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Sesame Vegetal Oil/30ml

Sesame Vegetal Oil/30ml

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What is Sesame Vegetal Oil: Sesame oil is an edible vegetal oil which is obtained from cold pressing the sesame seeds. In addition to its use in cooking, it is also used as a flavor agent in Middle Eastern, African, and Southeast Asian cuisines. It has a distinctive nutty aroma and taste.  Commercial sesame oil differs in color from clear yellow to deep reddish yellow depending on the color of the seed processed and the method of milling.  The market for sesame oil is based in Asia and the Middle East where the use of domestically produced sesame oil has been a tradition for centuries.  Sesame Vegetal Oil Technical Data Sheet: Common name: Sesame Botanical name: Sesamum indicum Appearance: limpid liquid Color : Pale yellow Odor: characteristic Botanical Family : Pedaliaceae  Organ: seeds Processing Method: cold pressing Type: 100% pure. Origin: Turkey Preferred uses : External use, internal route Chemical composition: Sesame oil is composed of the following fatty acids: linoleic acid (41% of total), oleic acid (39%), stearic acid (5%), Linolenic acid (Max. 0.6 %). palmitic acid (8%) and others in small amounts. Storage conditions: Keep away from sources of ignition and open flames. Store in a cool, dry location, in a sealed container. Physical characteristic: Boiling point (°C) : >100  Flash point (°C) : 260  Density at 40 °C : 0.910 - 0.930  Hydrosolubility : Insoluble  Liposolubility : Soluble in vegetable oils Properties of Sesame Vegetal oil: Cosmetically (in cutaneous use) Emollient, softening Antioxidant Nourishing Regenerating Cutaneous Soothing  Seboregulating Solar filter Other properties : Purifying Healing Indications of Sesame Vegetal Oil: Acne Light burn Colored, brittle, weakened, dry Hair Greasy hair Hair subjected to climatic constraints (wind, sun, sea salt) Light scar Dry or irritated scalp Scab Cleansing Drying (hands, body, hair, nails) Eczema Sun exposure Chap Skin irritation Massage Brittle nails, cuticles Mature skin Dry or oily skin Wrinkles (in prevention) Psoriasis Sebum in excess Oral care Stretch Marks Skin aging (in prevention) Tips for using Sesame vegetal oil: Mouthwash: Bath of mouth to realize in the morning: Take a tablespoon of sesame oil in the mouth for 1/4 hour (up to 20 minutes). Spit out the oil then rinse the mouth with water. This process limits toxins like bacteria and eliminates dental stains. It also tones and massages the cheeks, gums, tongue and muscles of the jaw. Massage to relieve joint pain: Apply on the painful areas the following mixture: 3 teaspoon of sesame oil 4 drops of wintergreen essential oil or 4 drops of tea tree essential oil. Then surround the joint with a warm cloth. Anti-dandruff scalp massage: Apply on the scalp the following mixture: 1 tablespoon sesame oil, 2 drops of tea tree essential oil, 2 drops of lavandin essential oil. Let it for 1 hour (making sure no drip falls in the eyes) then shampoo For face: After washing your face just wipe the oil on it twice a day, and notice that sesame oil is one of the best ways to keep your face healthy. Skin moisturizer: Put it to your skin to keep it silky and glossy and help prevent wrinkles from forming. Or in your bath water to mitigate cracked heels and dry knees and elbows. Sesame oil also helps prevent skin-related disorders. Natural sunscreen: Spread the oil all over your skin. You may need to reapply it ,especially after heavily perspiring or jumping into water.  Nutritional aspect of sesame oil: Main benefits Anti-infectious Liver fortifying, blood and kidney (according to Chinese medicine) Cardiovascular protective, anti-atheromatous, hypocholesterolemic Central nervous system protector  Analgesic and anti-inflammatory Antioxidant Regulator of appetite Precautions of Sesame vegetal oil: Sesame vegetal oil is contraindicated for pregnant and lactating women, as well as people prone to epilepsy or allergic to camphor. It is recommended to do a preliminary test inside the fold of the elbow to ensure the absence of skin reaction. First Aid Measures: Swallowed :  Immediately give a glass of water. First aid is not generally required. If in doubt, contact a Poisons Information Center or a doctor.  Eye : Wash out immediately with water. If irritation continues, seek medical attention. Removal of contact lenses after an eye injury should only be undertaken by skilled personnel. Skin : If skin contact occurs: Immediately remove all contaminated clothing, including footwear ,flush skin and hair with running water (and soap if available). Seek medical attention in event of irritation.  Inhaled : If fumes or combustion products are inhaled remove from contaminated area. Other measures are usually unnecessary.

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