The black cumin seed, also known by its scientific name as nigella sativa or kalonji, belongs to the buttercup family of flowering plants. The good thing about black cumin seeds is that you can use them to address digestive tract conditions such as colic, gas, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, constipation, and dysentery. Black seeds can also address respiratory conditions such as allergies, flu, congestion, cough, asthma, swine flu, and emphysema. Another unique factor of black cumin seeds is that they are versatile and have plenty of health benefits. These seeds have been used for over three thousand years to help cope with various diseases.
Black cumin seeds owe their name to their color. Pleasant aroma and flavor are vibrant and hard to describe. The taste of black cumin is a mix between the tang of onions, oregano, and black pepper. Although, some people believe the flavor is more similar to nutmeg. The aroma resembles fennel. But overall, Egyptian black seeds are unique.
Are you turned off by the taste of black seed oil? Our potent Elixir is Black Cumin Seed that does not leave the awful taste in your throat and mouth.
Our Black Cumin Seeds are sourced from Turkey.
How To Use:
Dose 1ml under tongue 1-3 times per day as needed.
2oz = 60ml
Ingredients: Organic Black Cumin Seeds, organic vodka, filtered water
No sweeteners added.
To order our Alcohol-Free Elixir...please scroll down our 'size' menu and choose H2O Version. Otherwise you are ordering our Potent Elixir which contains Vodka.
H2O Version Ingredients: Organic Black Cumin Seeds (Nigella sativa) & filtered water (ONLY H2O Version MUST KEEP REFRIGERATED)
Safety Considerations: Keep away from children. Consult with your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication. Test a drop or two on the inside of your wrist for any allergic reactions. DO NOT use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. The effects of black cumin on pregnant women have not been tested extensively, so they should be cautious or speak with their doctors before taking it. Patients undergoing chemotherapy should also discuss taking the supplement with doctors because it may interfere with radiation treatments.
- Pregnant women should avoid taking black cumin products because it can slow or stop contractions. Also, it could affect breastfeeding as well.
- Since it can lower blood pressure, people who have problems with low blood pressure should not take it.
- Since it has shown to lower blood sugar levels, Type 2 diabetics should be careful about taking it with medications that lower blood sugar, like metformin, glipizide, or insulin, as it can lower their blood sugar to dangerous levels.
- If you plan to have surgery, stop taking black cumin products about two weeks prior to the date of your procedure.
- Do not take black cumin if you have a bleeding disorder as it can make it worse. Also, be cautious about taking it with blood thinners like warfarin, coumadin, and aspirin.
We are unable to give medical advice since we are not doctors. Any correspondence requesting medical advice will receive NO response.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Use at your own risk.