The Benefits of Black Seed Oil – Can Cumin Heal All But The Death Itself?

The Benefits Of Black Seed Oil – Can Cumin Heal All But The Death Itself?

 
Seed of blessing” as the Arabic people call it is highly beneficial to your body, skin and health. The history of cumin seeds or Nigella Sativa goes as far as Egypt. They have been found in the tomb of King Tut and there are rumors that even the famous Cleopatra owes her beauty to cumin seeds.

Since then, It has been used both as a spice or a medicine. It is known to heal numerous medical conditions-from weight loss to headaches, asthma, digestive disorder and many more.

 

Black Cumin Seed Oil

Unlike other essential oils, this oil has a lovely aromatic smell which makes it very useful in aromatherapy treatment.

When used for massage, this oil is an effective weapon against muscular aches, pains, rheumatism, sprains and whatever hurts the most. It penetrates deeply into muscles and joints and takes away even the most stubborn pains. You can mix it with something lighter, like almond oil, in order to make it a bit softer.

The number of studies have been done to question cumin oil and they have found that it is effective against pancreatic cancer as well as asthma, and autoimmune diseases.

 

Black Cumin Seed Oil And Your Skin

Black cumin seed oil is highly beneficial to the skin. When applied, it doesn’t have that greasy or heavy feeling but is rather light and silky. It is easily absorbed and therefore it is an excellent moisturizer.

Rich in many essential fatty acids it is a very effective treatment for various skin conditions like dermatitis, eczema and other skin related conditions. It contains plenty of vitamins including A, B1, B2, B6, C, Niacin, Folacin; and minerals including calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, selenium, copper, phosphorus and zinc.

Here are some of the cases where cumin oil is essential.
1. The condition of skin, hair and nails are improved
2. It combats autoimmune diseases making it a natural cure for psoriasis
3. Soothes acne & various forms of eczema
4. Moisturizes and heals health infections while doing it.
5. Helps with aging signs.

Nigella or Black cumin.

 

Black Cumin Seed Oil And Your Acne

One of the main benefits of this oil is its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties make it an ideal home remedy for acne. A weak immune system allows the production of excess sebum that clogs the pores, cumin oil restrengthens it . It should be consumed 2-3 times a day in a teaspoon.

To apply it topically, you should add two teaspoons of this oil in hot, steamy water and lean over it, covering your face with a towel

 

Black Seed Oil And Weight Loss

Black seed oil is not a miracle cure for weight loss, but its benefits can make you lose some weight and make you feel good. The big problem with overweight people is bad digestion.

They feel that all that they eat is going straight to their thighs. That is because their metabolism is slow and their digestion is not good.

Black seed oil improves digestion and your metabolism allowing you to process food. In addition to that, it has a lowering effect on blood sugar and is often used in diabetes treatments. Low blood sugar reduces your carbohydrate cravings.

So, low intake of carbs and augmented metabolism functions help you to lose weight without any changes to your diet.

If you add some of our nutrition advice it may lead to a significant weight loss plan.

 

Black Seed Oil And Hair – Can It Be An Effective Hair Loss Treatment

There are no studies that can confirm black seed oil to be an effective hair loss treatment. But there is anecdotal evidence.

In India and Middle East it is believed that massaging your scalp with black seed oil will help you fight hair loss. The scalp needs to be washed and dried thoroughly and it must be stroked with lemon before the application of black seed oil. Regular massage will also prevent premature graying

If you have any anecdotal experience with black seed oil, feel free to share it with us.

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Linda Ward is a nurse and a wannabe writer. She enjoys writing about different health, food and lifestyle topics. In her free time, Linda loves to dance and work out in a gym.

6 thoughts on “The Benefits Of Black Seed Oil – Can Cumin Heal All But The Death Itself?

  1. I have several Indian friends and have seen them using cumin seeds in their recipes. In fact cumin powder is used generously in most Indian dishes. It is good to know that these small seeds have so many health benefits.

  2. I am interested to use black seed oil to treat acne. I get severe breakouts of acne and have tried lots of medicines but to no avail. I want to switchover to herbal medicines and want to try black seed oil. Where can I get this oil?

  3. Wonderful article. Thanks to this type of exposure this amazing herb is really beginning to take off. The evidence for it effects against cancer is wonderfully promising. I think science is moving into an era of nutraceuticals and harnessing the raw power nature to provide a cure. Anyone interested in finding out more about black seed oil see: http://www.nabiblackseedoil.com

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