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More Black Seed Remedies and Uses from Amazing Herbs

Black Seed has over 1400 years history of use. Many ancient books and text suggest the following traditional uses for Black Seed. But please note, that these should not be understood as cures or treatments for any disease or illness.

Nervous Tension
A teaspoon of Black Seed Oil with a cup of tea makes you cool down and eliminates symptoms of tension.

Cough & Asthma
Rub the chest and the back with Black Seed Oil, drink three tablespoons of oil per day and inhale the vapor of a mixture of Black Seed Oil and Water.

Sluggishness & Laziness
A tablespoon of Black Seed Oil with orange juice in the morning for ten days (you will see the difference by yourself).

Activation of Memory and Quick Perception
A teaspoon of Black Seed Oil with 100mg of boiled mint for ten days.

Nausea and Vomiting
A teaspoon of ground cardamon plus a tablespoon of Black Seed Oil in boiled mint 3 times daily.

Heart Disease & Blood Vessel Stenosis
Drink Black Seed Oil continuously with any hot drink. This dissolves fats and dialates veins and arteries

Rub the forehead, temples and the sides of the head near the ears with Black Seed Oil, together with a teaspoon of the oil to be taken 3 times a day.

Hair Loss
Massage the scalp thoroughly with lemon and leave for 15 minutes. Wash with shampoo and water and after thoroughly drying apply Black Seed Oil to all the scalp. Repeat for one week.

Add a teaspoon of Black Seed Oil with your hot drink and also take two lobes of garlic every morning before breakfast. Massage the body with Black seed Oil and expose your body to sun rays for an half an hour once every three days. Repeat for about one month.

Prepare a mixture of a cup of Black Seed (whole), a cup of water cress seeds, half a cup of pomegranate peel and half a cup of fenugreek seeds. Grind the mixture into a fine powder. Take half a spoon of the mixture together with a teaspoon of Black Seed Oil daily before breakfast for one month

Sexual Impotency
Mix 200g of ground Black Seed with olive oil + 100g of ground olibanum + 50g of Black Seed Oil + 50g of water cress oil + 50g of olive oil + 200g of pure bee honey. Mix thoroughly and take a tablespoon after each meal. This will restore vitality even late after menopause.

Inhale the vapor of Black Seed and drink a tablespoon of Black Seed Oil with lemon juice in the morning and in the evening.

According to tradition, the Prophet Muhammad described black seed as a cure for every disease except death. The great physician Ibn Sina (980–1037), better known as Avicenna, stated that black seed works as an expectorant, stimulates the body’s energy and helps overcome fatigue and dispiritedness.

How to use:

Eat black seeds plain;
Eat a teaspoon of black seed mixed with honey;
Boil black seed with water. Strain and drink;
Heat black seed and warm milk until it just begins to boil. Remove from heat. Cool, then drink;
Grind black seed and swallow it with water or milk;
Sprinkle on bread and pastries;
Burn black seed with bukhoor (incense) for a pleasant scent.

In the kitchen: Black seed is aromatic with a slight peppery flavor. It is one of the distinct flavors of Arab pastries. It is often sprinkled on breads and cheese. It is heated with milk for flavor. It is eaten ground with honey or with cakes and pastries.

Remedies across Arabia: In Arabia, black seed remains a traditional remedy for asthma, coughs, stomach aches, abdominal pain, colic, general fatigue, rheumatism, mouth and larynx diseases, skin diseases and cancer. It is also believed to strengthen a mother after childbirth; stimulate menstruation, urination and liver functions; aid digestion; dissolve kidney stones; and increase intelligence. Black seed is used to beautify skin, nourish hair and stimulate hair growth.

Did you know?

Black seed was found in Tutankhamen’s tomb. This suggests that black seed had an important role in ancient Egypt, since it was customary to place in tombs items needed for the afterlife.

In the Old Testament, the prophet Isaiah contrasts Nigella (black cumin) with wheat. (See Isaiah 28:25-27)

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