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Black Seed Oil

Healthy Habits; Black Seed Oil

This oil is made from cold-pressed black cumin seeds and has many healing and nourishing benefits when taken internally as well as when applied topically. Essential fatty acids (Omega-3-6-9), B vitamins, iron, manganese, magnesium, calcium and fiber can all be found in its nutrition profile and over 600 peer-reviewed studies have been done on its efficacy in treating and preventing many diseases.

Here are some of the health benefits of taking organic, cold-pressed black cumin seed oil: improves cognitive function; relieves pain; helps with asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory disorders; protects the kidneys and liver; antibacterial and antiviral; helps prevent ulcers; alleviates arthritis; promotes milk production in lactating women; antioxidant; boosts the immune system; helps control blood pressure; antifungal; helps with weight loss; helps with diabetes (supports beta cells that make insulin); anti-inflammatory; alleviates allergy symptoms; regulates menstruation; helps in lowering cholesterol; treats cold and flu symptoms; promotes optimal digestion; and can prevent as well as help cure cancer and other diseases (protects cells from oxidation and free radicals/antioxidant).

You can purchase black cumin seed oil or the capsules. Choose 100% organic, whole black cumin seed oil that is cold-pressed and unfiltered. If you get the capsules, you can take those according to the dosage recommendation on the bottle. If you purchase the oil, you can take it with honey or add it into your favorite salad dressing or smoothie.

Black seed oil can be applied topically to your skin and hair and is moisturizing, protective, healing and nourishing.

It treats rashes, acne, eczema, psoriasis and other skin irritations. When applied to the scalp and hair, it encourages hair growth. Because of its pain relieving properties, it can also be applied topically to relieve pain.

You can create your own hair and face masks by combining black seed oil with one or more of the following: avocado oil, coconut oil, shea butter, olive oil, jojoba oil, flax seed oil and almond oil, along with a drop or two of essential oils such as lavender (lavandula angustifolia) and rosemary, especially for hair and scalp.

Be Well and God Bless You,

Jennifer Wimmer

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