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Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa), Organic - 8 oz. glass bottle
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Action and Function of Black Seed Oil:

Although Black Seed was originally used in the Middle East over 1400 years ago, it was not carefully researched until about forty years ago. Since that time, more than 200 studies have been conducted in universities all over the world. One such study, conducted at the Munich Institute for Research on Newer Therapeutic Methods, has confirmed by means of modern analytic methods that Black Seed oil contains over 100 active health-promoting substances and displays superior clinical effectiveness as a nutritional supplement.

Black Seed oil has a high concentration of essential linoleic and linolenic fatty acids which cannot be synthesized by our bodies and are necessary for optimal health.

It also contains thymoquinone (TQ), thymohydroquinone (THQ) and thymol, beneficial substances with a variety of uses, including antioxidant properties. Thymoquinone, one of the main active constituents found only in Black Seed Nigella sativa, supports healthy bronchial airways. Black Seed oil helps support the immune system and promotes a balanced immune response.

The combination of nutrients found in Black Seeds and Black Seed oil give it the status of a superfood which can support numerous body functions such as digestion, brain function, nerve function, the organs such as liver and kidneys, and normal blood pressure. It can even can adjunctively support the body and its organs while undergoing chemotherapy or radiation. [1]

Black seed oil is also helpful in making the internal environment inhospitable to unwanted elements or organisms from the body while lubricating the intestinal tract.


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[1} An updated knowledge of Black seed (Nigella sativa Linn.): Review of phytochemical constituents and pharmacological propertiesJ Herb Med. 2021 Feb; 25: 100404. Md Faruque Ahmad,a,* Fakhruddin Ali Ahmad,b Syed Amir Ashraf,c Hisham H. Saad,a Shadma Wahab,d Mohammed Idreesh Khan,e M. Ali,f Syam Mohan,g Khalid Rehman Hakeem,h,* and Md Tanwir Athari,j,**    Published online 2020 Sep 19. doi: 10.1016/j.hermed.2020.100404   PMCID: PMC7501064 PMID: 32983848

{2} Nigella Plants – Traditional Uses, Bioactive Phytoconstituents, Preclinical and Clinical Studies  Front Pharmacol. 2021; 12: 625386. Bahare Salehi, 1 Cristina Quispe, 2 Muhammad Imran, 3 Iahtisham Ul-Haq, 4 Jelena Živković, 5 Ibrahim M. Abu-Reidah, 6 Surjit Sen, 7 , 8 Yasaman Taheri, 9 Krishnendu Acharya, 7 Hamed Azadi, 10 María del Mar Contreras, 11 ,* Antonio Segura-Carretero, 12 , 13 Dima Mnayer, 14 Gautam Sethi, 15 Miquel Martorell, 16 , 17 Ahmad Faizal Abdull Razis, 18 , 19 ,* Usman Sunusi, 19 , 20 Ramla Muhammad Kamal, 19 , 21 Hafiz Ansar Rasul Suleria, 22 and Javad Sharifi-Rad 9 , 23 ,*   Published online 2021 Apr 26. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2021.625386  PMCID: PMC8107825PMID: 33981219



Bahare Salehi, 1 Cristina Quispe, 2 Muhammad Imran, 3 Iahtisham Ul-Haq, 4 Jelena Živković, 5 Ibrahim M. Abu-Reidah, 6 Surjit Sen, 7 , 8 Yasaman Taheri, 9 Krishnendu Acharya, 7 Hamed Azadi, 10 María del Mar Contreras, 11 ,* Antonio Segura-Carretero, 12 , 13 Dima Mnayer, 14 Gautam Sethi, 15 Miquel Martorell, 16 , 17 Ahmad Faizal Abdull Razis, 18 , 19 ,* Usman Sunusi, 19 , 20 Ramla Muhammad Kamal, 19 , 21 Hafiz Ansar Rasul Suleria, 22 and Javad Sharifi-Rad 9 ,

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Individual results taking herbal preparations vary, and similar results are not guaranteed. This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with your health practitioner if you have a health problem before using this or any dietary or herbal supplement.

Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa), Organic - 8 oz.

Nice flavor that I find tastes similar to a drop of oregano oil in a spoonful of olive oil that I used to take. I like oregano so I was pleasantly surprised by that.

Approximately fifteen minutes after I took it I felt the relaxation in my lungs, the clearing of the congestion I was starting to have there, and the feeling of being able to breathe deeper again. I have an allergic asthma condition and higher sensitivity to allergens, especially dust mites which I think is what was getting to me. When the effect hit, it felt GREAT! It reversed the reaction I was having to the allergens and kept me clear the rest of the afternoon. I couldn't believe it.

It is much quicker than having to make the teas and tonics I use to help keep my lungs clear. I also like that it is easily portable. I've had no adverse reactions to it. Perhaps in time with continued use, along with garlic and other things I take, my system will harmonize and I'll have less reactions to begin with. I can wait for that, because in the meantime, I'm enjoying having a reliable fix to just keep nearby when I'm in a location that I know to cause my allergy response.

Although I know that it's preferably taken with a meal, I personally have not had any issues taking it on an empty stomach (but I'm able to do that with a lot of things). If the congestion starts seeming like it's going to be bad, or after I leave a location that has my allergens, I take a teaspoonful to enjoy the relief and go on about my business. This will definitely be a staple in my alternative medicine arsenal. :-D

My boyfriend had been sick for a couple of days with an upper respiratory issue. He had a persistent, wet cough with excess mucus. I started to get a wheezing sort of cough in my chest.

I remembered studies I had read recently about the antibacterial, antiviral, and antimicrobial actions of black seed oil. I also read that it is very effective for asthma patients as it opens airways and makes breathing easier. I started taking a teaspoon twice a day and in about a day, I noticed my breathing was easier.

By the next day my coughing had pretty much stopped and on the third day I was back to normal. My boyfriend, on the other hand had not been taking the black seed oil. Even though he had started coughing 2 days before me, he was still coughing his head off constantly. A day later, he finally began taking it and his cough resolved in about 4 days.
~ T.A. from Florida


Freshly Cold-pressed and unrefined Virgin Black Cumin Seed oil, (Nigella Sativa) USDA Organic. 100% Pure Nigella Sativa is Loaded with Vitamins and valuable source of EFA's 3/6/9's and also contains two very powerful phytochemicals Nigellone and Thymoquinone along with other nutrients that work synergistically to support the body's various functions.

Batches may vary in taste and color.

Solvent-free. No herbicides or pesticides, packed in glass.

This product has NO artificial ingredients or preservatives. No Wheat, No Gluten, No Soy, No Dairy, No Yeast.

Suggested Use

Suggested Use: For adults, take one (1) teaspoonful (5ml) twice daily, preferably with a meal. Can be followed with a sip of juice or smoothie, or a spoonful of food. Traditionally was taken with a spoonful of honey.

Other ways to take Black Seed Oil - Mixed with olive oil to dilute the strong taste. Or mix into food like cottage cheese or humus, or in salad dressing, with meat or as a dipping sauce by itself or with other herbs and garlic.

The taste is hard for some to get used to. In that case, try Black Seed oil gel capsules to experience the benefits without the taste.

Black Seed oil can also be used beneficially on the skin and hair. An excellent oil for foot massage, or for warm oil treatment for hair.

When parasite-cleansing, may be taken internally and also applied to skin around the anus to stop night-time itching.


Persons taking blood pressure medication or with low blood pressure should consult with a healthcare practitioner before taking Black Seed oil as it may cause blood pressure to become too low after taking it for some time.

Persons taking medications for diabetes or hypoglycemia should be cautious and monitor their blood sugar because it may cause blood sugar to go too low.

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 pregnant, do not eat large amounts of Black Seed oil. Food amounts are considered probably safe, but larger medicinal amounts may slow down or stop uterine contractions.

If you are pregnant or have a medical condition, consult your doctor first.


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