BLACK SEED OIL (HABBATUS SAUDA)

Our Latest and Most Exclusive oil Habbatus sauda  or black seed or black cumin or called as       ‘karunjeeragam’ is here .  It may be new to you but it is very famous among the Muslim communities for various ailments.  Why is this oil expensive cause it has a very low oil yield per gram. 10kg of seed I will only yield  about 1300ml oil, and the seed itself is expensive  and rarely available in Malaysia. They are sourced from Egypt and Iran. Mainly. There are many in the market with a various prices but do practice caution on dubious product . The oil has a pungent stinging taste at the tongue but not to worry you will get used to it eventually.

COMES IN 250ml and 125ml

What is Black Seed Oil or Nigella Sativa?

Black Cumin Seed Oil (also often called Black Coriander Oil or simply Black Oil) comes from the Nigella Sativa plant that is native to Asia. Recent studies on this incredibly powerful seed oil show it may be helpful in combating super bugs like MRSA or h.pylori and in cancer patients.

The plant is technically part of the buttercup family and has small, black, crescent shaped seeds. Historical accounts of Black Seed use date back as far as the times of King Tut in Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra reportedly used black cumin seed oil for beautiful hair and skin and Hippocrates was fond of using it for digestive troubles.

There are now over 600 studies showing the effects of black cumin seed oil and there is promising research on the use of black cumin seed oil for dealing with autoimmune disease. Its active compounds, crystalline nigellone and thymoquinone, are the most studied, but it also contains: myristic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, palmitoleic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidonic acid, proteins and vitamins B1, B2,B3, calcium, folate, iron, copper, zinc and phosphorous.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per 

Calories 345
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 15 g 23%
Saturated fat 0.5 g 2%
Polyunsaturated fat 1.7 g
Monounsaturated fat 10 g
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 88 mg 3%
Potassium 1,694 mg 48%
Total Carbohydrate 52 g 17%
Dietary fiber 40 g 160%
Protein 16 g 32%
Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 35%
Calcium 119% Iron 102%
Vitamin D 0% Vitamin B-6 25%
Vitamin B-12 0% Magnesium 96%

Black Seed Oil Uses & Benefits

Asthma & Allergies

black seed oil has anti-asthmatic effects and depending on the cause of asthma, it was sometimes more effective than conventional treatment.

Eczema and Psoriasis

Black seed oil is also used for skin problems like eczema and psoriasis. It helps sooth inflammation and improve the speed and which skin heals.

Digestion

Nigella Sativa seeds are carminative, meaning they aid in digestion and may decrease gas, bloating and stomach pain. Black seed oil is often sometimes used in remedies for intestinal parasites. In preliminary studies, it was also shown to inhibit the growth of colon cancer cells with no negative side effects.

Candida and Fungus

Black seed oil was also shown to be helpful in battling candida and fungal infections in the digestive system and on the skin.

Cancers

Other studies have shown that a compound in black seeds and oil, Thymoquinone, helps induce apoptosis (cell death) in leukemia cells  and other studies have shown this same effect in breast cancer cells, brain tumor cells, pancreatic cancer, cervical cancer, and even oral cancer cells and cavity forming bacteria . Black seed oil is also sometimes recommended as a natural protection against some of the danger from radiation and used in conjunction with conventional treatments.

Heart Health

Thymoquinone  in Nigella Sativa seeds has also been shown to have a protective effect on the heart, promote healthy cholesterol levels and help normalize blood pressure.

MRSA and Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori)

A 2010 study found that black seed oil was effective for patients with h.pylori infections (without ulcers).

Immune Health

Nigella Sativa is unique it way of supporting the immune system. it contains antioxidants, beneficial acids and b-vitamins and supports the immune system, but acts different than herbs like elderberry or echinacea that require caution for those with autoimmune disease. Black seeds seem to balance the immune system- increasing immune function but not encouraging immune reactions against the body’s healthy tissue.

It has been used in alternative HIV protocols for years and it is often recommended on various autoimmune disease forums .

Skin and Hair

It is also used topically in some cultures to naturally soften, strengthen and firm skin and help increase hair growth. Some studies even suggest that it may be a very useful remedy against scars and to prevent scar formation on wounds.

How I Use Black Seed Oil

Take a teaspoon of this oil in empty stomach for one week and can slowly increase to 1 tbsp after a week. 

The Bottom Line of Black Cumin Seed Oil

Black cumin seed oil is an amazing food that has been used for thousands of years for its ability to support health naturally. It isn’t a panacea or a miracle drug, just a potent natural oil. It is considered safe for culinary use (or in similar amounts-no more than a few teaspoons a day).

Use common sense. Black seed oil is a food, but a nutritionally potent one. You wouldn’t drink a gallon of coconut oil or eat five pounds of liver in one sitting (I hope), so consume black seed oil as you would any food- in moderate and healthy amounts. Anyone with a medical condition or who is pregnant/nursing should check with a doctor before using this or any substance.

 The extraction process of black seed oil. Nothing is added to it.

Just pure cold pressed from seed.

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