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Black Seed Virgin ORGANIC



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30 ml $7.00
62 ml $12.00
125 ml $20.00
250 ml $40.00
500 ml $75.00
1 Liter $120.00


Botanical Name: Nigella sativa (INDIA)
Product Code: CO-091
Plant Part: Nigella sativa (INDIA)
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Nigella sativa is one the most revered medicinal seeds in history. The best seeds come from Egypt where they grow under almost perfect conditions in oases where they are watered until the seed pods form. Black cumin seeds were found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Though black cumin seeds are mentioned in the Bible as well as in the words of the Prophet Mohammed, they were not carefully researched until about forty years ago. Since this time, more than 200 studies have been conducted in universities.
 
Common Uses:
Studies have shown that black seed oil is an effective anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory remedy. As a result, it is often used to fight infections and strengthen the immune system, which is suitable for treating the following conditions:-  headaches, toothaches,   nasal congestion, colds and flus, digestive and gastrointestinal problems, hair and skin problems, allergies, diabetes Black seed oil has also been found to be effective at promoting menstruation and increasing milk production. For most ailments, the recommended daily dosage is one teaspoon of black seed oil per day. The oil can be mixed in warm or cold drinks, or it can be added on top of many foods right before consuming. It can also be used topically as a chest rub for respiratory problems.
 
History:
Its botanical name Cymbopogon comes from the Greek kumbe meaning 'boat' and pogon meaning 'beard', which alludes to the shape of its flower. It has been used by the indigenous people of South Africa as a remedy for injured feet, and is thought to have been used as an oil in their holy rites.