A history of organic black cumin 

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Organic black cumin :  This annual flowering plant, also known as black cumin, nigella, kalojeere, and kalonji, is native to south and southwest Asia, and is part of the Ranunculaceae family. Black cumin originates from southern Asia, southern Europe, and North Africa. “Habbat al Barakah” – the blessed seed – is the name given to black cumin seeds. Hubbath-us-sauda is the Arabic name for black cumin seed oil.

The herb black cumin, also known as Nigella Sativa, is said to possess magical properties. A highly potent herb, this herb can save your life. An individual’s health and well-being are greatly enhanced by this herb’s properties. Muhammad even proclaimed this herb to be capable of curing the most serious diseases, including death. This herb has been used for centuries, but there isn’t much information about its history. Obviously, you have questions about it, such as where it comes from, how safe it is, and whether it is in agreement with modern medicine.

The origins :

Mediterranean regions are the native home of black cumin. Africa, Asia, Eastern and Southern Europe, as well as North America gradually became part of the spread of this virus. Different regions use herbs differently depending on their region. Its medicinal properties are the same in all regions and have been used to treat a wide variety of ailments. The plant flourishes in certain parts of the world more than others, including the Middle East, and areas falling under the Mediterranean region, including India, Bangladesh, Egypt, Sudan, Turkey and many more.

The Persian physician Ibn Sina mentioned black cumin in his book, “The Book of Healing”. Black cumin seed is praised throughout this book for its preventative and restorative properties. Additionally, he believed the herb stimulated the body’s energy as well as regaining fatigue or dispiritedness. Furthermore, he recommended this herb to treat external irritations and skin disorders, as well as fevers, headaches, colds, and skin disorders. Traditionally, the black cumin seed has been used to heal nervous disorders and gynecological conditions in Ayurveda, which is the traditional Indian form of natural healing. In the East, Nigella Sativa was used medically for the treatment of digestive ailments, and also as a metabolic booster

Uses:

  • Contraception
  • Immune system booster
  • Throat infection
  • Prevention of cancer
  • Traffic congestion
  • Coughing
  • Gas and diarrhea in the intestines
  • The flu
  • Anxiety
  • Increasing the flow of breast milk
  • Disorders of menstruation
  • Obesity reduction

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