Black cumin oil was found in the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen, about 3300 years ago. In Arabic culture, black cumin is called “Habbatul Barakah”, which means “good seed”. It is believed that the prophet Muhammad spoke of black cumin as about.
These seemingly simple but very powerful seeds are able to restore the body from chemical poisoning, stimulate the regeneration of dying diabetic pancreatic beta cells, and also destroy Staphylococcus aureus.
Two grams of black seed a day has been shown to lower glucose levels, reduce insulin resistance, increase beta cell function, and have been shown to lower glycosylated hemoglobin in humans.
Black cumin seeds have clinically proven activity against the bacterium Helicobacter, which is comparable in effect to triple eradication therapy.
The anticonvulsant properties of black cumin have long been known. A 2007 study of children with epilepsy refractory to conventional drug therapy found that black seed water extract significantly reduced seizure activity.
A positive effect of 100-200 mg of black cumin extract taken twice a day for 2 months in patients with mild hypertension has been established.
Boiled in water, the seed extract has a powerful anti-asthma effect on the respiratory tract of an asthmatic.
Studies have shown that black cumin seed extract effectively inhibits the growth of cancer cells in the colon.
Studies conducted on 35 opiate addicts have shown efficacy in the long-term treatment of opioid addiction.
Melanin pigments present in the retina, choroid, and epidermis protect the skin from damage. Black seed oil promotes the production of melanin.
This is not the whole list of conditions in which black cumin oil shows its effectiveness. It is also recommended to take with: