Black cumin oil 500ml & 1L
We no longer need to introduce habba saouda oil, or black cumin oil, as its reputation has spanned the centuries, since it was mentioned in numerous prophetic hadiths as curing everything except death.
(Our nigella oil is cold-pressed every month. The last one was in March 2023. Preserved in anti-UV glass bottles to preserve its quality. Oil analyzed in a French laboratory)
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Renowned for its many benefits, particularly on the immune system, our black cumin oil from Ethiopia is renowned for its quality.
Used for thousands of years throughout the Mediterranean region, the Arabs nicknamed it "Habbatul baraka", the seed of blessing.
The Prophet Mohammed, peace and salvation be upon him, encouraged us to consume it, in accordance with this hadith: "There is in the black seed a remedy against every evil, except sam (sam is death)". (Sahih Al Bukhari hadith number 5688)
The natural origin of black cumin oil
The botanical name for black cumin is "nigella sativa", an extraordinary plant in many respects.
From this plant comes the oil we produce, which is extracted by cold pressing from the seeds, so that the virtues present in the seed are found in the oil, to your great delight.
We'd like to make it clear that the black cumin oil we produce is the result of ancient know-how.
As previously mentioned, the oil is cold-extracted, no chemicals or additives are added, and no other oil is added: nigella, nigella, nigella!
Benefits of black cumin oil
Black cumin oil has many benefits, and is a must-have at home for both preventive and curative use. In fact, it can..:
- Prevent many cancers, notably colon and lung cancer,
- Treat type 1 and 2 diabetes,
- Treat digestive problems,
- Eliminate bloating and stomach cramps,
- Accelerate hair growth,
- Facilitate and accelerate wound healing,
- Eliminate staphylococcal infections,
- Acts on both internal and external infections, and autoimmune diseases,
- Treats respiratory problems such as asthma,
- Used to eliminate allergies,
- Effectively combats eczema, acne and skin infections,
- Reduce or even eliminate skin inflammation,
- Acts on rheumatism,
- Effectively regenerate the epidermis,
- Soften and soothe the skin,
- Tones skin and hair,
- Destroy abscesses.
Recommendations for use
Black cumin oil has antioxidant properties, and is your daily ally.
"This popular saying is well-suited to black cumin oil, which can be used in a variety of ways, depending on the ailment:
Solution to relieve internal ailments:
For internal ailments, the oil should be ingested, but like castor oil (cod-liver oil for connoisseurs), its taste can be disconcerting at first..
A teaspoonful at mealtimes may help you swallow the pill better!
You can also combine nigella oil with honey, so choose the honey best suited to your ailments, and the benefits of nigella oil and honey will be combined, giving you a powerful natural remedy.
Solution for external ailments:
You can use it as a purifying scrub for normal or combination skin, or as a purifying mask or treatment.
You can also apply black cumin oil directly to the affected area. If it's a wound, be sure to disinfect it first.
You can also treat hematomas and other aches and pains, whether muscular or articular, with a black cumin oil massage.
As you can see, black cumin oil can be applied topically, either pure or mixed with another vegetable oil.
Solution for skin problems:
You can use this oil if you have problem skin, and you see the appearance of small pimples, the oil will act to prevent this appearance.
Applied topically, it acts on a wide range of ailments and is ideal for dry skin.
As it is also an anti-aging treatment, it can be used as a complement to other plant oils.
Solution for hair problems:
Use on dry, brittle and dull hair.
Problem scalps can also benefit from this oil.
Other ailments, same solution:
Our oil can also be used to treat brittle and fragile nails.
Precautions for use
To preserve all its therapeutic qualities and natural properties, black cumin oil should be stored away from moisture and at room temperature.
The shelf life of this oil will depend directly on its storage conditions, so keep it below 20 degrees Celsius.
It is worth remembering that this oil should not be applied to sensitive skin, unless diluted with another vegetable oil.
If your skin problems persist, don't hesitate to consult a dermatologist.
Do not apply this oil to the eyes, around the eyes or on mucous membranes.
Before applying this oil, perform a sensitivity test on the crease of your elbow to check that you can tolerate it.
If you are pregnant, we advise against using this oil.
Consult a doctor if your problems persist.