How to Use Black Seed Oil and Your Health
How to Use and Apply Black Seed Oil.
Black seed oil, as well as black seed products in general, come in many forms. Black seed oil is obviously the most popular way to use black seeds, as it is the best for human consumption, and easy to add to anything. It can be bought by the bottle for easy use.
With a bottle of black seed oil, users can take it by the spoonful, add it to teas and drinks, or rub it into their skin. Bottled oil is a versatile way of getting the black seed nutrients into the body, as it allows for multiple avenues of absorption.
For adults: Take one (1) teaspoon, two (2) times daily, preferably with a meal or 30 minutes before eating. Can be added to a RAW food and/or drink.
Black seed oil has many benefits, observed in many cases and in many types of people, but what are the drawbacks? None, whatsoever.
Black seed oil hasn’t yet been known to have any ill side effects on those who take it. It’s a completely natural product made from a natural ingredient, and the effects so far, have only been good. The only problem is that in excess, the active ingredients in black seed oil can be dangerous, toxic, and paralytic, so moderation is key. Pregnant women aren’t advised to use it, but other than that, nearly everyone can benefit from it. However, it is safe for lactating women to consume.
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As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medicines you take with your health care providers.
For Freshness: Please store in the refrigerator after opening.
100% Pure Cold Pressed Black Seed (Nigella sativa L.) Oil.
FREE OF: Yeast, wheat, milk or milk derivatives, lactose, sugar, preservatives, soy, and artificial flavor(s). Sodium is less than 5 mg. per serving.
Black Seeds oil's composition is very rich and diverse. Aside from its primary ingredient, crysalline nigellone, Black Seed Oil contains fifteen (15) amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, both fixed oils (84% fatty acids, including linolenic and oleic), and volatile oils, alkaloids, saponin, and crude fiber, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, and potassium.
Amount Per Serving: (Serving Size 1 teaspoonful (5 ml)
Saturated Acid: 15.8%
Mono Saturated Acids: 23.6%
Polyunsaturated Acids: 52.2%