(This aids one in their health goals. It is not a cure)
Nigella sativa is a small flower bush with purple or white-tinged flowers that grow in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and west Asia & produces fruits that have tiny black seeds. These black seeds have been used in remedies for thousands of years.
Archaeologists found black seeds in King Tut’s tomb, emphasizing their importance in history for healing and protection. They’re also used in cooking breads, curries, and pickles. When eaten, the seeds have a bitter flavor that’s often compared to cumin or oregano.
Some additional names for black seed oil:
- black caraway
- black cumin
- black onion seed
- Black seed oil has been shown to have antioxidant properties. These can help relieve inflammation inside the body and on the skin. Reducing high blood pressure: Taking black cumin seed extract for two months has been shown to reduce high blood pressure in people whose blood pressure is mildly elevated.Reducing high cholesterol: Taking black seed oil has been shown to reduce high cholesterol. It’s high in healthy fatty acids that can help you maintain healthier cholesterol levels. Examples of these fatty acids include linoleic acids and oleic acid. The levels of the oils can vary depending on where the black seeds are grown. People may also see results when consuming the crushed seeds.Improving rheumatoid arthritis symptoms: Taking oral black seed oil may help to reduce inflammatory rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.Decreasing asthma symptoms: The anti-inflammatory effects of black seed oil may extend to improving asthma symptoms. Its effect in reducing inflammation in the airways may also help with bronchitis symptoms.Reducing stomach upset: Eating black seeds or taking black seed oil is associated with relieving stomach pain and cramps. The oil can help to reduce gas, stomach bloating, and the incidence of ulcers as well.Black seed oil is also thought to have anticancer properties. It may help fight against skin cancers, joint pain, arthritis, when applied topically.
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