Integral sesame

It contains 43% polyunsaturated fatty acids, 43% monounsaturated fatty acids and 12% saturated fats. It is rich in proteins and contains essential amino acids, especially methionine. The seeds contain a special ingredient known as sesamin, which reduces cholesterol levels in the blood and, in turn, the absorption of the intestines and helps digestion. The sesame contains vitamin E as well, which is one of the most powerful antioxidants. It is rich in magnesium, zinc, potassium and iron (compared to meat, the concentration of potassium is 20 times greater, while iron concentration 3 times). It is considered to be healing food that slows down the aging process.

Use: Sesame seeds can be consumed when added to salads, boiled vegetables, corn flakes, baked goods, bread, cookies thus improving taste and aroma. In order to use up all the nutrients present in the sesame, it should be crushed and ground before consummation. Otherwise, the sesame seed would pass the digestive tract unused. Those who have a sweet tooth can even prepare milk as a great substitute for cow’s milk in the following way: 1 cup of sesame seeds is whisked with a little water. Then, add gradually up to 800 ml of water. You can add vanilla according to your taste and use honey or maltex as a sweetener.


Sesame is one of the first oleiferous plants cultivated by people. It characterizes with the richest content of oil among all oleiferous plants. Depending on the breed and cultivation, it can contain 52-63% oil, 19-23% protein and 15-18% carbohydrates.

The sesame oil is produced by cold pressing, and, with its quality, it comes close second to the olive oil. It is transparent with a light yellow color and pleasant taste. Its greatest feature is the ability to be left without becoming rancid. In the traditional medicine, it is used as a cure for constipation (hard stool) and excessive body fluids. It is consumed on an empty stomach; 1-2 spoons of oil with ¼ teaspoon of ginger in powder and one teaspoon of tamari soy sauce.

In India, the sesame oil is used for treating wounds, and since recently it has been known as dietary food for those suffering from stomach acid. It is also used for massaging the scalp in order to avoid hair loss. You can even make warm drops for ejecting earwax with the unrefined oil. Mothers or nursing mothers who have problems with cracked and sore nipples can use the oil as ointment once having rubbed them with cold salty water.

In the everyday diet, sesame is used as supplement to salads, corn flakes or baked goods thus improving their taste and smell.

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Item No.1600006 - Integral sesame seed 100g

Nutrition Information 100 g/г
Energy 2353kJ
Fat 47.6g
of which saturates 7g
Monounsaturated 18.8g
Polyunsaturated 21.8g
Carbohydrates 11.6g
of which sugars 0.3g
Fiber 11.3g
Proteins 17.7g
Sodium 11mg
Calcium 975mg(122%)
Magnesium 351mg(117%)
Phosporous 629mg(78.6%)
Iron 14.5mg(104%)
Zink 7.8mg(52%)
Vitamin B1 1mg(71%)