The Benefits Of Black Seed Oil

Updated: Mar 8, 2020

Black Seed Oil is derived from the the seeds of the Nigella Sativa, black seed oil has been used for medicinal purposes for over 3000 years. It has been named a cure all for everything- except death.

Black seed is also known as black cumin, black coriander and black caraway. That gives you an idea of what is tastes like. While there are pill forms of the oil this is one you want to get the oil versions to effectively reap all the benefits.

Source of Essential Fatty Acids

Fatty acids are essential to optimal health. Omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids are essential and must be obtained through the food you eat to keep the brain, cells and nerves functioning properly. Lack of essential fatty acids result in weak immunity, prolonged healing, lack of growth and development.


We are constantly exposed to free radicals, a unstable and highly reactive molecular species that perform oxidation by pulling electrons from everything. Cigarette smoke and smoking, radiation, pollutants, and harsh chemicals are examples of the everyday exposure and reason to protect against the causes. When copper oxidizes it turns colors and flakes off simply because it is being broken down due to oxidation, our bodies are no different. Free radicals cause us to age faster and play a role in critical illnesses.


When the body is inflamed we experience pain, swelling, redness and lose of function. Inflammation is a response to trauma by many factors any where from direct infliction to indirect exposure to harmful elements of the environment such as UVA and UVB rays. Thymoquinone, a component in Nigella Sativa, has anti-inflammatory effects by suppressing inflammatory chemicals such as prostaglandins and leukotrienes. To put perspective on these inflammatory mediators, prostaglandins along with other inflammatory mediators cause areas to contract, in other words cramps. Athritus As for leukotrienes, these chemicals are provoked by allergens and cause the the airways to constrict and produce more mucus, therefore making is it harder to breathe especially for people with asthma.

Immune Booster

If you lack essential fatty acids, are under oxidant stress or have inflammation, It can be difficult to fight disease.

Improves Hair and Skin

In additions to consuming bleed seed oil, you can also use it topically. The essential fatty aids make for a great moisturizer. Relatively when your scalp is nourished it makes for a good environment for hair growth. Black seed oil has been used for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

To put insight on the true value of Black Seed oil, the ancient cure all has been found in Kings Tuts tomb.

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