Black Seed Individual Tea Bags (25 bags), Oil, Hair Dressing, Body Butter, Beard Treatment

Black Seed Individual Tea Bags (25 bags), Oil, Hair Dressing, Body Butter, Beard Treatment

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This magickal seed has been known to carry over 100 healing compounds incl., vitamins B1, B2 & B3. These seeds are rich in calcium, folic acid, iron, copper & zinc.

Black Seed is a plant native to southwest Asia that has a bitter like taste including a faint smell of strawberries.

It’s typically used in candies and liquors, as well as used medicinally.

In many Arab, Asian, and African countries, these powerful seeds are used as a natural remedy for a wide range of diseases and various allergies.

Black seed can be used orally for treating gastrointestinal conditions including gas, colic, diarrhea, dysentery, constipation and hemorrhoids. Also used orally for the following conditions:

  • Respiratory conditions
    • Asthma
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Bronchitis
    • Emphysema
    • Flu
    • Swine flu
    • Congestion

In addition, black seed is used orally for hypertension, hyperlipidemia, cancer, and intestinal worms. Ladies... Black Seed has also been used orally for birth control, stimulation of menstruation, and increasing milk flow.

Having issues with inflammation? Black seed is used topically for inflammatory conditions including rheumatism, headache and skin conditions.

In the past, black seed has been used for headache, toothache, nasal congestion, and intestinal worms. It has also been used for conjunctivitis, abscesses, and parasites. When combined with cysteine, vitamin E, and saffron, black seed is used to decrease cisplatin-induced side effects.

 

Black seed oil is extracted from the seeds of Nigella sativa

 

Dosage Provided Below

As we should know, the correct dosage of ANY supplement requires a comprehensive analysis of many factors  including your age, sex, health conditions, DNA, and lifestyle.

 

  • For opiate addiction, 500 mg of dried black seeds has been used three times daily for up to twelve days.
  • For allergies, 40-80 mg/kg daily of black seed oil has been used three times daily for up to eight weeks.
  • For anxiety, half a teaspoon of Nigella sativa oil has been taken with herbal tea based on traditional use.
  • For arthritis, one teaspoon of Nigella sativa oil with one teaspoon of olive oil has been administered three times a day for arthritis, based on traditional use.
  • For bruises, one teaspoon of Nigella sativa oil with one teaspoon of olive oil has been taken three times daily, based on traditional use.
  • For cold symptoms, based on traditional use, 1 teaspoon of Nigella sativa oil has been ingested three times a daily.
  • For diabetes, Nigella sativa oil 2.5mL twice daily for six weeks, in addition to existing metformin, has been used.
  • For diarrhea, based on traditional use, 1 teaspoon of Nigella sativa oil with a cup of yogurt has been taken twice daily.
  • For headache, based on traditional use, 1/2 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil has been drunk after a meal three times daily.
  • For hyperlipidemia, Nigella sativa oil 2.5mL twice daily for six weeks, in addition to existing antilipemic agents, has been used.
  • For hypertension, 100 and 200 mg of boiled extract has been taken twice daily for eight weeks. Based on traditional use, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil has been drunk in any hot drink and taken with two cloves of garlic before breakfast.
  • For influenza, based on traditional use, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil has been taken three times daily.
  • For muscle soreness, based on traditional use, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil with 1 tsp. of olive oil has been taken three times daily.
  • For respiratory disorders, Nigella sativa aqueous boiled extract (0.375mL/kg of a 50mg/mL solution) for two months has been used.
  • For asthma, 15mL/kg of a 0.1% boiled extract has been taken daily for three months. For asthma, 50 or 100 mg/kg of boiled extract Nigella sativa has been also used. Based on traditional use, the back and chest have also been rubbed with Nigella sativa oil. Inhalation of vapor of boiling water with 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil with a towel over the head has been implemented.
  • For rheumatic diseases, based on traditional use, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil with 1 tsp. of olive oil has been ingested three times daily.
  • For Sinusitis, based on traditional use, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil has been taken daily in chronic sinusitis cases; in acute sinusitis cases, 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil has been taken three times daily.
  • For stomach disorders, based on traditional use, mint tea with lemon has been ingested with 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil three times a day or until symptoms are relieved.
  • For alopecia (hair loss), based on traditional use, first the scalp is stroked thoroughly with lemon, left for 15 minutes, then washed and dried; then 1/2-1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil is applied.
  • As an antifungal (applied to the skin), based on traditional use, the affected area is wiped with cider vinegar; then Nigella sativa oil is applied and repeated if necessary.
  • For atopic dermatitis, an ointment containing 15% black seed oil has been applied for four weeks without evidence of benefit. For colic, based on traditional use, Nigella sativa oil is warmed in the hand; then the whole abdomen is massaged.
  • For cough, based on traditional use, the back and chest is rubbed with Nigella sativa oil. Inhalation of vapor of boiling water with 1 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil with a towel over the head has also been used.
  • For earache, based on traditional use, 1/2 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil is mixed with 1/2 tsp. of olive oil; then it is warmed and dripped into the ear; then a hat or scarf is placed over the ear.
  • For headache, based on traditional use, the forehead and sides of the head and part of the face near the ears are rubbed with Nigella sativa oil.
  • For acne, based on traditional use, inhalation of vapor of hot water with 1/2 tsp. of Nigella sativa oil with a towel over the head has been used.
  • For sinusitis, based on traditional use, inhalation of Nigella sativa oil through the nose via a vapor bath has been used.
  • For the treatment of allergies in children, 40-80 mg/kg daily of black seed oil has been used three times daily for up to eight weeks.
  • For the treatment of epilepsy in children, aqueous extract of Nigella sativa seed (40 mg/kg per hour) has been used as an adjunct therapy for four weeks.

 

Taking Back Your Holistic Traditions

 

Black Seed Oil can be applied directly to the preferred areas of skin for hydration, to soothe acne, burns, and other unwanted blemishes, and to reduce the appearance of the signs of aging, such as fine lines.

 

Fades dark spots and discoloration

Use the product every day consistently and can fade dark spots, & slow down aging appearance. The vitamin A, amino acids, and fatty acids collaborates to regenerate skin cells, reducing the appearance of that discoloration over time.

The nutrients contained in the black seed inhibit melanin production and enhance skin glow.

known to fight and prevent cancer, allergies, bacteria & fungal infections. These seeds also lowers high blood pressure and cholesterol levels while helping with any digestive disorders. 

Black seeds has also been used for hair loss prevention

Black Seed properties can help maintain scalp health by addressing issues such as dandruff while keeping the scalp moisturized

Thymoquinone, an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound in the oil, fights skin diseases caused by bacteria and fungus.  Thymoquinone contains proteins, alkaloids, and saponins that boost hair growth and slow down the aging process of cells, thus preventing hair thinning. It reduces hair fall caused due to inflammation of hair follicles.

Black seed oil regulates imbalanced hair growth cycle and activates the hair follicles. It nourishes your hair, increases its shine, and eliminates scalp dryness. 

Black seed oil regulates imbalanced hair growth cycle and activates the hair follicles. It nourishes your hair, increases shine, and eliminates scalp dryness.

Prevents Graying

Black seed oil is also known for its effectiveness in preventing and reversing graying. It contains linoleic acid that prevents the depletion of the pigment cells in your follicles. It is an effective treatment for people who have vitiligo, a skin condition where patches of skin lose their pigment over time

Conditions Hair

Sebum, the natural oil produced in your scalp, keeps your hair moisturized and nourished. Not everyone’s scalp produces the same amount of sebum, making hair types range from dry to oily. Black seed oil normalizes the oil production on your scalp. This ensures that your hair remains well conditioned without becoming too greasy.

The oil is in fatty amino acids. These amino acids help seal moisture in your hair shaft, thus easing frizz and making it more manageable.

Prevents Damage

Free radicals can wreak havoc on your scalp and hair. Black seed oil contains antioxidants that neutralize the effects of free radicals on your hair. This helps keep your hair and scalp healthy and damage-free

 

Promotes Blood Circulation

Black seed oil contains omega-3 and 6 biomolecules that encourage blood circulation, especially in the head. This promotes rapid hair growth within weeks.

You can use kalonji oil alone or in combination with other ingredients to boost hair growth. Following is a list of kalonji oil remedies that will arrest hair fall and promote hair regrowth.

 

 

 

 

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