Medicinal Spices and Vegetables From Africa 2017
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“…One of the most ancient annual oilseed crops cultivated in tropical and temperate regions is Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) (Amoo et al, 2017). It is a self-pollinated diploid plant (2n = 26) with oil-rich seeds (50-60%) and antioxidants .…”
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“…One of the most ancient annual oilseed crops cultivated in tropical and temperate regions is Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) (Amoo et al, 2017). It is a self-pollinated diploid plant (2n = 26) with oil-rich seeds (50-60%) and antioxidants .…”
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“…More recently, experimental studies provide preliminary evidence of sesame's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its potential benefits toward atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, microbial infections, pain, and wound healing. Furthermore, sesame lignans are marketed in supplemental form for their antioxidant, nutritional, and other purported health benefits 2,3,5,6,9,12,19–22 . The current narrative summarizes human studies evaluating sesame seeds, oil, and extracts for alleviating the signs and symptoms of diverse human disorders, and provides suggestions for future research.…”
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