10 Amazing Health Benefits And Uses Of Black Seed Oil

 Have you ever heard about black seed oil? 

Did you know that people use this oil for thousands  of years because of its therapeutic benefits? 

Original from Nigella sativa, a small plant with purple, blue, or white flowers that grows in East Europe, West Asia, and the Middle East, black seed has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

And did you know that they are also known as  black cumin seeds, black cumin, kalonji, and black onion? 

According to scientists of different expertise, some of the benefits of black seed oil include: 

Helps with Weight Loss

According to studies, a black seed supplement can help reduce the body mass index (BMI). 

Helps with Cancer Prevention 

Recent study show that the thymoquinone found  in black seed oil can trigger programmed cell death,  also known as apoptosis, in different types of cancer cells. 

Contributes to Kidney and Liver Functions 

According to a study from 2013, black seed oil can reduce issues related to  hepatic and kidney diseases, and also improve these organs' structures. 

Improves cases of Diabetes

According to a paper from the Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism, black seed oil has anti-diabetic properties and can improve blood sugar levels. 

Helps with Infertility 

Research done on men with abnormal sperm and infertility issues found that black seed oil can improve sperm movement and also increase sperm count and semen volume. 

Also, according to studies,  the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects  of black seed oil can improve acne.

And, if all these benefits weren't enough,  black seed oil can also hydrate your hair. 

If you have any of the health issues we mentioned above and want to try black seed oil, we suggest you talk to your doctor first to learn  about any possible drug interactions and also discuss the benefits and side-effects of the supplement. 

As with any other supplements, pregnant or nursing women must talk to their doctors before using black seed oil. And, if you want to use it topically, it is necessary to do an allergy test on a small area of your arm, to avoid any skin reactions. 

You must also be careful to keep the oil away from your eyes, nose, and other sensitive parts of the body. Ingesting black seed oil might cause digestive issues, such as stomachaches, constipation, and vomiting.


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