Oilseeds

Black Sesame Seeds

Black Sesame

Red Sesame

Red Sesame

Flax Seeds

Flax Seed

Yellow Mustard

Yellow Mustard

Black Mustard

Black Mustard

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Black Sesame

 

About the Product:

Black Sesame seeds, also known as kala til, is one of oldest condiments known to man. They are highly valued for their oil. It may be a small seed but no doubt a very powerful one, used for many health-promoting and anti-ageing benefits.

Health Benefit:

  • Anti ageing properties
  • Decreases the risk of cancer
  • Relief of constipation and indigestion

Nutritional Benefits:

  • Good source of energy
  • Contains fiber, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and healthy fats like polyunsaturated fatty acids and Omega-6.

Red Sesame Seeds

 

About the Product:

Red sesame seeds are tiny, flat oval seeds with a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible crunch.

 

Usage of Product:

For making oil

Health Benefit:

Red sesame paste is a good source of essential fatty acids (EFA), these EFA's are used in helping to maintain healthy skin.

Nutritional Benefits:

Extremely rich in calcium and are useful in calcium deficiency.

Flax Seed

 

About the Product:

Flaxseed is rich in antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin B, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, Iron, potassium, copper and zinc. Flax seeds promote digestive and cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of oxidative stress.

Yellow Mustard

 

About the Product:

Yellow mustard is mainly used for producing mustard oil. These seeds have a higher oil % compared to black mustard. The seeds are antibacterial and antiseptic in nature. It helps in improving ones metabolism and digestion. In indian cuisine, it is used for cooking vegetables and curries. They are a rich source of calcium, manganese, zinc, protein, omega 3 fatty acids and dietary fiber.

Black Mustard

 

About the Product:

Small mustard seeds possess numerous benefits. The seeds are antibacterial and antiseptic in nature. It helps in improving ones metabolism and digestion. In indian cuisine, it is used in vegetables and curries to give tarka (tempering). They have also found their way as an ingredient in mayonnaise and sauces. It also helps in boosting ones appetite. They are a rich source of calcium, manganese, zinc, protein, omega 3 fatty acids and dietary fiber.