Black cumin (black seed) oil is cold-pressed and crude and it has strong anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant, antihistamines and analgesic effect. It contains large amounts of essential unsaturated fatty acids (about 1% omega-3, 58% omega-6 and 25% omega-9) for proper functioning of the organism. It’s rich in vitamin A, C and E as well as biotin, sterols and micronutrients.
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Black cumin (black seed) oil (Nigella sativa) was already used thousands years ago. It’s called "Gold of the Pharaohs", mainly because it was found in the Tutankhamun’s tomb dated 3300 before Christ. In Arab cultures, nigella sativa is called the "seed of blessing". In Islam the Prophet Muhammad said that it is "a remedy for all diseases except death". It is used, among others, in Muslim, Greek, Roman and Ayurvedic medicine.
The most beneficial components of black seed oil are thymoquinone and nigellon – strong anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and antihistamines substances; as well as melatin with analgesic properties.
Serve with cold dishes, use 1-2 spoons a day.
Black seed oil has a slightly bitter and spicy-peppery flavour and can be light and dark brown. Sold in dark glass bottles.
It needs to be stored in a fridge due to the content of unsaturated fatty acids, however, it will not quickly become rancid as it naturally contains vitamin E with antioxidant properties.
Read more about manufacturer Ol'Vita.
You might receive a bottle with Polish or English label.
Some of the information is obtained from generally available sources.
|Saturated Fat in 100g||16g|
|Monounsaturated Fat in 100g||25g|
|Polyunsaturated Fat in 100g||58g|