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Blackseed oil usages

Black seed (Nigella sativa) has been used as a ‘CURE ALL’ for
thousands of year. Multiple scientific studies have demonstrated many
beneficial effects of black seed oil and its extracts.

DOSAGE: Take 1-2 softgel capsules before or with light meal twice daily.
STORAGE: Store in a cool dry place away from heat, light and moisture.
Note: This is not suitable for pregnant women.


Using Black Seed Oil


For most uses a teaspoon (approximately 5ml) of black seed oil taken this first thing in the morning or just before bed is sufficient.

Side Effects

Black seed oil is non-toxic even in high doses. However its effects are dose dependent so users should be aware of potential over-use.


Black seed oil benefits a range of different conditions e.g. it can be applied topically to skin for eczema or taken orally for hayfever.



The protein content of the black seed (Nigella sativa) is comprised of fifteen different amino acids, including eight of the nine essential amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be synthesised in our body in sufficient quantities and are thus derived entirely from our diet.

Black seed oil is particularly rich in unsaturated and essential fatty acids (Linoleic and Linolenic acid) alpha-Linolenic acid (omega-3) and Linoleic acid (omega-6), are substances that cannot be produced in the body, and thus must be taken consumed.M

The black seed oil is also a source of calcium, iron, sodium, and potassium. Required only in small amounts by the body, these trace elements’ are essential for various enzyme functions.

Nutritionally the Nigella sativa seed is comprised of approximately 21% protein, 35% carbohydrates and 35-38% fats (varies from country to country). It also contains numerous vitamins, mineral elements, and trace elements.

Chemical analysis has further revealed that the black seed (Nigella sativa) contains many different compounds make up each of the above groups (see below).

Black seed oil comes from Nigella sativa, a flowering plant native to the Middle East, it produces an inflated fruit pod containing hundreds of seeds. Once dry the seeds turn jet black, they can be pressed to extract a wonderful golden green oil.

Nigella sativa has been valued as a culinary and medicinal plant throughout the Middle and Far East for thousands of years. Many different uses of Nigella sativa can be found in many canons of ancient medicine. Black seed oil use is found in traditional medicinal practices around the world.

Today over 800 scientific papers have been published on the effects of black seed oil and its active components like thymoquinone. Black seed oil has proven powerful anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-neoplastic and immune system regulation action.

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Nigella sativa seed, extracts and oil, and isolated constituents have demonstrated a wide variety of therapeutic effects in laboratory studies including: analgesic, anti-arthritic, anti-atherogenic, anti-asthmatic, anti-malarial, anti-microbial, anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, anti-epileptic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, antipyretic, diuretic, hypocholesterolemic, hypolipidemic, antihypertensive, immunomodulatory, cardio-protective, hepato-protective, gastro-protective, nephro-protective, neuro-protective, pneumo-protective, radio-protective properties.

Oral administration of black seed oil or its extracts in humans has been shown to: reduce blood pressure, improve glycemic control in type 2 diabetic patients, reduce total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL-cholesterol in patients with dyslipidemia or congestive heart disease, improve the symptoms in patients with asthma andallergic rhinitis, improve sperm count in men, treat hand eczema, reduce anxiety, improve memory and learning and even reduce mean frequency of seizures in children with refractory seizures.