Black Cumin Seeds are extracted from the Nigella Sativa Plant. These plants are grown in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa, and South West Asia. It is very high in antioxidants, and provides a wide range of Health Benefits. Black Seeds were also utilized by the Egyptians to cure Inflammatory skin conditions such as rashes, bites as well as digestive problems.
Black Seed Oil has so many Great Benefits if you are looking for Healthy Hair and Skin. Cleopatra, the Egyptian Queen used Black Seed Oil as one of her secret Beauty Treatments to keep her skin youthful.
Another Egyptian Queen, Nefertiti also used Black Seed Oil to keep her Hair Beautiful and Healthy. Black Seeds were even found inside of the Tomb of King Tut! They hold such High Value, King Tut was buried with not only his Gold, and Diamonds, but with Black Seeds as well. Now, Isn't that fascinating?
Health Benefits of Black Seed Oil May Include:
- Weight Loss Management
- Increase Energy
- Respiratory Support
- Immune System Booster
- Lower Risk for Cancer
- Lower Cholesterol
- Lower High Blood pressure
- Lower Blood Sugar Level
- Lower Inflammation in the body.
- Improves Arthritis
- Soothe Aching Joint Pain
- Manage Seasonal Allergies
- Protect Brain health.
- Treat Chronic Dry Skin, and other skin conditions such as eczema, acne, etc.
- Promotes Hair Growth, Healthy Skin and Nails.
What is Thymoquinone?
Thymoquinone (TQ) is the main active compound in Black Seed Oil. Black Seed Oil is particularly abundant in Thymoquinone, which has powerful Antioxidant and has Anti-inflammatory Properties. Research has indicated this substance may safeguard Brain Health and treat several types of Cancers.
How to Storage Black Seed Oil: For optimal Freshness you may store in the fridge or Store in a Dry, Dark, Cool Area. Keep away from Heat and Sunlight.
How to use Black Seed Oil: 1 teaspoon in the morning, just after you wake up, and at night, just before you go to bed.
Black Seed Oil is typically safe to Consume, however Some Side Effects may Include:
When used topically, it may cause a Rash or hives on the skin. Try a small patch test prior to applying Black Seed Oil to your Skin. Using Black Seed Oil with an Sedatives may increase Sleepiness.Monitor your blood sugar, due to Black Seed Oil's ability to lower Blood Sugar. If you suffer from Blood pressure issues, Monitor your blood pressure. Black Seed Oil has the ability to lower Blood Pressure. Black seed Oil might slow blood clotting and increase the risk of bleeding.
If you are taking any Medication such as Bloodpressure, Diabetic, Anticoagulant, Antiplatelet drugs, Sedatives, or Immunosuppresants, pregnant or lactating Consult your healthcare provider before Incorporating Black Seed Oil into your diet.
Certain drugs, herbs, and supplements can have interactions, consult your healthcare provider before consuming this product.
These Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are Not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.