Foods Alive Cold-pressed black sesame oil(น้ํามันงาดําสกัดเย็น which is the term in Thai )contains the ones you need. With its rich and creamy aromatic flavor, Foods Alive black sesame(เซซามิน which is the term in Thai ) delights your senses and nourishes your body, mind and spirit. Black sesame oil has one of the richest antioxidant profiles among vegetable oils. For thousands of years, it has been used in the ancient Ayurvedic traditions of India for body health conditions, oil extraction and therapeutic massage. Black sesame oil is antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory. Foods Alive black sesame oil is handmade in small batches and at a very low temperature of 108 degrees (cold pressed), to help preserve the flavor and benefits of the oil. Rich and creamy aromatic flavor.
What is flaxseed? What health benefits does it provide?
Flax is an ancient crop. Originally from Eurasia, its first registered use comes from Babylon around 3000 Christ, it was grown as food and used to make a cloth for clothes. (the clothes come from linen). Hippocrates, the ancient Greek doctor often called the father of medicine, wrote about the use of flaxseed to relieve abdominal pain. Charlemagne, considered one of the greatest of all medieval kings, was considered such a healthy linen that passed laws that required its consumption. Nutrition researchers have identified several substances in flaxseed that appear to have health benefits: Lignans, fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.
Are Foods Alive products considered raw foods?
This depends on your definition of crude, but the short answer is yes. They also like to use the term live food, since all their flax cookies are soaked (which starts the process of seed life) and then dehydrated at a very low temperature to preserve the live enzymes in flaxseed. You can take one of their cookies, break it and put it in some soil, water it and watch it grow.