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Sesame Oil and Its Effects to Reduce Age-Related Senility

Sesame oil is also known as gingelly oil and is a treasure trove of immense culinary and other benefits of therapeutic importance. It is widely used in Southeast Asian countries and is well known for its characteristic taste and flavor. 

The oil is characterized by being enriched with several polyunsaturated fatty acids such as palmitic, palmitoleic, stearic, oleic, linolenic, linolenic, and eicosenoic fatty acids. The oil is freely infused with antioxidants and has a very high boiling point, making it less prone to breaking down into harmful components when frying. 

It is also preferred because it does not go rancid due to the presence of sesamol and sesamin, the two natural preservatives inherent in the oil. You can search for the organic raw black sesame oil from various online sources. 

By the way, research studies point towards the importance of copper in helping the biosynthesis of the melanin pigment responsible for giving hair its blackness in addition to being anti-rheumatoid. Iron aids in the process by helping to increase the oxygen- and nutrient-laden blood supply. Besides beauty, sesame oil finds use:

• In the pharmaceutical industry and is widely used in intravenous drip solutions or injection drugs.

• As a carrier oil in cosmetics and toiletries.

• As a preservative oil used during the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines, pickles.

• As an effective oil for body and scalp massage, especially during winters.

Sesame oil is rich in vitamin E and minerals like copper, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) like omega 6 fatty acids.

Regular use of sesame oil is effective in

• Prevention of osteoporosis, cancer of the gastrointestinal tract, migraine, and premenstrual cramps in women of reproductive age at bay.

• Its application on the skin is associated with relieving dryness associated with menopause. Its estrogenic properties act as laxatives, lift waning moods, help relieve rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis, dry joints, and boost immunity.