Black Seed Oil - Nigella Sativa: Benefits, Uses, Effects?


Black Seed Oil - Nigella Sativa: Benefits, Side Effects, Uses, Dosage, Warnings?
From the past of the FUTURE PLAN

Known as "the seed Benedict" for thousands of years and a large portion of the world population, is considered one of the most valuable herbal medicine herbs of all times to reduce the risk and fight existing diseases, acting as a strengthener of the immune system.

More and more scientific studies show that the disease arises from an imbalance or dysfunction of the immune system.
Muhammad said: "can heal everything except death" and this does not seem an exaggeration: it can easily be seen as a natural cure for almost everything, and, as such, was considered by the ancient Romans with the name of 'Roman Coriander '.
It 'an annual plant cultivated in Europe, North Africa and Asia and has no relationship with any herb commonly used in cooking in Europe under the name of white cumin or fennel. The term 'Sativa' simply means 'cultivated'.

The Nigella Sativa is very rich in nutritional principles, contains as many as eight of the nine essential amino acids, and over a hundred valuable components so as to be a 'symphony of vital substances' including: arginine, ascorbic acid, glutamic acid, calcium, carbohydrates, carotene, cysteine, iron, lysine, magnesium, minerals, potassium, protein, selenium, vitamins A-B1-B2-C, zinc.

Also rich in valuable unsaturated essential fatty acids, nutrients and soothing, that our body is not able to produce and offer a strong capability purifying and anti-inflammatory properties: it made ​​extensive use of the Pharaohs and Cleopatra so that today in certain localities is also called 'oil Cleopatra'.

In some places it is also curiously called "Love in the Mist" (Love in the Mist).
Until recently some products now widely used were unknown in Italy, for example Ginseng: one can easily predict that Nigella and will soon be widely appreciated, even just as a tonic salutariness.

No contraindications, if used correctly, except the intake in pregnancy for its abortifacient effects.

Effective against: bacteria - fungi - parasites - worms - inflammation - oxidation - ulcers - fever.
Advantages: immunomodulator - restores blood glucose and pressure.


Pain and Stiffness: in all joints, especially with rheumatism
Gas: induces the expulsion of gas from the stomach and intestine (carminative)
Intestine: promotes the expulsion of parasites
Milk: increase in breastfeeding
Menstruation: stimulus and regulation
Organs: liver detoxification-growth-renal function, etc.
Skin: accommodation problems and deep cleaning
Blood detoxification and normalization pressure
Secretions increase: phlegm, mucus from the respiratory tract and other
Stimulation, energizing and tonicizzazione
Stomach and digestive stimulant
and the general state of health ...
- Increase immune system function
- Increase in interferon production
- Increase in the number of B cells
- Powerful antihistamine effect, antioxidant, antibiotic and antifungal

Perfect for Nigella expression "Serendipity" or 'ability to make happy discoveries'.
From Africa to Northern Europe as far as China was and is used as a replacement and black pepper. The aromatic seeds Black Cumin resemble the smell fennel and nutmeg-like flavor.

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