Beneficial features

Sesame seed oil benefits

Sesame seeds are small, oil-rich seeds that grow in the pods of the sesame plant. Shelled seeds are white in color but turn brown when roasted.

Sesame seeds have many health benefits and have been used in folk medicine for thousands of years. They are rich in vegetable fats, vitamins, organic acids and minerals. They contain vitamin A, C, E, as well as group B vitamins. And from minerals, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, iron and a large amount of calcium.

All of these substances help protect against heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and many other common diseases.

We all have probably seen sesame buns or puffs. Manufacturers add it specifically to breads for better taste and appearance.

The nutritional properties of the sesame plant have also inspired some to call its oil the “Queen of Oilseeds.”

The production of trhe sesame seed oil in Armenia

Sesame, like black cumin, is imported to Armenia from abroad, and the oil is made from raw, pressed sesame seeds and has culinary, medicinal and cosmetic uses.

Thanks to the new cold pressing method, it preserves all the biologically active substances, vitamins and unsaturated fatty acids in it.

The oil can be consumed both orally and topically.

Let's start with its useful properties when consumed orally

  • Sesame oil contains antioxidants sesamin and sesamol, which prevent cell damage.
  • It also contains anti-inflammatory substances that act as preservatives, which contributes to the regeneration of cells, tissues,
  • Contains Phyto, which restores the body’s mineral balance, and Phytosterol, which reduces the risk of infectious diseases and atherosclerosis,
  • Helps to reduce dry cough and cold,
  • It has a beneficial effect on the work of the digestive system, and has a weak laxative and anthelmintic effect.
  • Due to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect, it is used in arthritis, rheumatism and osteochondrosis.
  • Due to its regenerating and antioxidant effect, it is used in the case of dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema,
  • Makes blood vessels elastic and regulates blood pressure,
  • The addition of oil to salads contributes to better assimilation of vitamins by the body.
  • Improves cerebral blood circulation

The addition of oil to salads contributes to better assimilation of vitamins by the body.

Here are its benefits when consumed topically:

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  • Improves hair health. Thanks to its compounds, sesame oil can add shine and strength to hair.
  • Nourishes the skin, makes it elastic and prevents the formation of wrinkles
  • Thanks to anti-inflammatory substances, it helps reduce swelling, heal wounds and burns.

Since any substance has its contraindications, it is always a good idea to consult a doctor before using the substance.


Use 1-2 teaspoons during meals, 3 times a day.

Then don’t forget to enjoy its wonderful results!