Organic Egyptian Blackseed Oil
Black seed oil has shown promise in treating some of the most common health conditions, including high blood pressure and asthma. It also shows strong antifungal activity against Candida albicans - yeast that can grow into the body and cause candidiasis. Examples of other health benefits of black seed oil include:
Reducing high blood pressure: Taking black cumin seed extract for two months has been shown to reduce high blood pressure in people with low blood pressure.
Reduce high cholesterol: Intake of black seed oil has been shown to reduce high cholesterol. It contains a lot of healthy fatty acids that can help you maintain healthier cholesterol levels. Examples of these fatty acids include linoleic acid and oleic acids. The oil level can vary depending on where the black seeds are grown. People can also see results when they eat the crushed seeds.
Improving the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis: Ingestion of oral black seed oil can help reduce inflammatory rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Reducing asthma symptoms: The anti-inflammatory effect of black seed oil can be extended to improve asthma symptoms. The effect of reducing inflammation in the airways can also help with symptoms of bronchitis.
Reducing Stomach Problems: Eating black seeds or taking black seed oil is associated with relieving stomach aches and cramps. The oil can also help reduce gas, bloating and stomach ulcers.
Black seed oil is also believed to have carcinogenic properties. It can help fight skin cancer when used topically.
Benefits of black seed oil
Black seed oil has several uses and benefits for problematic skin conditions. The oil is available in many health food stores and pharmacies. Examples of beauty and skin applications include:
Acne: According to the Journal of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery, a lotion prepared with 10 percent black seed oil uses a significant incidence of acne after two months. Those who participated in the study reported 67 percent satisfaction.
Moisturizing hair: Black seed oil can be used on human hair to soften it and promote shine.
Psoriasis: The use of black seed oil has been shown to reduce the incidence of psoriasis plaques.
Soft skin: Black seed oil is added to oils and moisturizers to improve the skin's moisture and moisture.
Wound Healing: Applying black seed oil has been shown to reduce inflammation and the presence of bacteria to aid wound healing. Although it does not appear to be useful for growing new collagen fibers, it stimulates other growth factors to help the body create a new healthy skin.
Suggested use: For adults, take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per day, with meals, or as directed by a doctor.
Storage: Can be stored in a refrigerator and / or stored at room temperature, away from heat or direct sunlight.