- Asthma – research has shown that the use of black cumin seed oil in people with asthma significantly contributes to better control of asthma symptoms and improves lung function (a study conducted on 80 people with asthma over 4 weeks).1
- Allergies – the use of black cumin seed oil in the first two weeks showed a reduction in symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, tearing, itchy nose and eyes (a study conducted on 66 patients with an average age of 47 years with allergic rhinitis for 30 days).2
- Cholesterol – the use of black cumin seed oil significantly contributed to the reduction of total cholesterol, triglycerides and low-density lipoprotein (a study conducted on 88 subjects who took 2 g of black cumin for 4 weeks).3
- In osteoarthritis – topical application of Egyptian black cumin seed oil is effective in reducing pain in people with knee osteoarthritis (study conducted on 60 elderly people over 30 days).4
1Koshak, A., Wei, L., Koshak, E., Wali, S., Alamoudi, O. (2017) Nigella sativa Supplementation Improves Asthma Control and Biomarkers: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial. Phytother.Res. /2Nikakhlagh S, Rahim F, Aryani FH, Syahpoush A, Brougerdnya MG, Saki N. (2011) Herbal treatment of allergic rhinitis the use of Nigella sativa. Am. J. Otolarynogol. 32(5):4027. /3Sabzghabaee, A.M., Dianatkhah, M.m Sarrafzadegan, N. Asgary, S., Ghannadi, A. (2012) Clinical evaluation of Nigella sativa seeds for the treatment of hyperlipidemia: a randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Med.Arh. 66(3): 198-200. /4Tuna, H.I., Babadag, B., Ozkaraman, A., Balci Alparslan, G. (2018) Investigation of the effect of black cumin oil on pain in osteoarthritis geriatric individuals. Complement. Ther. Clin. Pract. 31, 290294.
cold-pressed black cumin seed oil (Nigella sativa L.) 500 mg / soft gel shell (fish gelatin, glycerin, water), vitamin E (α-tocopherol)
As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) soft gel 2 times daily, preferably with a meal.
Do you know?
The black cumin plant has many different names. For example, in Old Latin it is called “Panacea” which means “to cure everything”, while in Arabic it is called “Habbah Sawda” or “Habbat el Baraka” in translation “Seed of Blessing”.