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Sesame seeds: health benefits and nutritional benefits of sesame

  1. Sesame is one of the oldest plants grown for its seeds. Sesame was a favorite seasoning for bread in ancient Egypt and Babylon, and this practice has continued to this day. Sesame seeds are used in many ways and they also provide a variety of health benefits. The sesame plant is a herbaceous annual plant that can reach an average height of 0.5 to 1 meter. The flowers are initially pale pink and teal and are very similar to foxglove. Then oval fruit bodies develop from which the sesame seeds are taken. When the fruiting bodies open, the harvest time has come and the seeds are falling out: "Sesame, open!"

What is sesame?

  1. Sesame seeds Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is a plant of the Pedaliaceae family. A distinction is made between white and black sesame and all kinds of shades of beige in between. In the white variant, there is the peeled and unpeeled variant. White sesame has an intense nutty aromatic flavor. It is the basic ingredient of many oriental, Indian and African dishes and spice blends. By roasting it, it can nut

Application and effect of sesame seeds

  1. Seed, oil and flower Sesame seeds are used in several Asian and Arab countries as a healthy staple food due to its high content of essential fats, essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The crop is mainly used internally in the form of sesame seeds, sesame oil and sesame flour. Only the oil is suitable for external use. Pure sesame oil, applied topically, prevents dry skin

Health Benefits

  1. Sesame contains many valuable ingredients that have a positive effect on health, such as selenium

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