Gingelly Oil (Seasam Oil)
- Grade Cold Pressed Virgin
- Usage All Type
- Application All Type
- Raw Material Seasam, Gingelly
- Shelf Life 24 Months
- Product Type Other
- Processing Cold Pressed
- Supply Ability : 100 Liter Per Day
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Price And Quantity
- 700 INR/Liter
- 50 Liter
- Season, Cooking
- Cold Pressed
- Cold Pressed Virgin
- All Type
- All Type
- Seasam, Gingelly
- 15kgs , 500 Ml, 5 Litre, 1 Litre, 250ml
- 24 Months
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- 100 Liter Per Day
- 7-10 Days
- If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
- Bottle Packing and Box Packing
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
- All India
- ISO 9001:2015
About Seasam Oil (Gingelly Oil)
Sesame oil, or gingelly oil, is an edible oil that is derived from sesame seeds. Sesame seeds are small, yellowish-brown seeds that are primarily found in Africa, but they also grow in smaller numbers on the Indian subcontinent. Sesame oil has a distinct nutty, flavorful taste and is considered a healthier alternative to other vegetable oils because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
The oil has gained quite a bit of popularity in recent years because it is relatively inexpensive to extract (simple hot water flotation or a variety of pressing techniques). However, it is best extracted when the seeds are completely ripe, which means that the outer shells burst. The challenge is the manual processing that sesame seeds require; there will always be more demand than supply.
The oil is used in cooking, and it is most commonly used in Asian cuisines, including Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian dishes, as well as in Middle Eastern cuisines. You can consume it raw by drizzling it over roasted vegetables or on salads. It is used in massages, due to its beneficial effects on the body and skin. It is a highly sought-after oil, even as a carrier oil for various cosmetic products.
Benefits of Seasam Oil (Gingelly Oil)
Sesame oil has traditionally been used to improve hair health, according to a study published in the Pharmacognosy Reviews. The 2014 study conducted on the bioactive components of black sesame oil revealed that it can help retain the natural hair color and minimize hair loss. Furthermore, the anti-bacterial effects of gingelly oil can help eliminate the pathogens or foreign bodies that can attack your scalp or hair.
A pilot study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food in 2006, found that adding sesame oil to the diet can help manage the plasma glucose levels in hypertensive diabetic adults. It is also helpful in lowering high blood pressure in this same population.
Gingelly oil is rich in zinc, given it is extracted from zinc-rich sesame seeds. Zinc is one of the most important minerals for your skin. It can increase skin elasticity and smoothness and reduce oxidative stress, thereby helping reduce the appearance of age spots and premature aging.
Sesame oil is a heart-friendly oil because of its fatty acid content. According to research conducted and published in the study the âEffect of sesame oil on serum and liver lipid profiles in the ratâ, the oil can lower bad cholesterol levels as it contains a wide range of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including sesamol and sesamin. These fatty acids keep the cardiovascular system strong and the LDL cholesterol levels low, thereby preventing atherosclerosis.
Copper and calcium, two minerals present in sesame, are integral to bone growth in the body. Mechanisms in sesame may help speed up any healing or regrowth of bones. As you get older, sesame oil can help you avoid osteoporosis and various age-related weaknesses in the bones.
Tyrosine, in gingelly oil, has been directly connected to serotonin activity in the brain. Increased activity can help boost mood by flooding the body with enzymes and hormones that make a person feel happy.
Sesame or gingelly oil is highly recommended in Ayurvedic medicine and by some dental professionals because of a process called oil pulling; this involves putting oil in your mouth, and then, swishing it around before spitting it out. With sesame oil, this process has been directly linked to whiter teeth, lower levels of dental plaque, and protection against certain streptococcus mutants that can make us very ill. The powerful anti-bacterial effect of this oil is the main reason for this boost in dental health.
Studies suggest that sesame oil rich in sesamol lignan and sesamin may help in inducing apoptosis and preventing the growth of cancer cells in the case of colon cancer.
High copper content means that the body can function at its optimal levels, mainly because copper is required for the production of red blood cells. With a significant percentage of copper in sesame oil, it allows your body to work towards an adequate, but not an excessive amount of these minerals, and therefore the blood flow to the organs and tissues, ensuring a healthier lifestyle.
Sesame oil is rich in copper, a natural anti-inflammatory substance. Copper can help reduce inflammation and discomfort caused due to gout and arthritis. The mineral also reduces the swelling of joints and strengthens the bones and blood vessels. Including this copper-rich oil in your diet can help keep your frame strong and sturdy for many years without any painful inflammation.
The oil contains a dietary phytochemical called sesamol, which has antioxidant properties. According to a study published in the Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology journal, these antioxidant properties help protect against radiation-induced DNA damage.
A report published in the Indian Journal of Medical Research suggests that the use of oils like herbal oils, mustard oil, and sesame oil for massaging infants can help boost growth. It can also increase blood circulation and induce proper sleep post-massage in infants.