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- Sesamum radiatum is a species of flowering plant in the Pedaliaceae. It is in the same genus as sesame. It is known by the English common names benniseed, black benniseed, black sesame, and vegetable sesame.
- Contains Calcium, Fiber, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Copper, Magnesium, Iron & Zinc.
- Helps reduce oxidative stress & promote healthy hair & skin
- The seeds are incredibly versatile when it comes to their culinary uses. They can easily be sprinkled on salads, vegetables, and noodle and rice dishes. The seeds can even be used in baked goods
- Regularly eating black sesame seeds could reduce oxidation in the body, improve blood pressure, and provide antioxidants.
- Sesame seeds can be eaten raw, or they can be baked or toasted to bring out more of their natural nutty flavor.
- The benefits of sesame are not only for skin but also for hair. They trigger hair growth by nourishing the roots with their rich omega fatty acids content. They also help in moisturizing the scalp and improve blood circulation to rejuvenate hair follicles.
- They can easily be sprinkled onto salads, vegetables, and noodle and rice dishes.
- The seeds can even be used in baked goods or as a crunchy coating for fish.
- Black sesame seeds can easily be processed into a milk or tahini paste, and black sesame seed oil can be used just as any other oil would be.