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Black Seed

Black seed (Nigella sativa), also known as black cumin seed, is a plant in the ranunculus family that has grown in popularity in recent years, as awareness of its use in herbal medicine has increased. Generally used as an oil, it can be added to smoothies and food and has a pleasant flavour reminiscent of cumin.

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Black Seed Info

With its use dating back to Ancient Egypt, black seed is a herb whose popularity has soared throughout human history thanks to its dual uses as a culinary herb and as a herbal remedy. Native to the Asian continent, it has been used by many cultures over millennia to support a number of body systems and functions.

Many of these traditional applications are still popular today, including possibly supporting the maintenance of healthy blood pressure and cholesterol, providing support for healthy pancreatic function, for the body’s detoxification systems, and is a firm favourite for those needing potent support for the immune system. Given its many varied uses in food and healthcare throughout the world and throughout the centuries, it is unsurprising to see the popularity of this herb surging again today.

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  • Black seed oil works wonders !

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    This is great oil.....had a boil and I was putting this on the boil after having an epsom salt bath twice a day and also taking a tspn twice daily of this. It really helped with the inflammatory side of the boil and clearing it up and improving my health in general. I still have this everyday now.

    Keren

    15/04/18

  • For hormone support

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    I started taking these capsules as I have Hashimoto's disease, (autoimmune of thyroid). Have been taking them for quite a few months, along with the ground seed, and my hair seems to have thickened up a little bit and my nails aren't as ridgy and splitting as they were before so it seems like something is happening. I cannot tolerate nightshade family foods very well so instead of pepper, I sprinkle Black Cumin Seed on just about everything savoury.

    Sharon

    9/01/18

  • Use instead of pepper

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    I cannot tolerate nightshade family foods very well so instead of pepper, I sprinkle Black Cumin Seed on just about everything savoury. Started using is as I have Hashimoto's disease, (autoimmune of thyroid). Have been using it for quite a few months, along with the capsules, and my hair seems to have thickened up a little bit and my nails aren't as ridgy and splitting as they were before so it seems like something is happening.

    Sharon

    9/01/18

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