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BLACK SEED HERBAL OIL
Black Cumin Herbal Oil
(Nigella Sativa; Black Caraway; Black Seed)
BLACK SEED HERBAL OIL OVERVIEW
Nigella sativa is an annual flowering plant, native to south and southwest Asia, indigenous to the Mediterranean, but grows prolifically in many areas of the world. The plant grows to about 7.9 to 12 inches tall, with finely divided linear (but thread-like) leaves. The flowers are delicate, and usually colored pale blue, pale bluish-purple, or white, with five to ten petals. The fruit is a large and inflated capsule composed of three to seven united follicles, each containing numerous seeds. The seed is used as a spice and are used in cooking and teas. Black Cumin-Seed Oil is used both cosmetically and medicinally. An annual herbaceous plant, nigella sativa is planted in the spring and is harvested in the summer for its seeds which give a remarkable 30 percent oil when pressed. The plant has no relationship to the culinary kitchen herbs, cumin or caraway. Black cumin seed, (nigella sativa ) is indigenous to the Mediterranean region but has been cultivated into other parts of the world such as the Arabian peninsula, northern Africa, parts of Asia and Australia and more recently cultivated in US.
COMMON NAMES & HISTORY
The scientific name is a derivative of Latin niger (black). In English, Nigella sativa seed is variously called Black Cumin, Black Cumin Seed, Fennel Flower, Nutmeg Flower, Roman Coriander, Kalonji, Habbat Alabarakah (Seed of Blessing), Kezah, Blackseed or Black Caraway. Other names used, sometimes misleadingly, are Black Onion Seed and Black Sesame, both of which are similar-looking, but unrelated. The seeds are frequently referred to as Black Cumin, but this name is also used for a different spice, Buniou persicum / Carum bulbocastanum. The original Black Cumin (Carum bulbocastanum) is rarely available, so N. sativa is widely used instead. In India, Carum carvi is the substitute. Cumins are from the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) family, but N. sativa is from Ranunculaceae family. Black cumin (not N. sativa) seeds come as paired or separate carpels, and are 3 to 4 mm long. They have a striped pattern of nine ridges and oil canals, and are fragrant (Ayurveda says, black cumin seed is fragrant itself), blackish in color, boat-shaped, and tapering at each extremity, with tiny stalks attached; it has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries, both as a herb and pressed into oil, in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Black Cumin-Seed has been used for a variety of conditions and treatments related to respiratory health, stomach and intestinal health, kidney and liver function, circulatory and immune system support, and for general overall well-being.
Black cumin seeds have a particularly long and strong history use in Egypt. When archaeologists found and examined the tomb of Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamen (King Tut), they found a bottle of Black Cumin-Seed Oil, which suggested that it was believed to be needed in the afterlife. Physicians to the Egyptian pharaohs frequently used the seeds after extravagant feasts to calm upset stomachs. They also used the seeds to treat headaches, toothaches, colds, and infections. Queen Nefertiti, renowned for her stunning beauty, used black seed oil, likely due to its abilities to strengthen and bring luster to hair and nails. Black cumin is one of the very few botanicals that have shown such effectiveness (the other most notable one is oleander extract). They were mentioned in the old testament of the bible, as well as by the prophet Mohammed, who stated that the 'Black seeds can heal every disease but death'. Historically they have received much praise from all corners of the world and have reputably been linked to help with respiratory problems, stomach and intestinal health, treatment of diarrhea and dysentery, kidney and liver functions, circulatory system support, as well as general well being.
For centuries, Black Cumin Seed herb and oil has been used by millions of people in Asia, Middle East, and Africa to support their health. It is an aromatic spice looks like a sesame seed except it is black in color. Traditionally, Black Cumin Seed contains high amounts of fiber, protein, and carbohydrates, and is a rich source of essential fatty acids.
Black Cumin seeds are small. They can be used to make tea by simply pouring hot water over the seeds and letting the brew steep for 10 minutes, about a tablespoon makes a nice cup of tea, but it is better to keep the cup covered until ready to drink so as to prevent the aroma from escaping. Some people add a few seeds to their favorite tea or coffee for an evocative flavoring and allow their imaginations to conjure up images of camels and nomads. The seeds can also be used in all manners of cooking and baking, as well as pastas, casseroles salads, or breads, used in canning, or extracted in wine or vinegar. Some people grind the seeds and mix them with honey or sprinkle them on salads. They make a nice addition to salad dressings and even stir fry dishes, especially when combined with lemon, cilantro, and tahini.
N. sativa is used as part of the spice mixture panch phoron / paanch phoran (meaning mixture of five spices) and by itself in a great many recipes in Bengali cookery and most recognizably in naan bread. The Turkish use the seeds in flavoring their braided-dough buns and is used in Bosnia to flavor pastries often baked on Muslim religious holidays.
BLACK CUMIN SEED USES & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Black Cumin Seed is excellent for use in external healing for skin care such as psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, joints and scalp massage. Internally, it can be used to treat asthma, arthritis, and it boosts the immune system. Scientific studies have shown that Black Cumin Seed Oil helps reduce inflammation and eliminates fungi infections. The extract form has shown to be effective in regulating blood sugar levels, and stimulating bone marrow and immune cells. Further studies are being conducted on Black Seed for its overall effectiveness in treating and preventing cancer.
Historically, some have used them mixed with honey and garlic as a tonic for asthma and coughs, as well as to enhance the immune system.
The first major study of Nigella sativa in cancer prevention and treatment was performed by scientists at Cancer Immuno-Biology Laboratory of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. They concluded that a healthy immune system will detect and destroy cancer cells before the cancer endangers the patient. The immune system does this by supporting increased production of immune cells, bone marrow cells, and B-cells that produce antibodies. Black Cumin stimulates neutrophil activity. These are the short-lived immune cells that are normally found in bone marrow but mobilized into action when there is a bacterial infection. Extracts of Black Cumin have also been shown to modulate production of interleukins, a quality it shares with some other highly revered herbs: Ginseng, Astragalus, Mistletoe, Garlic, and Cat's Claw.
In animal studies, while none of the subjects in the control group survived, two-thirds of the mice that had been given Black Cumin Seed Oil were still alive 30 days after deliberate efforts to cause cancer in the subject groups. Black Cumin is particularly useful in aggressive cancers whose growth depends on angiogenesis.
In vitro studies performed in Jordan and the United States have determined that the volatile oil is anti-leukemic. Studies performed in Spain as well as England found that the fixed oil is useful in the treatment of rheumatism and other inflammatory diseases. This property is attributed to thymoquinone which is as high as 25-percent in the Egyptian seed and missing entirely is some seeds.
Recently scientists around the world have confirmed the anti-bacterial and anti-mycotic effects of black seed oil. Health practitioners in various countries around the world are using the oil against inflamation of all sorts as well as fungi infections. Even a remarkable reduction of blood sugar levels has been found by scientists. Black Seed extracts have been found help tostimulate bone marrow and immune cells, so writes the scientists of the Cancer Immuno-Biology Laboratory and adding that it raises the interferon production, protects normal cells against cell destroying effects of viruses, destroys tumour cells and raises the number of anti-bodies producing B cells.
All these functions make the Black Cumin-Seed Oil the ideal candidate for the prevention and treatment of cancer. Scientists are now busy finding the effects of the Black Cumin Seed Oil in regard to various other human health conditions. Dr. Med. Peter Schleicher, an immunologist, in Munich who in 1986 happened to be nominated the youngest member of the World Academy of Scientists, examined Black Cumin Seed Oil in his institute to find new therapies for chronic illness and its effect.
His findings are identical to those in previous studies by earlier researchers. Schleicher says, by using Black Cumin-Seed Oil, valuable unsaturated fatty acids, for example Linoleic and Gammalinolen acids, get into the organism. By that it is possible to reach a synthesis of important immune regulating substances derived from Prostaglandin E1. Linoleic acid stabilizes the cell membranes and Prostaglandin has the effect of inhibiting inflamation. By that the immune reactions are stopped which cause the illnesses and which otherwise could be the start of many many chronic illnesses like acne and hayfever right up to cancer. In addition, the excessive T-cell function of the person suffering from allergies are stabilized through the substance in Black Cumin Seed Oil and the abnormally rising immune reactions through supressed anti-bodies. The excessive immune system is normalized and the large cell degranulation decreased.
Studies also testify that an immune system which has gone wrong can again be regulated by the strong effect of the oil. Schleicher, meanwhile, has tested the effect of the oil on 600 patients. As a result he confirms the cure for allergies at about 70 percent of the patients. Amongst them are allergies against pollen and dust, acne and neuro-dermatological illnesses, asthma patients, etc.. who generally have a weak resistence and are prone to suffer from infections. For that reason Dr.Schleicher in Munich is going to include the oil with his preventative treatment against colds and influenza.
BLACK CUMIN SEED DOSAGE INFORMATION
Black Cumin-Seed comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products, being powerful enough to be applied at a practitioners level and yet safe enough to be used as a household remedy. The normal application is 2 teaspoons of Black Cumin Seed Oil daily. It should not be taken during pregnancy. For best result, read and follow product label directions.
BLACK CUMIN SEED SAFETY
Black Cumin-Seed is generally regarded as safe when taken in the recommended doses. Although Black Cumin Seed has historically been used to stimulate milk production in nursing mothers, some research indicates that caution should be taken during pregnancy to avoid complications, and a qualified medical practitioner should be consulted to determine if any precautions should be taken. Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or those with sever liver or kidney disease is not known.
BLACK CUMIN (BLACK SEED) OIL NUTRIENT PROFILE
Black Seed (also known as Black Cumin; Nigella sativa ) is a part of the buttercup family and the seeds are dark, thin, and crescent shaped when whole. The seeds have been used for many centuries in the Middle East, the Mediterranean and India. Today, Black Cumin seeds are used as a seasoning spice in different cuisines across the world due to their nutty flavor. Besides their culinary uses, Black Cumin seeds also have a wealth of important health benefits and are one of the most cherished medicinal seeds in history.
Research shows that Black Cumin-Seed Oil contains more than 100 chemical compounds, including some yet to be identified, that work together synergistically. In addition to what is believed to be the primary active ingredient, crystalline nigellone, black cumin seeds contain: thymoquinone, beta sitosterol. myristic acid, palmitic acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, arachidonic acid, protein, vitamin B-1, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-3, folic acid, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, and phosphorous. Black Cumin-Seed oil is cold-pressed from the Black Cumin Seed herb, which contains about 28 to 35 percent oil. The oil is more concentrated than the seed itself, though the seed meal also contains fiber, protein, and carbohydrates. It is a rich source of polyunsaturated fatty acids (also known as essential fatty acids) which are the building blocks of cells and help the body produce Prostaglandin E1.
Black Cumin-Seed Oil contains the following Essential Fatty Acids:
- Myristic Acid (0.5%)
- Palmitic Acid (13.7%)
- Palmitoleic Acid (0.1%)
- Stearic Acid (2.6%)
- Oleic Acid (23.7%)
- Linoleic Acid [Omega-6] (57.9%)
- Linolenic Acid [Omega-3] (0.2%)
- Arachidic Acid (1.3%)
Black Cumin-Seeds contains the following nutrient components: Protein, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine, Niacin, Folacin, Calcium, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Phosphorus.
Black Cumin-Seed Oil is an excellent healer, and its areas of application range from external skin care (psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, joints and scalp massage) and to internal use as a treatment for various complaints (asthma, arthritis, immune system). One of black cuminís most popular and effective uses is the treatment of diseases related to the respiratory system, including asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism and cold symptoms. The seeds help increase body tone, stimulate menstrual period, and increasing the flow of breast milk in nursing mothers. Black Cumin-Seed Oil helps calm the nervous system, quells colic pain, stimulates urine production, helps treat pertussis, improves digestion and helps prevent and lower high blood pressure. The seeds are very effective in curing abscesses and tumors of the eye, abdomen and liver, probably due in great part to the anti-tumor compound beta-sitosterol found in the seeds.
Black Cumin-Seed Oil also stimulates body's energy and helps in recovery from fatigue and low spirits. It is an effective cure for skin conditions such as allergies, eczema, acne, psoriasis and boils. It is anti-parasitic and it treats flatulence, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, constipation and dysentery.
NOTE: Those who decide to use Black Cumin-Seed Oil should check labels and product information carefully. Black cumin is commonly referred to as black seed oil, black onion seed, black caraway, black sesame seed, and other names, but only Nigella sativa is true black cumin. Black Cumin-Seed Oil cold-pressed in the United States and is guaranteed 100% pure, fresh, and un-filtered. It does not contain any solvents like hexane which are common for imported oils that are generally dark and reddish in color.
BLACK CUMIN SEED OIL PROFILE
Botanical Name: Nigella sativa Origin: Israel (Egypt) Extraction: Cold pressed from whole seeds Shelf life: 2 years recommended Kosher Certified: No
Notes: Also known as Black Cumin oil, Black oil, or Black seed oil. Best if kept stored in a temperature controlled environment. Refrigeration is not necessary but recommended to help increase stability. Skin exposure to the undiluted oil will cause irritation to those with sensitivities. Not to be used while pregnant. For food and dietary use only.
Color: Deep Amber/Dark Odor: Characteristic with upper tones
Acid Value- 0.6
Peroxide Value- less then 0.4
Saponification Value- 183-195
Iodine Value- 110-125
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MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS
Mountain Rose Herbs: Black Cuman Seed Oil, Certified Organic Herbal Oils
Black Cumin oil or also known as Black Seed Oil, is a remarkable and highly prized nutritive oil that can be used in conjunction with your regular dietary regimen. Because of the unique cell structure of this oil, along with its high vitamin, mineral and essential fatty acid content, it is being employed for numerous ailments and deficiencies. Black Cumin oil is being deeply scrutinized by the scientific community, and the findings are very substantial and truth telling. Pure cold pressed oil from Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) seeds.
Mountain Rose Herbs: Black Seed (Nigella Sativa), Whole, Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS
Starwest Botanicals: Nigella Seed, Organic, 1 lb.
HerbsPro: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Life Extension, 500 mg, 60 Softgels (109052)
HerbsPro: Black Cumin Seed Oil With Bio Curcumin, Life Extension, 500 mg / 200 mg, 60 Softgels
HerbsPro: Black Seed Oil, Theramune Amazing Herbs, 1 fl. oz. (114876)
HerbsPro: Black Seed Oil, Theramune Amazing Herbs, 4 fl. oz. (72490)
Pure Black Seed Oil (Also known as Black Cumin Oil) is cold pressed and solvent free. One teaspoon daily with meals. Mix with juice or liquid for best taste. Refrigerate after opening.
HerbsPro: Black Seed Oil, Pure, African Red Tea Imports, 4 fl. oz. (83277)
HerbsPro: Black Seed Oil, Theramune Amazing Herbs, 8 fl. oz. (72491)
HerbsPro: Black Seed Plus Oil, North American Herb & Spice, 12 fl. oz. (74881)
Oil of Black Seed is the natural way to feed the cells of the body with a luscious aromatic oil. This is a top source of essential fatty acids among other vital nutrients. This is the true 100% cold-pressed Mediterranean black seed oil along with wild rosemary oil, wild oregano P73 oil, and organic garlic oil. Oil of Black Seed is a natural source of vitamin E, sterols, sterolins, and vital omega-3s, -6s, and -9s. Take one or more teaspoons daily. Makes a tasty addition to any food such as salad, soup, or vegetables. Also add to smoothies.
LIFE EXTENSION PRODUCTS
LEF: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Life Extension, 500 mg, 60 Softgels
By acting on both immune factors and inflammatory factors, Black Cumin Seed Oil supports a healthy immune system, which is increasingly important as we age, and facilitates a healthy inflammatory response.
LEF: Black Cumin Seed Oil with Bio-Curcumin, Life Extension, 60 Softgels
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Organic Nigella Sativa, Golden Lotus Botanicals, 2 oz.: GL
Kalyx: Black Seed (Black Cumin) Oil, Amazing Herbs, 4 fl. oz: HF
100% Pure Black Seed Oil (also known as Black Cumin Oil), cold-pressed and solvent free, 4 ounce amber bottle, 24 day supply.
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Virgin, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Organic Nigella Sativa, Golden Lotus Botanicals, 4 fl. oz: GL
Kalyx: Black Seed (Black Cumin) Oil, 8 fl. oz: HF
100% Pure Black Seed Oil (also known as Black Cumin Oil), cold-pressed and solvent free, 4 ounce amber bottle, 24 day supply.
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Organic Nigella Sativa, Golden Lotus, 8 fl oz.: GL
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Virgin, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 16 fl oz: C
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Organic Nigella Sativa, Golden Lotus Botanicals, 16 fl oz.: GL
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Organic Nigella Sativa, Golden Lotus Botanicals, 32 oz.: GL
Kalyx: Black Cumin Seed Oil, Virgin, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1 Gallon: C
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