WHAT IS BLACK SEED OIL ?
Recent studies on this incredibly powerful seed oil show it may be helpful in combating super bugs like MRSA or H.pulori and in cancer patients.The plant is technically part of the buttercup family and has small, black, crescent shaped seeds. Historical accounts of Black Seed use dat back as far as the times of King Tut in Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra reportedly used black cumin seed oil for beautiful hair and skin and Hippocrates was fond of using it for digestive troubles. There are no over 600 studies showing the effects of black cumin seed oil and there is promising research on the use of black cumin seed oil for dealing with autoimmune disease (which is why I’ve been experimenting with it). Its active compounds, crystalline nigellone and Thymoquinone, are the most studied, but it also contains: myristic acid, palmitic acid, steaeric acid, palmitoleic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidonic acid, proteins and vitamins B1, B2, B3, calcium, folate, iron, copper, zinc and phosphorous.
Uses & Benefits Asthma & Allergies Multiple studies have found that black seed oil has anti-asthmatic effects and depending on the cause of asthma, it was sometimes more effective than conventional treatment. The same properties make it beneficial for relieving allergies for many people.
Eczema and Psoriasis Black seed oil is also used for skin problems like eczema and psoriasis. It helps sooth inflammation and improve the speed and which skin heals.
Digestion Nigella Sativa seeds are carminative, meaning they aid in digestion and may decrease gas, bloating an stomach pain. Black seed oil is often sometimes used in remedies for intestinal parasites. In preliminary studies, it was also shown to inhibit the growth of colon cancer cells with no negative side effects.
Candida and Fungus Black seed oil was also shown to be helpful in
battling candid and fungal infections in the digestive system and on the skin
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