Wood pressed Sesame oil -100% Pure and 100%Natural with Zero chemicals extracted from high quality black sesame seeds
At Adamya our main motto is to bring back our Indian traditions which are obsolete or less used or produced in recent times, we are trying to build a traditional eco system with our range of products which are made considering traditional values and practices of our country with modern touch. Our products are aimed to promote health, well-being and uphold our traditional values, practices and culture.
Adamya’s Wood -pressed oil Extraction
Our range of wood pressed oils are extracted from high quality oil seeds at room temperature using Wooden Ghani (Marachekku) this ensures that oil retains all the health benefits by retaining all the vitamins and nutrients which is 100 % pure and natural without any chemicals.
Adamya’s Wood -pressed oil Filtering.
Once oil is extracted, Oil is placed in steel containers for 5 days which allows oil to naturally filter using gravitational sedimentation techniques which is natural, machine free, pressure free and chemical free. All the impurities and sediments settles at the bottom of the container and only filtered oil on the top of container are packed in bottles and served.
Wood pressed Sesame oil Benefits
Lowering Blood Pressure It reduces blood pressure due sesamol, and sesamin.
Stress & Depression The amino acid present in sesame oil is known as tyrosine, which is directly related to serotonin. It’s a neurotransmitter that impacts our moods, and an imbalance in it can lead to depression or stress. So, sesame oil can help in producing serotonin in the body.
Improving Oral health One of the most prominent sesame oil benefits is that improves oral health. Sesame oil has been used for oil pulling in old times. It helps in removing plaque & maintaining good oral health.
Skin Health Sesame is an excellent element in the Indian traditional Ayurveda medical system. It is valued due to its antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used in beauty treatments for healthy, healing, and enlightened skin as it naturally contains SPF.
Anti-Inflammatory agent Sesame oil and seeds are rich in sesamin compound, which helps in reducing chronic inflammation, fights various bacteria, fungi from affecting the skin. Inflammation in the body can also lead to obesity, heart diseases, and kidney ailments.
Sesame Oil Prevents Anemia Anemia can be prevented if we consume an adequate amount of sesame oil in our diet. This is because sesame has huge iron content, and iron is very effective in curing anemia. So, sesame oil consumption is one of the most accessible home remedies for anemia.
Good for Eye Health It is also called as gingerly oil, a good source of various nutrients, including flavonoids, phenolic antioxidants, omega-6 fatty acids, dietary fiber, and vitamins. Black sesame seed is neither cold nor hot. Sesame oil acts as a stimulant in nourishing the eyes.
Sesame Oil Benefits for Hair Its nourishing, calming, and warming nature makes it the ideal massage oil. In Ayurveda, there is a special significance of using sesame oil for head massage. Its antioxidant elements prevent hair greying, promote hair growth, treat lice, and prevent hair fall.
Improves Bone health Sesame seeds are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. It contains zinc, iron, and magnesium content, which help produce red blood cells, blood circulation, and improve metabolism. In addition, copper has anti-inflammatory properties, helps reduce pain or swelling of joints, and strengthens the bones.
How to use Wood Pressed Sesame oil
Cooking Sesame oil has a slightly nutty taste, making it excellent for stir-fried dishes and salad dressings.
Mouthwash-Oil Pulling Sesame oil’s antibacterial qualities make it an effective mouth rinse. Using oil as a mouthwash is an Ayurvedic technique known as oil pulling.
Constipation relief Anecdotal evidence indicates that diluted sesame oil may help relieve minor constipation. To use, mix one to two tablespoons of sesame oil with water, and drink twice a day.
Hair and scalp nourishment Try massaging a small amount of sesame oil into your scalp and hair, concentrating on the ends if they’re dry. Leave the oil on your hair or scalp for at least an hour, then rinse.