Size: 30 ml violet glass bottle
Distillation: Cold pressed from seeds
Botanical name: Nigella damascena
Note: This food quality artisan produced oil can be used internally or externally. Black seed is also known as “Love-in-a mist”, black cumin, kalonji, or “habbakul barraka” (seed of blessing).
Physical Properties of Black Seed Botanical Oil
- Regenerative-skin, nerves, bone, liver
- Tonic–liver and kidneys
Internal–oral as food or supplement, suppository
External–topical, skin treatment, massage, cosmetic use, carrier oil
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Black seed botanical oil is one of the highest food oils that fights fungus, yeasts, and molds. It also has several properties that contribute to the prevention and reversal of cancer and tumors. It should be taken orally for this purpose.
It has been used extensively as an herbal medicine in ancient cultures of Egypt, India, Nepal, and China.
It is very anti-microbial, and has been used to combat MRSA (Staphyllococcus aureus), for which it is highly effective in some cases.
It is also used to protect tissue from after surgery scarring, and can prevent adhesion from surgical trauma. It can be used topically or taken internally for this purpose.
Black seed oil protects the liver and kidneys, and may help to strengthen and regenerate these organs.
One of its greatest properties is the reduction in body pain, especially that caused by arthritis, and muscle or nerve conditions. Chronic pain of many types are greatly helped by the ingestion of this oil.
It has been helpful for many diverse health conditions, including dementia, diabetes, glaucoma, schizophrenia, and heart conditions.
When using black seed botanical oil orally, we recommend diluting it up to 50% with moringa seed oil. This will improe the flavor, while adding more health benefits.
- No contraindications are known. Black seed oil is generally regarded as safe at normal dosages.
- Do not use during pregnancy or lactation, or with infants or small children.
- Use caution with allergic or sensitive individuals, some allergies to black seed have occurred.
- Black seed botanical oil may interact poorly with chemotherapy and cancer drugs.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.