Black Seed Oil Benefits

Black Seed Oil Benefits

Also known as Black Cumin Seed oil (Nigella Sativa), Black Seed Oil has numerous benefits. It is one of several natural remedies / oils that date back to ancient times. The earliest known use of Black Seed Oil dates back to Ancient Egypt. The benefits of this oil are plenteous and nothing to scoff at.  

With so many diseases and illnesses occurring now than we’ve seen in the past, many people are seeking alternative medicines to prevent diseases. Instead of turning to traditional medicine that often   come with additional side effects and many times treats the symptoms. People are seeking natural alternatives that can provide the same benefits but by treating the root of the problem. There are so many wonderful natural remedies and medicines, but Black Seed Oil is one that you want to add to your natural medicinal arsenal. Here are just a few reasons why Black Seed Oil should be added.

Candida, Fungus and Internal Parasites

Nigella Sativa seeds are carminative. So basically it is great for digestion issues, will decrease gas, bloating and stomach pain. Black seed oil is also shown to be helpful in eliminating candida and fungal infections in the digestive track and on the skin. In addition to being shown to inhibit the further growth of colon cancer cells.

Cancer

Cancer has become this terrorist that invades families, the people we love and has no end to its destruction. However, Black Seed oil may be able to aid in prevention and healing. Thymoquinone(TQ) is a compound in black seed oil that helps induce cellular death in leukemia cells, breast cancer cells, brain tumor cells, pancreatic cancer, cervical cancer, and even oral cancer cells and bacteria.

Immune & Heart Health

Nigella Sativa contains antioxidants, b-vitamins and significantly supports the immune system. However, it acts differently than herbs like elderberry or echinacea that require caution for those with an autoimmune disease. Black seeds seem to balance the immune system- increasing immune function all the while discouraging immune reactions against the body’s healthy tissue/cells. After realizing autoimmune disease runs in my family, I was able to recommend black seed oil as an alternative to elderberry for immune support to my mother as well. 

Hair, Skin & Nails

In addition to its many other benefits, Black Seed oil has been known to strengthen and increase growth of hair, skin, and nails. Some studies even suggest that it may be a very useful in reducing scars. Not to mention how its antifungal properties are useful on skin. It just doesn’t smell as good as coconut oil. Just kidding, coconut oil doesn’t really have a potent smell, but that’s just the opposite with Black Seed Oil. 

The Right Black Seed Oil

When looking for the best black seed oil for you, find one that has these properties to ensure the benefits you are looking for.

  • Organic (non-gmo)
  • Pure/cold pressed without chemical extraction or heat
  • Contains no additives, diluting oils, or preservatives
  • Packaged in a dark, glass bottle to prevent it from turning rancid.

How I Use Black Seed Oil

Black seed oil has a very strong taste and smell. Therefore, you probably don’t want to add it to your smoothie or overnight oats. It reminds me of cod liver oil. It isn’t something you’re going to enjoy, but it is good for you. I currently like to take it early in the morning. I’ve created this little health tonic that is a blend of Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV), Honey or Agave, MCT Oil and of course, Black Seed Oil. I like to add a little water or coconut water as well. It has a sweet, syrupy taste from the agave and mct oil that masks the Black Seed Oil as well as the Apple Cider Vinegar so you won’t mind taking it. When ingested early in the morning on an empty stomach, I’m able to get all of the health benefits of each of these natural products. Here are the brands that I specifically use for their high potency, quality preparation and great reviews.

Make this apart of your preventative healthcare routine and see if you are able to note the differences or benefits. I would absolutely love to hear what you think.

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