Black Sesame Seed or Sesamum indicum L, benefits and applications...


Applications and Properties:


 Beneficial Nutrition:good source of copper, manganese, calcium, tryptophan,
magnesium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin B1 (thiamin), dietary fiber.
a quarter-cup of sesame seeds supplies 74.0% of the daily value for copper, 31.6% of the DV for magnesium, and 35.1% of the DV for calcium.extremely rich in calcium, containing 85 milligrams per gram of seeds. It is also high in protein, phosphorous, iron and magnesium. This rich assortment of minerals translates into the following health benefits:
 Black Sesame Sesamum Indicum Plant in Field Relief for Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Supports Vascular and Respiratory Health.
Calcium Helps Prevent Colon Cancer, Osteoporosis,migraine headaches and PMS.
Zinc for Bone Health and prevent osteoporosis.
Phytosterols Lower Cholesterol.
General weakness and infirmity: a combination detailed in literature.
Dizziness due to deficient liver and kidney, and premature white hair:a combination detailed in literature.
Chronic rhinitis (inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose) with running nose.
Poor eye-sight and early greying of hair due to insufficiency of liver and kidney blood.
Antioxidant.Baldness or Hairloss.Longevity.
Intestines and move the bowels.
Promoting lactation and Boost Breast size.
Tonify liver and replenish kidney,
Benefit essence and blood,
Moistening dryness,relaxing bowel.


 Black Sesame Seed  Sesamum Indicum Modern herbalists found various useful properties of the herb Black Sesame(Hei Zhi Ma), some of them are known including:Hypoglycemic Effect, Adrenalotropic Effect, Anti-inflammatory effect, Lapactic effect, Cardiovascular effect, Antioxidant, etc.

 Common herbal classics noted the herb Black Sesame(Hei Zhi Ma) taste sweet, neutral in nature. Enter into the liver, spleen, kidney meridians.

Safety and Toxicity:

 Black Sesame Seed  Sesamum Indicum Safety: Sesame seeds are not a commonly allergenic food and are not known to contain measurable amounts of goitrogen or purines. However, the hulls of sesame seeds do contain oxalates. In fact, most of the calcium found in the seed hull comes in the form of calcium oxalate. The sesame seed paste (tahini) found in grocery stores is most often made with seed kernels: the part of the sesame seed that remains after the hull has been removed. These products would generally be safe in moderate amounts on an oxalate-restricted diet. However, products containing the seed hulls might have more oxalates than desired on a low oxalate meal plan. Product labels do not always indicate whether the hulls have been removed or not. For this reason, check the color of the tahini carefully and also inquire as to its taste. Most sesame seed butter made from whole, non-hulled seeds are fairly dark in color and have a much more bitter taste than butter made from hulled sesame kernels.

 Toxicity: No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.


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