Sesame Seed Oil

Origin :

Middle Eastern, African, and Southeast Asian cuisines

Botanical Name:

Sesamum indicum



Extraction Method:

Cold Pressed

Plant Part:


Colour & Appearance:

Pale Yellow

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Sesame seed oil or gingerly oil is extracted from the seeds of sesame. It is a lesser-known but healthier alternative to vegetable oil. The small yellowish-brown seeds of sesame are found primarily in Africa and the Indian subcontinent. The oil has been a part of the Indian kitchen for many years and is now infiltrating into western culture due to its numerous health benefits.

Extraction of Sesame seed oil

The oil is extracted from the seeds of the Sesamumindicum plant using the cold pressing method. The 100% pure Sesame seed oil of Verdure Biotech is popular across the world and many of the leading brands in the world place regular orders for the oil.

Properties of Sesame seed oil

The color of the Sesame seed oil is golden yellow to yellowish-brown and is insoluble in water. The oil is rich in vitamins like Vitamin E and Vitamin K making it a healthy ingredient of the medical, cosmetic, and culinary industry.

Topical Uses

  • Skin Care
  • Haircare
  • Diabetes
  • Body massage
  • Dry skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Heals
  • Cracked heels
  • Acne

Everyday Uses

  • High Source of Unsaturated Fats
  • Helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Antioxidants to the Rescue
  • Lowers Blood Pressure

Popular Uses & Benefits

  • The Sesame seed oil is used extensively as a cooking oil
  • It is used as a flavor enhancer in Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, South East Asian, and Korean cuisines
  • It is used in sunscreen lotions as it is rich in vitamin E
  • It is used in hair and skin care products

Primary Benefits

  • Great for the Skin
  • Helps Fight Stress and Depression
  • Oil Pulling for Oral Health

How to Apply Sesame Seed Oil

The Sesame Seed essential oil has different uses and the application depends on the usages. Most commonly Lavender oil is used in skincare & in oil burners as a calming fragrance. Dilute the essential oils with a carrier oil for the best results as they are very concentrated. Carrier oil mix well with essential oils and helps take them within the skin.


  • Keep away from children.
  • If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
  • Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

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