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ORGANIC Sesame oil (not ripened) cold pressed 5 litre

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ORGANIC Sesame oil (not ripened) cold pressed 5 litre

Enhance the benefits of your Ayurvedic daily massage with our specially ripened sesame oilPure Organic Sesame Oil


For Daily or Regular Massage


Ayurveda sees self-administered oil massage as one of the best health habits you can adopt. It nourishes and protects your body and balances all three doshas (controlling elements of the body). Cold-press organic sesame oil (til oil) is considered the best oil to use. Our sesame oil should be ripened to a specific temperature to ensure that it has maximum penetrating properties. Daily massage with sesame oil can help extend your performance, overall well-being and longevity. It lubricates and tones the skin, muscles and joints, improves circulation, helps the elimination of toxins from the blood, elevates energy levels, helps calm the mind and nerves, and sharpen the mind.

Benefits of Massage


Sesame oil, called "til" oil in Sanskrit, has reportedly been known since Vedic times. The ancient ayurvedic scholar Charaka, in his well-known treatise on ayurveda, claims that it is the best of all oils.

Sesame oil is the traditional oil of choice for abhyanga, the daily ayurvedic self-massage. It is rich in linoleic acid, and has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Sesame oil is especially useful for pacifying Vata. It is very nourishing, and prevents the skin from getting excessively dry.

Sesame oil massaged into the scalp once a week is an excellent way to nourish the scalp and restore the natural balance and luster of hair. Sesame oil can be a very versatile ally in your efforts toward better health.

Here are three ways to use it:

  • Try sniffing it (nasya) to lubricate and protect your nose and sinuses, which are the ventilation systems for your brain. The oil helps clear mucus out of the sinuses. Just dip your little finger in the sesame oil you use for your massage and rub the oil inside of each nostril. Then pinch and release your nostrils rapidly while inhaling sharply.
  • Gargle with it for two minutes. It's not as bad as it sounds! Swish a mouthful of it, then spit it into the toilet and rinse your mouth out with warm water. It feels great, draws out mucus and has been shown to reduce gum disease and tartar build-up.
  • Best of all, massage it all over your body to release skin impurities, then bathe or shower with warm water. If you have time, a warm tub bath increases circulation and is a means of further purification.

Read our guide on how to do Ayurvedic massage

Ayurvedic MassageAyurvedic Massage Oils


Regular oil massage is seen by Ayurveda as one of the pillars that help maintain good health. Ayurveda sees our skin as a major body organ. Although it acts as a barrier and a protective layer for our internal organs, it is also porous and we absorb many things though the skin, including toxins. Oil massage not only soothes the whole nervous system, it nourishes the body and strengthens blood circulation. It also aids in the elimination of environmental toxins and also metabolic waste that our body creates during the digestive process. With regular massage, the skin becomes silky soft, smooth, radiant and it maintains a youthful elasticity.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this document is presented for the sole purpose of imparting education on Maharishi AyurVeda and neither the information nor the products are intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, or are pregnant or lactating, please consult a health professional and it is recommended that you speak with your physician before making significant changes to your diet or routine.


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ORGANIC Sesame oil (not ripened) cold pressed 5 litre

Unit: 5 lt
SKU: 14018

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Maharishi AyurVedaOrganic Cold Pressed Sesame Oil (Not Ripened)


Nourishes and Protects your Body

Sesame oil (til oil) is the preferred oil for massage in Ayurveda due to its being most easily absorbed of all plant oils and for the number of health benefits it gives. Not ripened. Ripening is a process of heating the oil to 100 degrees Celsius that makes the oil more easily absorbed and enhances its benefits.

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5 litres in metal container.

ORGANIC Sesame oil (not ripened) cold pressed 5 Litre

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14018

NOT RIPENED

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  • Organic Sesame Oil

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Can trigger allergic reactions in some people.

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Quantity 5 lt
Ean code 5025868140182
Benefits

Enhance the benefits of your Ayurvedic daily massage with our specially ripened sesame oilPure Organic Sesame Oil


For Daily or Regular Massage


Ayurveda sees self-administered oil massage as one of the best health habits you can adopt. It nourishes and protects your body and balances all three doshas (controlling elements of the body). Cold-press organic sesame oil (til oil) is considered the best oil to use. Our sesame oil should be ripened to a specific temperature to ensure that it has maximum penetrating properties. Daily massage with sesame oil can help extend your performance, overall well-being and longevity. It lubricates and tones the skin, muscles and joints, improves circulation, helps the elimination of toxins from the blood, elevates energy levels, helps calm the mind and nerves, and sharpen the mind.

Benefits of Massage


Sesame oil, called "til" oil in Sanskrit, has reportedly been known since Vedic times. The ancient ayurvedic scholar Charaka, in his well-known treatise on ayurveda, claims that it is the best of all oils.

Sesame oil is the traditional oil of choice for abhyanga, the daily ayurvedic self-massage. It is rich in linoleic acid, and has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Sesame oil is especially useful for pacifying Vata. It is very nourishing, and prevents the skin from getting excessively dry.

Sesame oil massaged into the scalp once a week is an excellent way to nourish the scalp and restore the natural balance and luster of hair. Sesame oil can be a very versatile ally in your efforts toward better health.

Here are three ways to use it:

  • Try sniffing it (nasya) to lubricate and protect your nose and sinuses, which are the ventilation systems for your brain. The oil helps clear mucus out of the sinuses. Just dip your little finger in the sesame oil you use for your massage and rub the oil inside of each nostril. Then pinch and release your nostrils rapidly while inhaling sharply.
  • Gargle with it for two minutes. It's not as bad as it sounds! Swish a mouthful of it, then spit it into the toilet and rinse your mouth out with warm water. It feels great, draws out mucus and has been shown to reduce gum disease and tartar build-up.
  • Best of all, massage it all over your body to release skin impurities, then bathe or shower with warm water. If you have time, a warm tub bath increases circulation and is a means of further purification.

Read our guide on how to do Ayurvedic massage

Ayurvedic MassageAyurvedic Massage Oils


Regular oil massage is seen by Ayurveda as one of the pillars that help maintain good health. Ayurveda sees our skin as a major body organ. Although it acts as a barrier and a protective layer for our internal organs, it is also porous and we absorb many things though the skin, including toxins. Oil massage not only soothes the whole nervous system, it nourishes the body and strengthens blood circulation. It also aids in the elimination of environmental toxins and also metabolic waste that our body creates during the digestive process. With regular massage, the skin becomes silky soft, smooth, radiant and it maintains a youthful elasticity.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this document is presented for the sole purpose of imparting education on Maharishi AyurVeda and neither the information nor the products are intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, or are pregnant or lactating, please consult a health professional and it is recommended that you speak with your physician before making significant changes to your diet or routine.

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