NIGELLA SATIVA – A miracle herb – called Black cumin or Black Caraway – 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.
It is the powerful anti-inflammatory compounds were probably the main reason why King Tut was found to have a bottle of black seed oil with him in his tomb , wishing to take it to the afterlife.
“Use Black seed regularly, since it is a cure for every disease except death” (Prophet Muhammad) , and its many uses have earned Black Cumin the Arabic approbation “The Blessed Seed“ – Macroscopically, seeds are small dicotyledonous, trigonus, angular, regulose-tubercular, 2-3.5mm×1-2 mm, black externally and white inside, odor slightly aromatic and taste bitter. Microscopically, transverse section of seed shows single layered epidermis consisting of elliptical, thick walled cells, covered externally by a papillose cuticle and filled with dark brown contents.
The seeds of Nigella sativa are used as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Nigella sativa oil is jam packed with essential nutrients for healthy skin, including vitamins A, B, and C, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, trace elements and omega oils. These all help restore the natural health and vitality of the skin, as well as any recovery and repair needed.
Thanks to black seed oils high antioxidant levels, essential nutrients and anti-inflammatory effects, black seed oil may even help reduce inflammation in the case of skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.
If the skin condition is related to an allergy, then as a natural anti-histamine, Black seed oil