo.
Massage with sesame oil on the whole body stimulates blood circulation, tones and energizes, infuses vitality, vitality and mood.
Contraindications to the use of sesame oil
Like any useful product, sesame oil can have its negatives. The oil improves blood clotting, which is why people who suffer from thrombosis or rapid coagulation should avoid taking it. It should not be used for kidney stones.