The seeds of the sesame plant are contained inside a long pod and give a yield of clear pale yellow oil. This oil is made from raw seeds (not toasted). Sesame oil is rich in vitamins and minerals, its vitamin E and sesame oil content giving the oil excellent stability. Sesame oil is least prone, among cooking oils with high smoke points, to turn rancid when kept in the open.
- Rich in Vitamin E
Sesame oil has a long history of use as a massage base and is beneficial when used in conjunction with infused herbs. Commonly used in moisturizers and hand products, skin conditioning agents, bath oils and make-up. Various constituents present in the sesame oil have anti-oxidant and anti-depressant properties.
Product of Australia