Good thing in a small package: Sesame seeds
Sesame seeds (Til) have numerous benefits and is easy to include in your diet. With the highest oil content as compared to other types of seeds, it’s rasa (taste) is sweet, pungent, astringent and bitter. Beneficial when dryness is prevailing, it helps balance the vata dosha and is great for the winter season.
Good for digestion
Being rich in fiber, sesame seeds improve digestion and relieves constipation, keeping your digestive system healthy.
Good for bone health
The copper, zinc and calcium present in sesame seeds provide strength to blood vessels and bones, and help reduce pain and swelling associated with arthritis.
Good for oral health
Sesame seeds and its oil helps remove dental plaque and whitens your teeth. Squishing sesames seeds in your mouth helps boost overall oral health.
Helps reduce blood pressure
Being rich in magnesium, sesame seeds are an organic way to combat issues relating to blood pressure and helps reduce hypertension.
Hair and skin care
The zinc present in sesame seeds help strengthen and vitalize skin, hair and muscle tissue. It helps keep the skin refreshed and reduces the appearance of marks on the skin.
The oil of sesame seeds contains an amino acid called tyrosine which helps balance serotonin production in the brain, which relieves stress and uplifts the mood.
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