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Black sesame oil - Black sesame hair oil - Black sesame oil benefits

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Published By The Young Chemist
  •  LocationAhmedabad, Gujarat, India - 382213
  •  StatusIn stock
  •  TypeNew

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Black sesame oil is extracted from black sesame seeds through cold pressed technique. It is light yellow and has a higher proportion of fatty acids, which makes it more beneficial than other variations of sesame oil. Sesame seed oil comprises B vitamins and dietary minerals like magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, and phosphorus. Young Chemist's cold-pressed black sesame oil can be used for cosmetics as well as culinary purposes.

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Benefits:

Black sesame seeds are rich in nutrients that support your health, and regularly eating them may have specific benefits.
Regularly eating black sesame seeds can reduce oxidation in the body; improve blood pressure and other plant chemicals that help fight cancer.
Black sesame seed oil is a rich source of fiber as a good amount of fiber intake stimulates digestion, provides heart health, and controls type 2 diabetes.
Consuming black sesame seeds oil provides good amounts of calcium, especially for women that contribute to healthy bones.
Black sesame seed oil can heal inflammation and is counted on the list of anti-inflammatory foods because of sesamin, a rich compound found in seeds and oil.

How to use:

Massage a small amount of sesame oil into your scalp and hair, focusing on the ends if they are dry. Then leave the oil on your hair or scalp for at least an hour, then rinse it.
Mix one or two tablespoons of sesame oil with water, and drink it twice a day.
Using the oil as a mouthwash is a traditional ayurvedic technique which is known as oil pulling.
Applying Sesame oil into the scalp only once a week nurtures the scalp and restores the luster and natural balance of hair.

Cautions:

Do a patch test before topical uses as some people may have allergy to natural oils.

Available Size:

1 Litre (Cosmetic Grade/Edible Grade)
5 Litre (Cosmetic Grade/Edible Grade)
10 Litre (Cosmetic Grade/Edible Grade)
25 Litre (Cosmetic Grade/Edible Grade)

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