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Product Details

  • Tol Tal
  • Iran
  • Sesame Oil
  • 1 liter
  • plastic bottle
  • 20 bottles
  • 20 kg

Description

Properties of sesame oil

Healthy fats

Most of us know that there are different types of fats. Some are good and some are bad and are bad for your health. Sesame oil is rich in unsaturated ring fats and unsaturated fats, as well as low in saturated fats. Unsaturated fats and fats with unsaturated rings are good for heart health and help control cholesterol.

On the other hand, saturated fats and trans fats boost inflammation and overall cholesterol, which is bad for the heart. A quarter cup of sesame oil contains about 6.75 grams of unsaturated fat, 7.84 grams of unsaturated fat and 2.50 grams of saturated fat.

Foot massage before bed

Some of us have a special routine before going to bed. We brush our teeth, brush our faces, apply creams to our skin, but something soothing, like massaging ourselves, is an essential part of Ayurveda's treatment program, and slow oil is also good for the skin. Rubbing a teaspoon of sesame oil or more on the soles of the feet before going to bed helps you sleep better at night. Remember to wear socks on the soles of your feet after rubbing sesame oil.

Oral Health

Our ancestors did not have a toothbrush to have healthy teeth and to eliminate bad breath, so they used to rinse their mouths with oil a long time ago (in this way, you turn a tablespoon of oil in your mouth for 5 to 10 minutes and Then pour out). Medical research has shown that this can reduce the amount of bacteria in the mouth and help keep the mouth and gums healthy.

Strengthens skin and bones

The nutrients of sesame oil are not like sesame seeds because the oil is made from the separated part of the main seed. But one of the minerals that remains in the oil is zinc. Most of the time we think of zinc when we have a cold or the flu because it can reduce the duration or severity of the symptoms. But zinc is also used in the body to make collagen and gives our skin more flexibility. Zinc can even help your bones thicken.

Intestinal lubricant

We all get constipation sometimes. Drinking plenty of water and adding fiber to the diet helps to lubricate the intestines, but sometimes we neglect to consume fiber or take medicine that causes constipation. Another benefit of sesame oil is that it helps keep things moving. Using one or two tablespoons of sesame oil helps to lubricate the intestines and reduce the severity of constipation.

Hair strengthener

Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to hair care products. Sesame oil contains B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus - essential nutrients that nourish hair and scalp. This time, instead of the shampoo shelf in the bathroom, go to the sesame oil that you have in the kitchen. Massage some olive oil into the hair roots and scalp and leave for 30 minutes. Wash the next morning with warm water and shampoo.

Fights free radicals

Free radicals damage our body's DNA, cells and proteins. This type of injury can lead to diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and cancer. Certain substances such as alcohol, tobacco smoke, pesticides, air pollution and the foods we eat produce free radicals. It is important to eat a diet rich in antioxidants to fight free radical damage and reduce oxidative stress. New research has even shown that antioxidants help fight osteoarthritis, cancer progression, nerve damage and inflammation.

Heat tolerance

Coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil is also suitable for cooking, but you can also add sesame oil, which can withstand high temperatures. Burnt oil is not good for our health except stinking the kitchen and spoiling the food. The smoky point of oil is the heat at which the oil begins to break down and release free radicals and odors. One of the great things about sesame oil is that it has a smoke point of about 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore, it can be used in cooking without causing any problems.

It is tempting for the taste buds

Apart from its benefits and burning resistance properties, sesame oil is also used as an excellent flavoring in cooking. Sesame oil has a nutty taste and is widely used in Chinese and Korean dishes as well as Indian. Sesame oil can be found in two forms: roasted sesame oil and ordinary sesame oil.

Roasted sesame oil is made from roasted sesame seeds and is darker in color and is used to add nutty and smoky flavors to foods. Ordinary sesame oil is also produced using non-roasted sesame seeds. Primarily used for cooking. Both oils should be refrigerated to prevent spoilage, especially if you do not use them regularly.

Works a small total amount

Only a small amount of sesame oil can have a profound effect on food. Sesame oil has a strong flavoring and odor.

The seasoning is healthy and tasty

If you do not use this oil for cooking, I bet you are curious to use this oil now. Using sesame oil as a seasoning is very common and if you prepare it, you do not have to worry about how to use it now, you can use it in most regular foods. Just look at a few recipes that use sesame oil to find out how much it's worth.

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