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With its rich and creamy aromatic flavor, Foods Alive's Black Sesame Oil is sure to delight your senses and nourish your body, mind, and spirit. Black Sesame Oil has one of the richest antioxidant contents among plant oils and has been used in the ancient Indian Ayurvedic tradition for thousands of years for health treatments of the body, oil pulling, and therapeutic massage. Black Sesame Oil is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and also anti-inflammatory. Always remember... Foods Alive's artisan cold-pressed oils are crafted in small batches at a very low temperature on our own equipment. Why do we have the best-tasting oils? Simple, we receive samples of certified organic seed from several farmers press each sample into oil. Then we taste each sample to find the freshest and best-tasting one. This extra attention to detail allows us to maintain the superior quality you have come to expect from Foods Alive. Be creative and enjoy! Black Sesame Oil has a rich & creamy flavor that is perfect for soups, salads, rice dishes, or pasta salads! Did we mention that it's an easy way to add omegas to your diet?! This is also great for oil pulling which clean out toxins from your mouth. Shelf Life is 14 Months (refrigerated) Store in refrigerator upon receipt For clearer oil, do not shake Freezing extends shelf life Not for use as a cooking oil Important Notes & FAQs Does Black Sesame Oil need to be shipped refrigerated? Does the shipping time affect the oils? Very high heat (over 300 degrees) or prolonged heat over a very long time can degrade the Omega-3 oils. However, the relatively short shipment times and variable seasonal temperatures encountered during shipment have been found to be irrelevant when tested. Even shipments arriving during the summer heat waves can be guaranteed as being potent and unharmed. Is Black Sesame Oil the same as black seed oil? No, it is not.
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