sesame oil



The light sesame oil is made from the seeds of the sesame plant (Sesamum indicum), an annual herb from the sesame family (Pedaliaceae), which can reach heights of almost two meters. Sesame comes from South Asia and is grown in many tropical and subtropical areas. Today, the largest sesame producers include Sudan, Myanmar and India. The plant's tubular flowers are white or pink and have a hairy exterior. Inside the plant's seed capsules are the black, white, brown or golden yellow sesame seeds, from which the oil is ultimately extracted.



Sesame oil contains valuable unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic and oleic acid as well as phytosterols and vitamin E. Sesame oil is also rich in Antioxidants. The treasure of the world's oldest oil plant also enriches our mouth spray with its properties.



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Warra, A. (2012). Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) Seed Oil Methods of Extraction and its Prospects in Cosmetic Industry: A Review. Bayero Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences4(2).

Wu, M. S., Aquino, L. B. B., Barbaza, M. Y. U., Hsieh, C. L., de Castro-Cruz, K. A., Yang, L. L. & Tsai, P. W. (2019). Anti-Inflammatory and Anticancer Properties of Bioactive Compounds from Sesamum indicum L.—A Review. Molecules24(24), 4426.

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