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INGREDIENT

Black Seed Oil

Nigella Sativa

The Blessed Healer of Many Conditions

Also known as The Blessed Seed, Black Seeds are a powerhouse of active constituents. Literature reviews show that Black Seed may play a crucial role in cases of asthma, upper respiratory tract infections, autoimmune diseases, heart conditions, skin-related inflammatory/ autoimmune conditions, and much, much more.

Key Health Benefits


Anti-inflammatory

Anti-autoimmune

Ant-microbial

Anti-ageing

Highly anti-oxidant

Skin protective

Some studies on anti-neoplastic potential

Manages allergies

Enhances Immunity

Manages autoimmune skin conditions

Helps heal skin ulcers

Enhances male fertility

Hormone regulation

Cardiovascular support

Digestive support

+ Much, much more

Legendary Black Seed

The legendary Black seed has a rich history of use in ethnomedicine to treat lung conditions including bronchitis, immune conditions including psoriasis and even more severe nervous disorders. The traditional use of Black seed usually employs the oil of the seeds. The oil contains high amounts of the hydrophobic (water-insoluble) constituent Thymoquinone. Although natural remedies have a reputation for being only effective after long-term use, Black seed oil tends to be more versatile. Though long-term use may be required for autoimmune support and chronic diseases, traditionally, Black seed oil is used as an acute therapeutic agent for many conditions. Eastern Medicine, for example, uses Black seed oil as an acute agent for sore throat and cough. Interestingly, some literature points towards the effectiveness of Black seed as a bronchodilator and antitussive (anti-cough) agent. 

Source Location

Native to Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and The Middle East, Nigella is a plant that grows in many different places in the world. Putting both quality and safety in mind steers the seekers of Black seed to the Mediterranean region. Mediterranean Black seed has the highest Thymoquinone yields as the soil is highly supportive of the plant's needs. Additionally, Mediterranean cultivators offer the highest quality, least polluted crops.