Health Benefits of Sesame Seed Oil
Sesame Seed Oil has many health benefits which date back thousands of years. There are countless ways it can be used to better our health while also fighting off bacteria and other pathogens that affects our skin. It will even treat athlete's foot!
Sesame Seed Oil is quite popular in Asian countries which it is well known for its healing properties, as well as controlling high blood pressure. More recent studies show that it is beneficial in the treatment of Migraines, Hepatitis, and Diabetes as well. It has also shown promising results in the treatment of melanoma (skin cancer), and colon cancer.
Sesame Seed Oil is also a very effective antioxidant, even when applied to the skin. It has the ability to enter the blood stream via capillaries, and promote good health by maintaining HDL (Good Cholesterol) and reduce LDL (Bad Cholesterol). It is also beneficial to the small intestine and the colon by providing the much needed healthy fats that are required to maintain healthy bowels.
Sesame Seed Oil is definitely an essential oil for around the household, especially if you have children. It is known to treat and cure sinusitis (when used as nose drops), treats strep throat and kills common cold bacteria when gargled, cures skin ailments (Psoriasis, dry skin, etc.), it even kills lice and provides natural UV protection against the sun when applied to the skin.
Sesame Seed Oil also soothes burns from the sun and wind. When applied to the hair, it prevents dry scalp which reduces dandruff and also nourishes the hair and its follicles. Before swimming in a chlorine treated pool, apply Sesame Seed Oil to the skin to protect it from chlorines harmful effects.
If undergoing radiation treatments, using Sesame Seed Oil before and after will help neutralize the formation of oxygen radicals which is a likely side effect when taking radiation treatments.
Oil toxins inside and outside of the body are curiously attracted to Sesame Seed Oil molecules. When these toxins come in contact with the molecules of this beneficial oil, they can simply be rinsed away from the skin with soap and water. Inside the body, The molecules of this natural oil rid of toxins via the bloodstream which are then excreted from the body as waste.
Sesame seed oil can also be used to treat vaginal yeast infections when mixed with warm water. Other health benefits of Sesame oil include; keeps the skin soft and healthy, keeps joints flexible, heals and protects mild scrapes and cuts, tightens facial skin and reduces pore size. Sesame Oil is one of the few oils that will not cause the facial skin on teenagers to break out, and in fact will neutralize toxins and poisons while promoting fresh, healthy skin.
For young children and babies, use Sesame Oil to protect their sensitive skin from diaper rash, and use in the nose and ears to protect against skin pathogens. Swab inside the nose to protect against air borne viruses, which they are most likely to catch while in school.
As you can see, Sesame Seed Oil is one of nature's medicines that not only promotes all around good health, but tastes great in salads too.
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