Sesame (Gingelly) Oil
Sesame oil can also be extracted under low-temperature conditions using an expeller press in a process called cold pressing. This extraction method is popular among raw food adherents because it avoids exposing the oil to chemical solvents or high temperatures during extraction.
We press the oil like in the olden days, from sesame seeds and “naatu vellam” at our own storehouse. The result is oil that tastes like sweet buttery nut goodness. Unfortunately, much of branded gingelly oils are adulterated to make it cheap. But, if you do the math, you will know you cannot even produce gingelly oil so cheaply. Real, pure oil will be intense in aroma and you can feel the powerful taste. Spending on pure, good oil, is an investment in your health. Make the good choice.
Gingelly Oil or Sesame Oil is derived from the seeds of sesame. It has been extensively used in southern parts of india for cooking.This nutrient rich oil has many beneficial applications including widespread usage in alternative medication from traditional massages
- Use of gingley oil enhances flavour of food cooked
- Helps in improving scalp and hair nourishment
- Helps in preventing premature greying of hairs
- Due to its high penetration ability it helps hair growth
- By preventing atherosclerotic lesions this oil can be helpful in boosting heart health.
- It assists in lowering blood pressure
- Helps in weight loss
- sesame seeds contain sesamin and sesamolin- a type of "lignans" or beneficial fibers which helps lower your cholesterol levels.
- Massaging your body with the oil once in a week could reduce dryness of skin and use of warm gingley oil for foot massage can comprehensively reduce fissuring.
- Swishing this oil in your mouth early morning can help maintain the overall dental health.This technique is still been considered a daily regimen in many homes
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