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Sunday, 2 July 2017

Unlimited Benefits Of Black Seed Oil

Have you heard of Black Seed oil? Do you know of its benefits and uses? We'll be taking a look at some of the benefits of this amazing creation and I bet you will be glad you read this.

Black seeds come from the Nigella Sativa flower, and are grown worldwide today.
It’s origins are from North Africa, Mediterranean/Europe, and Asia, and have since spread far throughout the globe and is regarded as one of the most effective natural remedies.
 The tiny, black, thick shaped cumin seed is most commonly referred to as ‘black seeds’ or ‘black cumin seeds’. They are slightly curved with a rough distinct texture that make them unique and easy to identify.

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Black Seed which is highly sought after for its oil is a  grows to 20–30 cm (7.9–11.8 in) tall, with finely divided, linear (but not thread-like) leaves. The flowers are delicate, and usually colored pale blue and white, with five to ten petals.
Nigella sativa and its seed are variously called black-caraway, black-cumin, fennel-flower, nigella, nutmeg-flower, Roman-coriander, the black caraway fruit is a large and inflated capsule composed of three to seven united follicles, each containing numerous seeds which are used as spice other times, for its Nutritional Benefits.

In this article, we are going to be taking a look at some of those benefits.
 
The seeds of Nigella sativa are used as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. The black seeds taste like a combination of onions, black pepper and oregano. They have a pungent bitter taste and smell.
The dry-roasted nigella seeds flavor curries, vegetables and pulses. It can be used as a "pepper" in recipes with pod fruit, vegetables, salads and poultry. In some cultures, the black seeds are used to flavor bread products. It is also used as part of the spice mixture panch phoron (meaning a mixture of five spices) and by itself in many recipes in Bengali cuisine and most recognizably in naan bread. Nigella is also used in Armenian string cheese, a braided string cheese called majdouleh or majdouli in the Middle East.

Below are some properties of Black Seed Oil:

  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-oxidant
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-cancer
  • Anti-asthmatic
  • Anti-histamine
  • Anti-viral
  • Anti-coagulant
 The 2 most potent chemicals it contains that cause it to be such an effective remedy is thymoquinone and thymohydroquinone. They assist your body’s immune system directly, giving it aid wherever needed.
 Black seed oil has unlimited benefits and uses. Some of its benefits are listed below:

Black Seed Oil Benefits

  • Promotes Heart Health
  • Fights Fungal Infections
  • Reduces Allergies (Sinus Infections)
  • Good for Your Skin
  • Efficient Skin Cancer Treatment (Melanoma)
  • Black Seed Oil for Acne 
  • Infection Killer
  • Boosts Fertility 
  • Good for Your Hair 
  • Reduces Flu’s and Fevers 
  • Cures Boils and Carbuncles
  • Treat Coughs and Asthma 
  • Black Seed Oil for Diarrhea 
  • Reduces High Blood Pressure
  • Treats Toothaches
  •  Kills Leukemia Cells
  •  Inhibits Breast Cancer
  •  Aids in Weight Loss
  •  Prevents Diabetes
  •  Black Seed Oil for Seizures (Epilepsy)
  •  Boosts Immunity
  •  Aids in Breast Feeding and Lactation
  •  Heals Peeling Lips
  •  Comforts Back and Muscle Pain
  •  Cures Rheumatic Pains
  •  Prevents Dandruff
  •  Alleviates Arthritis
  •  Treats Ulcers 
  •  Improves Sperm Count
  •  Repairs Prostate Problems
  •  Prevents Anemia

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In Nigeria, black seed oil isn’t common. But it’s widely used among Muslims as a “Prophetic medicine” for various diseases. This explains why it’s commonly sold by Muslims. If you need the oil in Nigeria, simply ask any of your Muslim friends to help you find and buy it. Better yet, if you can approach shops where Muslim materials are sold, ask if they have “habbatu saudai” oil for sale (“habbatu saudai” is the arabic for “black seed” and is popularly called by that name among Muslims who are familiar with it). You can also find the oil at Muslim events where Islamic materials are exhibited for sale.

It’s easy to see that the number of benefits black seed oil has to offer can overwhelm some while exciting others. While you might think it’s impossible for a natural herb to provide such treatment for so many different diseases, what we do know is that the facts speak for themselves.
The amount of value that’s offered in exchange for almost nothing is what amazes most people.

If you have used this oil and you have suggestions to make, or if you have questions, please drop them in the comment box. Also, please do not forget to hit on the share button.


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