Wood Pressed Black Sesame Oil
- 100% natural, unprocessed, cold-pressed, chemical-free and healthy
- 100% pure, vegan, preservative-free and gluten-free, also a perfect oil for Oil Pulling
- The wood-pressing method ensures that all the nutrients and the rich flavour of sesame seeds are retained
- Rich in vitamin E which helps in keeping your skin strong and supple
- Has anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties
100% natural, unprocessed, cold-pressed, chemical-free and healthy.
100% pure, vegan, preservative-free and gluten-free, also a perfect oil for Oil Pulling.
Did you know?
Sesame oil is one of the base products in over 90% Ayurvedic oil treatments. Sesame seed is a storehouse of many nutrients and a symbol of prosperity and health in ancient folklore. Its greatest benefit is in balancing Vata. It has a warming property, grows in a dry climate and in turn, is beneficial when dry quality is in excess.
It is known to enter the skin deeply carrying its nourishing and soothing properties. It is also a rich source of vitamin E (an antioxidant) and other nutrients like zinc, copper, magnesium, calcium, iron and Vitamin B-6. These properties provide nourishment, protection and detoxify damaged skin and hair. The high concentration of omega-6 leads to good moisturizing properties.
Anveshan Sesame Oil for Hair
- Apply warm sesame oil directly onto your hair.
- Mix in equal parts with neem oil to reap more benefits.
- Mix with Anveshan coconut oil for deep conditioning.
- Add a few drops of eucalyptus oil or ylang-ylang oil to relieve stressed hair and enhance soothing effects.
- Deeply conditions
- Vitamin E and B6
- Soothes stressed hair
- Calms the brain
Ayurvedic Uses of Sesame Oil
1. Oil Pulling: Make it a morning routine to swish a tbsp of sesame oil into your mouth up to 20 mins and then spit it. Rinse with warm water. Follow by rinsing with mouthwash or brushing. It draws out mucus and improves gum health.
2. Before Sleep: To promote healthy sleep patterns, massage the scalp and soles of the feet with sesame oil before bedtime.
3. Body Massage: Massage it all over your body to release skin impurities, then bathe or shower with warm water. Also, massage and put some warm oil in your ears.
4. Nasya Treatment: Sniff a little sesame oil to protect your nose and sinuses. Using your little finger, massage and rub the oil inside your nostrils. Then pinch and release the nostrils breathing sharply.
Anveshan Wood-Pressed Sesame Oil in the Kitchen
- Sauteing and stir-frying are the best ways to use sesame oil attributing to its low smoke point.
- Never use it for deep-frying.
- Make your pickles, subzi or wok-tossed idlis and other South Indian/North Indian dishes.
- It goes well as a salad dressing and in Chinese and Korean dishes