This oil rich Sesame Seed, is in its natural form with the skin on the small, thin, tear-shaped tan seeds with a pleasing nutty, slightly sweet flavor & aroma, that’s intensified by toasting.
Almond, beef, bok choy, broccoli, butter, caramel, cheese, chicken, cilantro, corn, duck, honey, lamb, lemon, miso, olive oil, orange, rice, scallion, shrimp, tofu, watercress.
Natural sesame seeds are largely served in bakery products such as breads, bread sticks, cookies, candies, pasta, vegetables & curry dishes.The natural sesame seed is used whole in cooking for its rich nutty flavor. Sprinkle toasted or untoasted sesame seeds over vegetables, noodles, eggplant dishes, stir fries, bread doughs and cookies before baking, and over fruit and nut confections. You can also coat confections, or bread sticks by rolling them in toasted sesame seeds before baking.
. Herbal Benefits:
(HERBAL STATEMENT & USES NOT EVALUATED BY FDA)
Sesame seeds contain about 88 mg of calcium per tablespoon of seeds. Just a quarter cup of natural sesame seeds provides more calcium than a whole cup of milk. Sesame seeds help in digestion, stimulate blood circulation and benefit the nervous system, best source of iron and zinc, help relieve constipation. Cleanses the liver, the kidneys and the urinary system.
How much natural sesame seed should be taken
The typical dosage of black sesame seeds is 9-30 grams per day, ground into a powder and taken alone or in combination with other herbs.