Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil [Food Grade]
Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil, or Black Seed Oil, has been nick-named “the cure for everything but death” It’s for our skin, brilliant for supporting weight loss and studies even state it is effective at regulating blood sugar when taken internally.
Wild As The Wind Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil is a food grade oil and is, therefore, suitable fo rinternal consumption.
★★★★★ 5 Star Etsy Review What can I say about this bottle of life changing magic? I’ve suffered chronic IBS for 30 years, which has been a debilitating struggle, then I met Rachel, she advised 45 drops in warm water a day…WOW, my body is functioning after only 3 weeks, I’ll be honest, I’ve bought 3 more bottles so I don’t run out, and have given a bottle to a very dear 87 year old friend who is suffering chronic illness, I truly believe that this bottle of magic will help him in some positive way. This has been my life line, can’t thank Rachel enough, well worth driving 3 hours to see her.
After spending much of my life with digestive problems, IBS, constipation, trapped wind, yeast infections, I have tried loads of different remedies but really with not much success…
Constipation being the most problematic, I regularly go up to five days without a bowel movement, which obviously takes it toll on my health…
Rachel, who has an extensive knowledge of how our bodies work and the oils that can help with every ailment, is very professional and interesting to talk to. Rachel has literally changed my life with her Nigella Sativa Oil… Right from first taking it it started to work, I have been taking it for almost a month and now I have a bowel movement everyday. I no longer have the bloating, the stomach pains or trapped wind… Amazing stuff!!!
I highly recommend this product for anyone with gut, and bowel issues it has really worked for me.
Thank you Rachel, I m so glad you crossed my path…
The father of modern medicine, Hippocrates, prescribed Nigella Sativa Seed Oil to treat “digestive unrest”, so this is an age-old tried and tested medicinal oil.
★★★★★ 5 Star Etsy Review :: Perfect for me and helps with my IBS
I think the Nigella Sativa is definitely helping with my weight loss.
The Nigella Sativa and Oregano has worked amazingly. Thank you. Xxx
(Taken internally for gastric issues and suspected parasites.)
Nigella Sativa Seed Oil
Nigella Sativa Seed Oil has many different names, but is most commonly referred to as Organic Black Seed Oil.
Other names include:
- Black Seed Oil
- Black Sesame Oil
- Black Cumin Oil
- Black Caraway Oil
- Kalonji Oil
Directions For Use
Take one or two doses of Nigella Sativa daily. A single dose is comprised of 45 drops of Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil, or half a level teaspoon. Wash this small amount of oil down with a glass of warm water.
If you are taking one dose of Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil daily, take it in the morning.
If you want to take it twice daily take it once in the morning and then again in the evening, at least 20 minutes before or after food.
Black Seed Oil For Skincare
Organic Nigella Sativa Seed Oil can be applied topically on problematic skin conditions.
Nigella Sativa is a powerful antioxidant containing antibacterial and anti-inflammatory constituents. It also has wound healing capabilities.
Nigella Sativa Seed Oil is so profoundly healing because it contains the the following:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B
- Vitamin C
Black Seed Oil replenishes topical moisture levels by reinforcing the water storage capacity of our skin and hair.
It’ is suitable for all skin types, and is especially helpful for those who suffer from rashes and break-outs. It is also helpful for fungal skin conditions.
Black Seed Oil has successfully cured MRSA and other antibiotic resistant ‘Superbug’ bacterial skin infections.
Black Seed Oil / Nigella Sativa Oil Cautions & Contraindications
For those with delicate skin it’s best to use Black Seed Oil diluted with another healing carrier oil, like Sweet Almond Oil. A ratio of 50:50 is ideal in most cases.
The chances of an adverse reaction are negligible.
However, always perform a patch test on the inside skin of your forearm before applying Black Seed Oil more broadly on your body, or before consuming Black Seed Oil internally.
Black Seed Oil may cause side effects in people with food intolerances and those with sensitive skin conditions, as well as those on certain prescription medications. The latter group need to refer to the contraindications list which accompany their prescription drugs before using this oil internally.
Because Black Seed Oil has not been tested on pregnant women it’s use is not recommended during pregnancy.