Sridhanjanki’s cold pressed virgin sesame oil is produced by cold pressed traditional method without use of chemicals and preservatives and that’s the reason we call it as “Sesame Naturoil”.
Virgin sesame Oil is obtained from sesame plant seeds through the cold-pressed method (ancient method of crushing seeds at low temperature so vitamins, fatty acids and natural properties are retained in the oil). Since no further refining is done, hence oil is 100% free of chemicals. During the processing no preservatives, trans fats, color, or flavor are used.
This oil has a pale yellow colour with pleasant aroma and a nutty flavour.
Cold-pressed sesame oil is a good source of vitamin E, containing 11.8 mg of the vitamin for every 100 g of the oil. Vitamin E gives sesame oil its antioxidant property. It also has a high concentration of fatty acids, including polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acids and monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acids. Other constituents of cold-pressed sesame oil include zinc, copper, magnesium, calcium and iron as well as vitamin B-6. Zinc contributes to healthy bones; copper is good for the management of rheumatoid arthritis; calcium is essential for the prevention of osteoporosis, migraine and colon cancer; and magnesium contributes to respiratory health.
At Sridhanjanki, we ensure that pure cold-pressed Sesame oil is free from suspended matter and is extracted under the most hygienic conditions Benefits
Cold pressed Sesame oil has its uses in hair and skin care, while also offering benefits to health.
- Cardiovascular benefits: The high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids in cold-pressed sesame oil makes it useful in the control of hypertension. These fatty acids are not the only constituents of the oil helpful in reducing blood pressure. One of the natural preservatives present in the cold-pressed sesame oil, sesamin, is a lignan shown to lower blood pressure. Furthermore, sesamin inhibits the production and absorption of cholesterol and, therefore, contributes to overall cardiac health.
- Skin and Hair care: Cold-pressed sesame oil is known in Ayurvedic practice as the healing oil. When applied topically to the skin or hair, its antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties provide protective, nourishing and detoxifying effects on stressed and damaged skin. Sesame seeds and sesame oil are some of the most versatile and widely-used substances in Ayurveda. The anti-bacterial property present in cold pressed Sesame Oil keeps the scalp and hair healthy. It nourishes the hair and improves hair growth. It strengthens the roots of the hair, thus, minimizes hair loss and prevents premature greying.
- Good for Blood Circulation: The copper compound of this oil helps in improving the blood circulation to the organs and tissues in the body. It also helps in the formation of red blood cells (RBC).
- Oral health: Effective in maintaining oral health, removes plague and fights bacterial attacks. It makes the teeth white, strong and healthy.
- Improves Bone Growth: Due to the presence of copper, zinc and calcium in this oil, it provides elasticity and strength to the bones and joints. This oil maintains proper growth and development of the bones and reduces the risk of Osteoporosis (abnormal loss of bone tissues due to lack of calcium).
- Lowers Cholesterol Levels: The sesamol and sesamin content in cold pressed Oil helps keep cholesterol levels low. It maintains a good heart health and normalizes the blood pressure level.
- Treats Arthritis and Gout: Cold pressed Sesame Oil has anti-inflammatory properties, which is considered to be very useful in treating Arthritis and Gout (painful inflammation of the big toe and foot). It relieves pain and swelling.
- Fights Depression: This oil contains tyrosine (amino acid) compound which aids in uplifting the mood by secreting happy hormones, thus, combating depression and giving you a positive boost.
Osteoarthritis Heat Sesame Oil and massage the affected joint with lukewarm oil for 10-15 minutes. Massage improves the blood circulation and thus, cures Osteoarthritis gradually. It reduces the stiffness and pain associated with Osteoarthritis and is also helpful in eliminating the toxin deposition in the joints. Asthma
: Heat one tablespoon of Sesame Oil and add a pinch of salt in it. Rub gently on the chest, then cover the chest. Repeat this once daily before bed to get relief from Asthma. This oil aids in loosening the phlegm which obstructs the airways, causing difficulty in breathing. Hair
: Apply lukewarm Sesame Oil on the scalp and hair. Massage the scalp for 10 minutes. Leave it overnight, then wash with shampoo. Do this twice a week. Its moisturizing property helps de-tangle frizzy hair, keeping it healthy and smooth.
Cracked Heels: Soak your feet in warm water for 10 minutes. Pat dry your feet. Take 1-2 teaspoon of Sesame Oil, mix ½ teaspoon of any carrier oil and apply on the areas of cracked heels. Massage gently for 5-10 minutes. Repeat this 2 to 3 times a week. This oil fights off harmful bacteria, repairs damaged skin cells and adds moisture to the heels.
Always do a patch/ allergy test when using the product for the first time. Storage
Keep it in a cool place, away from direct Sunlight. Never let the bottle open for long. Avoid getting water into the product since there are no preservatives & Chemicals added to inhibit bacterial growth.
Always store the oil in a cool and dry place. The oil is good to use for a year from the date of cold pressing. Precaution
Always do a patch test when using the product for the first time.