Sesame seeds

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Sesame seeds contain a number of unique compounds that make it highly effective in reducing inflammation and irritation. Sesamolin, an antioxidant components of sesame seeds, has been linked to lowering blood pressure and increasing vascular health, while the high copper content found in sesame seeds has well known anti-inflammatory properties. It also improves circulation, which can help promote healing and repair of damaged tissues. Boil the seeds and then grind them into a paste. You can eat that paste with some honey or butter every day for relief.

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