Sesamum Indicum , in Herbal Medicine


One-year-old upright plant up to 2 meters in height, with lanceolate leaves, light purple flowers and narrow seed capsules.


  1. oil,
  2. trace elements
  3. proteins.

Rich in nutrients as well as therapeutic, it can be used in digestive problems such as:

constipation helping to lubricate the gut.

It increases milk production in nursing mothers, while the oil is beneficial for skin problems, such as eczema and redness. It is believed that it can lower blood sugar levels.

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