Learn the benefits of sesame
Sesame Seeds Benefits: Mole is also mentioned in ancient texts of India. Sesame contains vitamins, minerals, calcium, iron, magnesium, fiber, copper, zinc and protein …
- January 18, 2021, 10:07 AM IST
You must have heard the saying of ’til ki tad’. Perhaps this saying would have been done in front of the palm due to its small size. But do you know that this mole is very useful. It is eaten in many ways and it has different benefits. So let’s know about sesame…
Actually sesame seeds is a flowering plant. Although according to scientists, it is related to Africa but in India it is being grown for hundreds of years. Even sesame is considered to be the oldest oilseed in the world and evidence of its use has been found 5000 years old.
According to one figure, 6 million tonnes of sesame seeds were produced worldwide in 2018. You will be happy to know that India, Bhutan and Myanmar are its biggest producers. Oil is released from sesame as well as it is eaten all over the world. In many places we eat it with bread and rice, but in India, sesame is used in sweets. No molasses dish is considered complete without sesame in winter. Along with this, sesame laddus and ravadis are also eaten a lot.
You can understand the importance of sesame, that the word ‘oil’ itself is made up of ‘mole’. Mole is also mentioned in ancient texts of India. It is also used in many Hindu rituals. There are two types of black and white sesame seeds found in India.
It is rich in vitamins, minerals, calcium, iron, magnesium, fiber, copper, zinc and protein. It is believed that its effect is hot, so it gives relief in both phlegm and bile. It is considered better for hair.