Herbal carrier oil for immunity and health
Black Seed Oil is derived from the seeds of the Nigella sativa botanical, better known as the Fennel Flower. It is also commonly known by various other names, including Black Oil, Baraka, Fitch Oil, Kalajira Oil, Kalonji Oil.
In Ayurveda, Black Cumin Seed Oil has been used in a wide range of applications, including for treating diabetes, as it’s said to increase insulin production. It is well known for its uplifting effect on the mood and to alleviate mood swings and depression.
It enhances and supports the health of the respiratory and digestive systems and is a powerful anti-viral oil because it has high amounts of chloroquine in it.
Traditionally, it was used to address health conditions such as anorexia, sexually- transmitted diseases, and gynaecological ailments. It was also believed to be beneficial for stimulating the appetite and metabolism, easing neurological disorders, positively enhancing negative temperaments and promoting harmony within the body and mind.
According to historical records of Greek physicians in the 1st century, they used Black Cumin Seeds to address toothaches, headaches, nasal congestion, and intestinal worms. Hippocrates prescribed it to patients who experienced general illness and feebleness, to stimulate the onset of menstruation and to increase milk production in women.
These seeds as agents for boosting energy and alleviating weakness, exhaustion, sadness, and feelings of discouragement. They soothe symptoms of common colds, fever, headaches, topical irritations, wounds, skin disorders, toothaches, and intestinal worms and parasites.
Black Seed Oil is believed to have the potency to alleviate symptoms of asthma and bronchitis. Due to its carminative property, which enhances digestion and reduces discomforts such as stomach pain, bloating, and gas, it is believed to ease gastrointestinal disorders.
Milk-production, stomach worms and parasites, toothaches, asthma, bronchitis, weakness, exhaustion, sadness, feeling discouraged, neuralgia, anorexia, sexually transmitted disease, enhancing negative temperaments.