The sesame prevents blood clots, cures hemorrhoids, migraines and burns, lowers the bad cholesterol level and eases the cleaning of the intestines. The sesame seed is one of the most commonly used as a supplement in the diet, and the oil extracted from it is of very high quality, so it is often used as a substitute for olive oil.
This plant is characterized by a large number of healing properties. The seeds contain 50-60 percent oil, oligoelements copper and calcium, in small amounts, manganese, iron, vitamins E and B1, as well as resins and bitter substances that give the distinctive flavor of this spice.
The sesame contains two different types of fibers – sesamin and sesamolin, it is proven that they reduce the cholesterol levels in the blood. The sesame is very rich in phytosterols – substances with a similar chemical composition as the cholesterol – which makes this plant ideal for preventing it.
These seeds are known for their anti-coagulant effect, because they cause prevention of blood clotting, which is particularly important for preventing the formation of clots. The people who are at risk of clot formation should use the sesame oil in their daily diet.
The sesame oil shows excellent laxative properties and it is used in case of long constipation and irregular stool, for elimination of the intestinal parasites and “cleansing” of the intestines. This oil is also used in the treatment of hemorrhoids (accompanied by bleeding and pain), as well as for rehabilitation of injuries and changes of the skin, such as warts, ulcers, acne and burns.
The sesame products are very effective against the respiratory diseases such as bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, and chronic cough. In case of severe migraines and severe headaches with dizziness, it is recommended to keep warm bandages with sesame oil. The sesame has a reputation of a powerful aphrodisiac. In countries where it grows, they prepare drinks for potency on the basis of this spice. For hair care, against dandruff and hair loss you should use infusion of sesame seeds, with which you should rinse your hair after washing it, and for this purpose you can also use the leaves and the roots of this plant.
Mix two tablespoons of sesame oil with 10 drops of essential oil of pine and eucalyptus. Heat it and stir well in order to dissolve the ingredients. Soak a towel with this oil and place it on the head. Rest for 30 minutes.
Mix one teaspoon of grind pumpkin seeds into a powder and 3 tablespoons of warm sesame oil. Stir until the mixture becomes even. Consume it immediately on an empty stomach, up to twice a day, because this mixture has a very strong laxative effect.
Strengthening of the Potency
Mix sesame seed and poppy seed in the same amount, add a small amount of seeds of nettle, onion and carrots and a tablespoon of sugar. Grind all ingredients into powder and mix well. Dissolve one teaspoon of the mixture in a glass of wine and drink slowly.
For the Blood Vessels
Crush a teaspoon of sesame seeds and pour a glass of red wine over it. Let it sit over the night and strain it in the morning through gauze. Drink it throughout the whole day in small sips.
Grind a tablespoon sesame seeds, add 2 tablespoons of water and stir until you get an even mixture. Add a teaspoon of butter and mix well. Put it on a piece of toast and eat it. It helps in the treatment of hemorrhoids.
Cook 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds in a glass of water, let it boil for a few minutes and then strain it. When it cools off, soak a piece of cotton and apply it on the affected areas and burns on the skin, several times a day.
Respiratory Infections and Cough
Pour a cup of boiling water over a teaspoon of sesame. Let it boil for 2 minutes. In the tea you should add a teaspoon of flaxseed and half a teaspoon of salt and a tablespoon of honey, then mix all ingredients well, and cover the mixture. When it cools off, strain it and drink a few sips before sleeping. It is effective in cases of respiratory diseases and chronic cough.