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Sesame indicum, the cultivated type, originated in India Records from Babylon and Assyria, dating about 4000 years ago, mention sesame.

Egyptians called it sesemt, and it is included in the list of medicinal drugs in the scrolls of the Ebers Papyrus dated to be over 3600 years old.

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Archeological reports from Turkey indicate that sesame was grown and pressed to extract oil at least 2750 years ago in the empire of Urartu.

The historic origin of sesame was favored by its ability to grow in areas that do not support the growth of other crops.

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