Black seed oil: One of earth’s natural wonders



Black Seed Oil, also known as Black Cumin Oil, or Black Caraway Seed Oil, is a substance possessing an incredible amount of medicinal qualities. 

 It comes from the Nigella sativa plant that grows in Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and the Middle East. The plant has small, black, crescent-shaped seeds and pale purple, blue, or white flowers. Once cultivated, the plant can be used for a range of medicinal purposes.

 Firstly, however, we look at the origin of organic Black Seed oil and how it was used during the ages.


Records of the use of pure Black Seed oil for medicinal reasons dates back more than 3,000 years, with references of the oil being found in use in ancient Egyptian times as far back as King Tut. Reports showed that Cleopatra used it to maintain her beautiful skin and hair. The prophet Mohammed is said to have proclaimed that black cumin seed could cure anything but death. It was mentioned by Hippocrates for digestive troubles. It was also mentioned in the Holy Bible.

Once cultivated, the plant can be used for a range of medicinal purposes, which we will go into shortly. First, however, we look at the origin of organic Black Seed oil and how it was used during the ages.


Quality Organic Black Seed oil offers a wide array of health benefits that can help with the treatment of a number of different conditions, such as;

Asthma & Allergies

Research has shown that there has been a myriad of types of allergy and asthma which can be alleviated through oral application and is often more effective than conventional types of treatment. The Respiratory system; the sinus and bronchial systems can also be complemented by quality Black Seed oil, meaning it offers effective relief of the symptoms of colds and flu.

Eczema and Psoriasis

This not only increases the rate at which skin heals, but also soothes inflammation.


Oral therapy of the Oils has been shown to help regulate the digestive system.

Fungi and Candida

Symptoms of fungal infections and candida can also be alleviated by the topical application of organic Black Seed oil. As well as fungal infections on the skin, the oil can also be used to treat those found in the digestive system when taken internally.

Skin and Hair

Black Seed Oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-ageing and skin-softening properties. The powerful anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and nutritive properties of black seed oil can help to restore the natural health and vitality of skin. In addition, vitamin A, amino acids, and fatty acids work together to help skin regeneration. It also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal qualities, making it an ideal oil to help fight acne as it works to reduce clogged pores and control oil as well as taming redness and helping to soothe irritation. It also has skin softening and anti-aging benefits. Black Seed Oil contains over 100 vitamins and minerals which help the skin to retain moisture, maintain elasticity and fight off the damaging free radicals that make you age faster. It also includes a lot of fatty acids which help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also packed with valuable skincare components like Vitamins A, B, and C, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and trace elements providing the necessary nutritive factors for skin recovery and repair.


Black Seed Oil may interact with other drugs, so check with your doctor before taking it.




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