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Re: Breast Cancer and Nigella Sativa Results
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Published: 7 years ago
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Re: Breast Cancer and Nigella Sativa Results

use black Nigella seeds all the time. I've never thought of them medicinally. I don't consider them tasteless.

I love the taste and use them regularly instead of caraway to flavor my rye breads.

Also, love them in Armenian string cheese.

I use them in many Indian spice blends and in a wonderful Moroccan spice mix that I use called Ras-el-Hanout which I use in Tagines, couscous, and crock-pot dishes.

They are also known a Kalonji seeds which is how I buy them.

The article you site uses the name black cumin----I would not use that name when asking for them because there is another product with the same name.

By the way you can make a tea out of it by grinding the seeds to release some of the oils---putting them in an infuser

and pouring hot water over them ---add a little bit of vanilla, a little milk and honey if you like.

Nice to know that one of my favorite spices is actually healthy!

Thanks for the info

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