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Organic Sesame (Til) Oil

Organic Sesame (Til) Oil


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Product Description

Sesame oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from sesame seeds. Known as the King of Oils, it was one of the first oils in history to be extracted from the seed. Light and soothing in nature, it has many benefits.

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Wood-pressed oils A dark, full-bodied, nutty oil Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh

Technical Information

Usage Instructions: Use it primarily for seasoning soups and salads. Skincare - Used for massage of kids, which improves and retains skin moisture. - Sesame oil also has a moderately low rating on the comedogenic scale. This unofficial database ranks different oils and butters by their pore-clogging properties. The scale ranges from zero to five.

A rating of zero means that an oil won’t clog your pores, while a rating of five means that it will.

According to a 1989 study published in the Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, refined sesame oil has a comedogenic rating of one, and unrefined sesame oil has a rating of three. Non-comedogenic oils, like sesame oil, are good options for many types of skin.

Because non-comedogenic oils don’t clog pores, sesame oil may work well on acne-prone skin. Sesame oil’s anti-inflammatory properties may also add to its acne-fighting abilities, although there’s currently no scientific data to back this up.

Sesame oil is safe for most people to use. Since any substance can cause a reaction, especially if you have sensitive skin, it’s a good idea to do a patch test prior to using.

Follow these steps to do a patch test:

Wash and dry the upper part of your inner arm, near your elbow.
Apply a small amount of sesame oil to the area with a clean cotton ball.
Cover for 24 hours with a gauze pad.
If you feel tingling or itching, remove the gauze pad, wash the area, and discontinue use of the oil.
If you feel no sensation, leave the gauze pad on for the full 24 hours and then remove.
If your skin looks and feels clear, you’re probably not allergic or sensitive to the oil, and can use it freely on your skin.
If you have a sesame allergy, don’t use sesame oil.

How to use
Sesame oil isn’t an essential oil, so it doesn’t need to be diluted prior to use.

Try to find sesame oil that’s free of other ingredients and chemicals. Read the product label to find out if the oil is pure, or if it has anything else added to it.

You can use sesame oil liberally on your skin for massage and for moisturizing purposes.

If you use sesame oil for acne or acne scars, dab it onto the affected area with a cotton ball, and leave it on overnight. You may want to exfoliate your skin first to remove dead skin cells and debris. This may help the oil absorb more easily into your skin.

3) Sesame oil adds a delicious and nutty flavor to a wide variety of dishes. It’s a popular ingredient in Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

There are several varieties of this oil, each offering a slightly different flavor and aroma.

Unrefined sesame is light in color, offers a nutty flavor, and is best used when cooking at a low to medium heat. Refined sesame oil, which is more processed, has a neutral flavor and is best for deep- or stir-frying.

Toasted sesame oil has a deep brown color and delicate flavor that makes it best suited for dressings and marinades.

Here are easy dishes in which you can add sesame oil into your diet:

stir-fries sesame noodles marinades for meat or fish vinaigrettes sauces or dips

Storage Instructions: Transfer contents to an airtight container after opening. Store it in fridge to prevent it from getting rancid.

Packaging Details: In our commitment to being eco-friendly, we pack our oils in glass bottles.

How it benefits the environment: Sesame is a versatile crop with unique attributes to fit almost any cropping system. When rotated with other crops, it reduces nematodes in the soil. Sesame adds beneficial residue within the whole soil profile, resulting in improved tillage and topsoil properties.

Shelf Life: 6 to 9 months

Certifications: USDA, Jaivik Bharat, Organic NOP & NPOP, FSSAI

Method Preparation

We extract sesame oil by the process of wood-pressing. The seeds are sun dried first, cleaned and then put in to the Gaana or the Marachekku. The Sesame oil is extracted at room temperature. The wood absorbs heat and maintains atmospheric temperature in oil extraction.
The raw material of Sesame seeds is ground in to a paste and is pressed with the heavy wood mill until it expels the oil. This extracted oil is now stored in the barrels and is kept in the sunlight. Once the sediments settle, it is then filtered and finally sent for packing

Health Benefits

Helps maintaining diabetic levels. Contains anti-cancer compounds like Magnesium, Phytosterols & Phytic acid. Increases HDL(Good) Cholesterol level and reduces LDL (Bad) Cholesterol levels as it contains Phytosterols that helps in blocking Bad Cholesterol production. Good for the skin, and often used for massages as it penetrates deep into the skin to provide nourishment and helps relieve stress. Good for the hair and also used as a base oil for different cosmetics.

It contains sesamol, which helps in absorption of vitamin E. Sesamol is also an effective anti-oxidant and anti-fungal. Sesame oil is rich in Vitamin B 12, Vitamin B 6, has strong taste and is used in small amounts, best suited for daily cooking- goes ideal with idli podi

Sesame oil , when used topically - One study showed it may reduce cell damage by inhibiting compounds like xanthine oxidase and nitric oxide, which produce free radicals. Antioxidants are substances that help reduce cell damage caused by free radicals. An accumulation of free radicals in your cells may lead to inflammation and disease.

Traditional Taiwanese medicine has long employed sesame oil for its anti-inflammatory properties, using it to treat joint inflammation, toothaches, and scrapes, test-tube studies have found that sesame oil reduced inflammatory markers, such as nitric oxide production.

Good for heart health - A well-established body of research shows that a diet rich in unsaturated fats is good for heart health. Sesame oil comprises 82% unsaturated fatty acids.
it’s rich in omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-6 fatty acids are a type of polyunsaturated fat that is essential to your diet and plays an important role in heart disease prevention.
Sesame oil - may help prevent heart disease and even slow the development of plaque in your arteries, lower your cholesterol levels when used in place of oils high in saturated fats, A 1-month study in 48 adults found those who consumed 4 tablespoons (59 ml) of sesame oil daily had greater reductions in LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides, compared with those who consumed olive oil (13Trusted Source).

May help control blood sugar - support healthy blood sugar regulation especially diabetes patients.
One study showed that putting person with diabetes on a 6% sesame oil diet for 42 days resulted in significant reductions in blood sugar, compared with that were not fed the oil (14Trusted Source).

Another study in 46 adults with type 2 diabetes found that taking sesame oil for 90 days significantly reduced fasting blood sugar and hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), compared with a placebo group. HbA1c levels are an indicator of long-term blood sugar control (15Trusted Source).

May help treat arthritis - Sesame oil may improve symptoms of arthritis, but research is limited to animal studies at this time. In one 28-day study, researchers gave the oil to rats at daily doses of 0.5 ml per pound (1 ml per kg) of body weight. The rats experienced reduced markers of oxidative stress and arthritic symptoms, such as joint pain

May protect against UV rays- sesame oil has ability to repel UV rays, there is limited evidence to support its effectiveness. It’s still best to use sunscreen.

Sesame oil may improve sleep, enhance hair health, and relieve pain when used topically.

Nutrition Table

Nutrition Facts per 100g

  • Calories: 884kCal
  • Protien: 0g
  • Carbs: 0g
  • Sugar: 0g
  • Total Fat: 100g
  • Saturated Fat: 14g
  • Mono-Unsaturated Fat: 40g
  • Poly-Unsaturated Fat: 42g

*Approximate Values

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