Black Seed Oil - Black Cumin

(Nigella sativa)
  
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Black Seed Oil - Nigellia sative known as Black Cumin
100% PURE - Cold Pressed, undiluted


Usage: Internally - 3 to 5 drops into tablespoon of honey, maple syrup or 1/2 glass of warm water 3 times daily.

Externally - few drops mixed with ex. sweet almond oil, or apricot kernel oil - rubbed directly on skin disorders, or 3-5 drops diluted in a bit of warm water for gargle
.

Popular usage in case of:
Cough,
Asthma,
Inflammation of Nose Throat & Tonsillitis,
Loss of Hair,
Premature Graying,
Fungus
Black seed proves to have
an anti-histamine,
anti-oxidant,
anti-biotic,
anti-mycotic
broncho-dilating effect.
~ Study of Black seed oil on humans, American Scientists
.

Published Scientific Reports confirm that Black Seed has an astounding array of health benefits:

Increases immune function.
~ U.S. Patents Sections, Antiviral Agents Bulletin #5,482,711

Black seed stimulates bone marrow and immune cells and raises the interferon production, protects normal cells against cell destroying effects of viruses, destroys tumor cells and raises the number of anti-bodies producing B cells.
~ Cancer Immuno-biology Laboratory ,South Carolina

Black seed contains valuable unsaturated fatty acids, for example Linoleic and Gammalinolen acids get into the organism. By that it possible to reach a synthesis of important immune regulating substances derived as from Prostaglandin E1. Linoleic acid stabilizes the cell membranes and Prostaglandin has the effect of inhibiting inflammation. By that the immune reactions are stopped which cause the illnesses and which otherwise could be the start of many chronic illnesses like acne and hayfever right up to cancer.
~ Dr. Peter Schleicher Immunologist, Munich, Germany

Black Seed Oil protects the body from dangerous free radicals like superoxide.
Egyptians have been using Black Seed Oil as a cure-all for any kind of disease and problem. The bottle of this oil was even found in the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun (1334-1325BC). Alī Sīnā Balkhi (Avicenna) (980-1037AD) the Persian-born Islamic philosopher and physician who wrote the great medical treatise The Canon of Medicine, a standard medieval medical text,
referred to the black seed as the seed that stimulates the body's energy and helps recovery from fatigue.

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