What makes this alure more powerful when first hearing about this seed is the fact that black seed oils benefits are critically examined and fully studied all around the world.
It’s surprising to know how few are aware of its properties and benefits, however, we will do our best to enlighten you with what we’ve learned from studying this miraculous herb.
Black seeds (from the nigella sativa plant) have shown tremendous use and effectiveness against a variety of complications and issues, ranging from common hair loss to skin rejuvenation.
Many studies have also determined there are a number of things black seed oil cannot cure or treat from skin complications to fungal infections
The power of this seed leads us to ask one question: how can one seed can be so effective against a variety of complications and issues, and just how many diseases has black seed oil been found not to be able to treat?
The simple fact is that black seeds hold a complex blend of ingredients primarily comprised of two major active pillars, Thymoquinone (TQ) and Thymohydroquinone (THQ).
These two great compounds, while they cannot treat major inflammatory issues and complications, have been found to support general bodily health in a variety of ways.
We will be highlighting research done on black cumin seeds’ anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-viral, anti-oxidant, and other properties to help you understand what it has not been determined to treat at this time. We will of course also enlighten you as to its uses as a health-supporting supplement.
Did I mention the healthy omega 3,6, and 9? How about its vitamins and other minerals?
What are Black Seed Oil Ingredients?Extensive studies were done to identify the composition of the black seed, the ingredients of N. sativa seed includes fixed oil, proteins, alkaloid, saponin and essential oil.
The ingredients of black seed oil enable it to act as a multi-purpose natural supplement for just about anything and everything. Take a look at some of the compelling properties of the black seeds.
The fixed oil (32-40 %) contains: unsaturated fatty acids which include:
- stearic and myristic acid
- sterol esters and sterol glucosides
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