Black cumin oil is used in soups, cereals, vegetable dishes, sauces and salads. It is added to pickles when pickling tomatoes, cucumbers, mushrooms and watermelons, when cabbage is sour, as well as spicy seasoning in many dishes. Due to the acute, light-bitter taste of black cumin oil, freshly baked homemade bread and other pastries cooked with its use, are especially delicious and aromatic. This oil can be mixed with juices or consumed separately, washed down with warm tea to weaken its spicy smell.

Unrefined and non-deodorized

Black cumin oil

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Produced by means of mechanical operation using the method of the first cold pressing

This delicious, extraordinarily aromatic oil extract of black cumin is made by the method of infusion of the seeds of black cumin on unrefined sunflower oil.

In the production of black cumin oil by the cold pressing method, alkali treatment and extraction method are not used, hexane fraction is not used, no chemical additives and dyes are used. Its molecules are kept “alive” and natural. The oils produced in this way are the most valuable for nutritional and medicinal properties, they retain all the necessary and useful elements and vitamins, which are very well perceived by alive cells.

Cooked based on unrefined vegetable oils, the food, besides the excellent taste, is also very useful, since it does not cause obesity and blockage of blood vessels. Such food even helps to lose weight.

Having decided on unrefined vegetable oils, we cleanse our bodies, improve the condition of internal organs, look and feel much better.

Unrefined oils, when used on a daily basis, not only treat, but also prevent the appearance of many age-related diseases and diseases caused by unhealthy urban ecology: sclerosis, obesity, gastritis, impotence, etc. … Therefore, instead of taking expensive medicinal drugs of chemical origin, sold in pharmacies, or to purchase widely advertised, unknown from what made dietary supplements (biologically active additives), it is better to switch to natural unrefined vegetable oils, cold pressed, carrying all the positive healing power of plants.

And for good reason it is that one of the most popular traditional medicine is unrefined oils. And traditional medicine, unlike the official one, is so good that it uses exclusively natural remedies in its arsenal, most of which have no contraindications and side effects.

Any unrefined vegetable oil obtained by the method of cold pressing has the highest food and medicinal value, in contrast to the refined oil obtained by the extraction method. When obtaining oil by the method of cold pressing, the maximum of vitamins, minerals and biologically active substances, which determine the various unique properties of this oil, is preserved. Unfortunately, at present the other method of obtaining edible vegetable oils is mainly used – the extraction method. With this method, oil is much worse, but with extraction, the yield of oil is much higher than when it is produced by cold pressing, and therefore the cost of extraction of refined oil is always incommensurably lower than it is of unrefined oil. Because of this, unfortunately, on the shelves of supermarkets and pharmacies today it is very difficult to find a real unrefined vegetable oil made by cold pressing. And what we see on the shelves is cheap, refined vegetable oils!

Black cumin oil is used in soups, cereals, vegetable dishes, sauces and salads. It is added to pickles when pickling tomatoes, cucumbers, mushrooms and watermelons, when cabbage is sour, as well as spicy seasoning in many dishes. Due to the acute, light-bitter taste of black cumin oil, freshly baked homemade bread and other pastries cooked with its use, are especially delicious and aromatic. This oil can be mixed with juices or consumed separately, washed down with warm tea to weaken its spicy smell.

Oil of black cumin more than two thousand years is used in the Muslim world as a rare and effective medicinal product. The healing effect of oil of black cumin was known even in the times of Hippocrates and Dioscorides. Avicenna claimed that it increases the vital energy of a person, helps in the fight against fatigue and overwork. Since the rulers of the Middle East used the oil of black cumin to maintain health and longevity, it was named “royal oil”.

The oil of black cumin has a high concentration of many strong human active biologically active substances.

Saturation with a natural antibiotic and various natural stimulants of the immune system allows the oil of black cumin to have an anti-inflammatory and bactericidal effect. It is also effective as a means of combating external infections – parasites and fungi.

Oil of black cumin has a common analgesic and soothing effect, and also has antispasmodic properties.

Since the oil of black cumin possesses choleretic and diuretic properties, it is successfully used in the treatment of gastrointestinal and gallbladder diseases.

Destroying the bacteria of pathogens of various diseases (including even cholera), the oil of black cumin does not have a common but local effect and therefore does not affect the development of normal intestinal microflora and does not cause dysbiosis.

The richness of the oil of black cumin with the supreme essential polyunsaturated fatty acids OMEGA-3, OMEGA-6 and OMEGA-9, as well as the essential oils and vitamins B, E, C, A, D, PP, K contained in it makes it irreplaceable for prophylaxis fragility of blood vessels, strengthening them and increasing their elasticity. And this, in turn, contributes to lowering blood pressure, preventing the formation of blood clots, reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood. Essential OMEGA acids, contained in the oil of black cumin, improve the condition of the skin, help improve the state of the cardiovascular system and normalize the hormonal background and lipid metabolism, and also give the oil high anti-inflammatory properties. Black cumin oil contains a large number of valuable irreplaceable components, such as: macro- and microelements (calcium, potassium, iron, manganese, selenium, zinc, phosphorus, copper), amino acids, flavonoids, phytosterols, tannins and coumarins, saponins and enzymes, Limonene, carvone, beta-sitosterol.

High antioxidant properties of black cumin oil have a positive effect on the functioning of the muscular system, increase the endurance of the body and strengthen its reproductive system. Due to plant hormones and a mass of other useful components, black cumin oil, when systematically used, increases libido and potency, helps treat female and male infertility.

Neutralizing the effect of free radicals, the oil of black cumin speeds up their excretion from the body.

Black cumin oil has a good wound healing ability, actively stimulates regeneration processes in damaged areas of the skin and mucous membranes, affects the production of the body’s own collagen, helps to normalize blood glucose levels.

Due to the high content of phytosterols, the oil of black cumin possesses strong bactericidal, choleretic and immunostimulating properties and lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood.

According to the results of research by American and Indonesian scientists, the oil of black cumin (Nigella Sativa) proved to be not only a strong remedy that increases human immunity, but also surpassed by its antibacterial properties the five most powerful antibiotics. It proved to be an effective remedy even against such bacteria, which have the strongest resistance to medical preparations.

Systematic consumption of black cumin oil is an excellent prophylaxis of cardiovascular, endocrine and oncological (in particular, blood cancer) diseases.

Oil of black cumin has a beneficial effect on the skin of the face. Due to its bactericidal, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antiallergic properties, black cumin oil is successfully used in the treatment of acne, eczema, dermatitis, urticaria, psoriasis, various skin lesions having a fungal nature, warts, herpes, lichen and various dermatoses.

For preventive purposes, the oil of black cumin is recommended to take 1 tbsp. 2 times a day an hour before eating.

To improve digestion, oil of black cumin is recommended after eating.

Black cumin oil has excellent cosmetology properties: it makes hair stronger, prevents its loss, stimulates its growth, helps restore its original natural color. When caring for the skin, the oil of black cumin has a nourishing, softening, cleansing, tonic, tightening and smoothing action.

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