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Black seed oil Described in an ancient text as “a cure for every disease except death,”
Black cumin seed oil has been used for health, wellness, and culinary use for thousands of years and comes from a plant with the botanical name Nigella sativa. The plant is sometimes called black caraway or fennel flower but is totally different plant from the cumin that you normally cook with. That kind of cumin comes from Cuminum cyminum and is more closely related to parsley. The seeds are a traditional Middle Eastern spice used in pastries, dairy products, salads, and other foods. That is why you will often see it referred to as cumin, fennel, and caraway. The oil has been applied topically and taken internally for virtually any ailment, from bruises, bad hair, colds, and snake bites to headaches, indigestion, and a variety of skin conditions, including leprosy.
Nearly a thousand scientific articles have been published on Black Seed Oil documenting its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anticancer, and immune-enhancing properties.
Black seed oil contains more than 100 components, some of which are still unstudied. The seed contains the following fatty acids: Myristic (0.5%), Palmitic (13.7%), Palmitoleic (0.1%), Stearic (2.6%), Oleic (23.7%), Linoleic [Omega – 6] (57.9%), Linoleic [Omega – 3] (0.2%), Arachidic (1.3%) – and the following nutrients: protein, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, phosphorus, thiamin, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, folacin. The chief active ingredient in the oil is thymoquinone, a substance that has demonstrated anticancer effects in lab and animal studies.
10 Benefits of Black Seed Oil:
1. Fights Bacterial Infections Black seed oil has an unusual ability to fight bacterial infections including drug-resistant infections. According to some studies "many times we can get by using natural things that have antimicrobial benefits.” Because of the types of compounds that promote
2. Reducing Scars To prevent scarring from a minor cut apply black seed oil topically once the cut has started to heal.
3. Relieving Allergies In studies of 152 people suffering from various allergies, black seed oil relieved both respiratory symptoms and eczema.
4. Enhancing Weight Loss A study of 90 obese women found that adding black seed oil to a low-calorie diet produced more weight loss than the diet alone. And a study of 250 men found that black seed oil by itself, or in combination with turmeric, produced some weight loss and reduced risk factors for diabetes.
5. Relieving inflammation Inflammation is the body’s healthy and appropriate defense against threats such as infection, trauma and malignant cells. But when inflammation becomes chronic and systemic, it can damage cells, cause mutations that lead to malignant cellular changes, which accounts for close to a quarter of all cancers. Black cumin seed oil contains powerful phytochemicals that inhibit the production and activity of inflammatory factors such as prostaglandins, cytokines and interleukins. Black cumin seed oil boosts the infection and cancer fighting properties of the immune system cells the body needs to defend against pathogens and cancers.
6. Reducing Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Taking 500 mg of black seed oil in capsules, twice per day, reduced swollen joints and morning stiffness in a study of 40 women suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. The disease is an autoimmune reaction, and the oil helps modulate the immune system.
7. Relieving Indigestion and Heartburn Black seed oil can relieve dyspepsia, a combination of symptoms that can include indigestion and/or heartburn. A study of 70 people suffering from the condition found that 5 milliliters of the oil daily brought relief and reduced infection from H. pylori, a bacterium that can lead to ulcers.
8. Improving Memory A study of 20 healthy volunteers found that taking black seed oil daily improved memory and attention. The dose was 500 mg, twice daily. Researchers concluded that it should be studied for its potential to prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
9. Enhancing Men’s Fertility Black seed oil is a traditional treatment for male infertility and a study found that it is, indeed, effective. In a group of 64 men with fertility problems, the oil significantly improved sperm count and other fertility markers.
10. Lowering Cholesterol Black seed oil lowered cholesterol in a study of 88 adults with levels above 200 mg/dl, with total cholesterol dropping by an average of 4.78 percent, LDL (“bad”) cholesterol by 7.6 percent, and triglycerides by 16.65 percent. The dose was 2 grams daily. How to Choose and Use Black Seed Oil
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May 23, 2018 by chumpsey9
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May 14, 2018 by Beth
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