SUSAM AS A CURE
This herb has many medicinal properties. The seeds contain about 50-60 percent of the oil, copper and calcium oligoelements, in smaller doses of manganese, iron, vitamins E and B1, as well as vegetable resins and bitter substances that give a distinctive aroma to this spice. For the care of hair, prevention of dandruff and hair loss, an infusion of sesame seeds is used to rinse the hair after washing, and the leaves and root of this plant are used for this purpose. For those who do not have enough calcium in their bodies, sesame is the food of choice. It is enough to dip one tablespoon of this seed into 0.5 deciliters of yogurt and allow it to stand overnight. Eat on an empty stomach in the morning. Repeat the process continuously.
Mix two tablespoons of sesame oil with 10 drops of pine and eucalyptus essential oil. Heat and stir well to dissolve ingredients. Soak a cloth with this oil and screw it on your head. Stand still for 30 minutes.
AGAINST THE OPSTIPATION
Mix a teaspoon of pumpkin seeds ground into powder and 3 teaspoons of lukewarm sesame oil. Stir until ingredients are combined. Consume immediately on an empty stomach, a maximum of 2 times a day, because the preparation has a very strong laxative effect.
Mix sesame and poppy seeds in the same quantities, add a small amount of nettle seeds, onions and carrots, and a spoonful of sugar. Grind the ingredients into a powder and stir. Dissolve a teaspoon of the mixture in a glass of wine and drink slowly.
FOR BLOOD VESSELS
Pour over a teaspoon of sesame seeds and pour over a glass of red wine. Allow it to stand overnight and proceed through the gauze in the morning. Drink all day long, in small sips.
Grind a tablespoon of sesame seeds, add 2 tablespoons of water, stir until a paste forms. Add a teaspoon of butter and whisk well. Spread on a piece of toast and eat. Helps cure hemorrhoids.
Boil 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds in a glass of water, allow to boil for a few minutes, process. When cool, soak cotton wool and go through inflammatory changes and skin burns several times a day.
RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS AND Cough
With a glass of boiling water, pour a teaspoon of sesame seeds. Leave to boil for 2 minutes. Add a teaspoon of flaxseed, half a teaspoon of salt and a tablespoon of honey to the tea, mix well, cover. When cool, proceed, take a few sips before bed. Effective in case of respiratory diseases and chronic cough.