When ancient Egyptian kings, European queens, religious prophets and modern scientist come together on an issue, it’s probably worth hearing out. Although today we have more access to information than ever before, we still have a lot to learn from history.
From Hippocrates and Cleopatra, to King Tut and the civilizations that followed, a strange commonality they shared was the value they placed on a certain herb.
That herb is no other than black seeds. So we decided to go ahead and learn for ourselves, and for our readers, in order to bring to light all the rumored and admired benefits of black seed oil.
There are many places you can purchase black seed oil, but this one is our favorite.
You may know black seeds from a variety of different black seed oil names, depending on which part of the world you’re in. Here are a few of the more popular black seed oil names:
- Kalonji Oil
- Black Cumin Seed Oil
- Nigella Seeds
- Habbatus Sauda
- Graine De Nigelle
- Black Onion Seeds
Where does Black Seed Oil Come From?
Black seed oil is simply an extracted oil substance produced by the squeezing and compression of black seeds. There are countless of home appliances that will let you produce your own oil, or you can always buy some on online.
What are black seeds?
The tiny, black, thick shaped cumin seed is most commonly referred to as ‘black seeds’ or ‘black cumin seeds’. They are slightly curved with a rough distinct texture that make them unique and easy to identify.
What is black seed oil made from?
Black Seed Oil is made from the nigella sativa plant through a process which compresses the seeds and extracts the oil.
How do you take black seeds?
You can take black seed oil in a variety of ways, from orally to topically, the applications are endless. In fact not only can you use and take the oil of black seeds but you can also use and take the seeds itself.
Heres a quick list of Ways to take black seeds:
- Consume a teaspoon of black seed oil
- Mix tea spoon of black seed oil with honey
- Consume black seeds plain
- Boil water with black seeds, let simmer and consume
- You can add black seeds to bread, food, and pastries
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