Black Seed Oil - 90 Softgel Capsules
SKU: SUPPLEMENTS.:Black Seed Caps
Why You Need It
Action and Function of Black Seed Oil:
Black seed oil helps to promote a healthy immune response, digestive health and respiratory health. It has a high natural concentration of essential linoleic and linolenic fatty acids which cannot be synthesized by our bodies and are necessary for optimal health.
Black Seed Oil also contains thymoquinone (TQ), thymohydroquinone (THQ) and thymol, beneficial substances with a variety of uses, Thymoquinone, one of the main active constituents found only in Black Seed Nigella sativa, opens the bronchial airways. These substances are also excellent antioxidants which also have properties that inhibit mold/fungus.
Black Seed (Nigella Sativa) is one the most revered medicinal seeds in history. It has a history of use going back thousands of years ago. It was recommended by the Prophet Muhammad and its use is mentioned in the Bible.
There have been more than 200 studies conducted on black seed in the past 40 years in universities worldwide. One such study conducted at the Munich Institute for Research on Newer Therapeutic Methods [Münchner Institut zur Erforschung neuer Therapieverfahren] has confirmed that Black Seed oil contains over 100 active health-promoting substances and displays superior clinical effectiveness as a nutritional supplement.
Various studies have confirmed therapeutic actions of black seed oil including as an immune supporting agent (especially when combined with garlic); promoting healthy brain and nerve function; support for healthy blood pressure and as a great source of essential fatty acids.
Ingredients: 100% Cold-Pressed Black Seed Oil. Minimum .95% Thymoquinone (TQ)
Hexane free * Ethanol free * Solvent Free * No preservatives * Gluten free
Other ingredients: Halal gelatin, glycerin, and purified water
Suggested Use: For adults, take 2 to 3 capsules, once daily or as directed by a physician for general health and maintenance. Take 2-3 capsules 3 times per day for therapeutic support.
Black Seed oil may cause blood sugar to go too low for persons treating diabetes or with hypoglycemia.
Black Seed oil may cause blood pressure to go to low for persons who have low blood pressure.
If pregnant, do not eat large amounts of Black Seed oil. Food amounts are considered probably safe, but larger medicinal amounts can slow down or stop the uterus from contracting.
Stop using black seed at least two weeks before a scheduled surgery because Black Seed oil may increase risk of bleeding, and may lower blood sugar and blood pressure, potentially causing problems during anesthesia.
If you are pregnant or have a medical condition, consult your doctor before taking.