Black Cumin Seed Oil

  • A powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine that is packed with valuable components of vitamins A,B and C, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc and trace elements providing the necessary nutritive factors for skin recovery and repair.

    Black seed oil also has a number of useful benefits, which make it a fantastic natural option for treating diseases of the skin such as psoriasis, eczema, fungal infections including athletes foot, ringworm, nail infections, jock itch, staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), allergies and candida. Black Cumin Seed Oil has three key natural chemicals, thymoquinone (TQ), thymohydroquinone (THQ) and thymol which may assist to prevent and treat cancer.

  • Black Cumin Seed 100% Pure Oil (Nigella Sativa)
  • Nigella sativa is an aromatic, annual herb (lives for one year). It belongs to the family Ranunculaceae and is commonly known as Black Cumin, Fennel flower, Nutmeg flower, Roman Coriander and Hab El Baraka (Arabic). The seed is used as a spice and has a pungent, bitter taste and smell. It is used primarily in confectionary and liquors, baking of ‘Naan’ bread and the making of Armenian String Cheese (Jibna Madafara).

    Black Cumin is reported in the Bible in the Book of Isaiah the prophet (28: 25-27) in the reaping of wheat, and Nigella black seed to flavour food. Black Cumin seed contains both fixed and essential oils. ‘Thymoquinone’ is the major component of the essential oils extracted from the seeds and comprises 28-57% of the total seeds essential oil. Other components in the oil include ‘Melanthin’, and ‘Nigelline’ are also found in the oil extract. In addition, a rich variety of Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, Niacin and Folacin are also found in the seed oil.

    More importantly, medicinally ‘Thymoquinone’ manifested anti-neoplastic properties in cultured human cells and is used in the treatment of several types of cancer, including pancreatic ‘ductal-adenocarcinoma’. In addition to promoting cell death of cancer cells, ‘Thymoquinone’ has protective anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Green seeds wrapped in bundles and rubbed until warm is known to emit an aroma which opens clogged sinuses, the way eucalypt does. Commercially, Nestle’ uses Black Cumin as a food allergy treatment. Apparently, ‘Thymoquinone’ compound extracted from the seed, interacts with the opioid receptors in the body and helps reduce allergic reactions to food.

    This oil is rich in plant acids, fatty acids and amino acids that help maintain the skin’s lipid barrier and prevent drying of skin whilst restoring skin. Rich in antioxidants, black seed oil is a perfect ingredient to fight off free radicals that notoriously damage skin and hair cells through oxidation. Black seed oil treats skin diseases due to its antihistamine properties that help reduce the negative symptoms of allergy suffers. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties help calm skin inflammation and protect skin cells from free radical damage.

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