The use of organic black cumin in medicine 

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Organic black cumin in medicine : There are four types of black cumin seeds: black seeds, black caraway seeds, black onion seeds, and black cumin seeds. Seeds for this seed come from Nigella sativa, a small, pale purple, blue, or white plant native to Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and the Middle East. Natural remedies have been used since thousands of years to treat various ailments with this black seed from Nigella sativa. Curries, pickles, and bread can also be flavored with the seeds in the same way cumin and oregano are. In addition to having antioxidant properties, black seed is also said to be able to relieve inflammation inside and outside of the body.

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Black seed has been studied only sparingly in terms of its health benefits. It does appear to have some benefits. Based on available studies, here are a few key conclusions:

The cancer
The diabetic state
The blood pressure
The asthma epidemic
The obesity epidemic
Inflammation of the nose
The skin

 

 

The cancer : In black seed, thymoquinone can lead to apoptosis, which is a process that causes cancer cells to die. Despite the majority of studies using cells rather than real patients, researchers are still unsure whether black seed oil can treat cancer.

The diabetic state : According to a study, black seed can be beneficial to diabetics. Based on studies on the effectiveness of Nigella sativa for diabetes, scientists concluded that it may improve blood sugar and cholesterol levels in diabetics, but noted that further studies are needed to verify the effectiveness.


The blood pressure : Those with mildly elevated blood pressure can reduce their blood pressure by consuming black cumin seed extract for two months or eight weeks.


The asthma epidemic :
People with asthma may benefit from black seed oil, according to early research. Compared to inactive drugs or medicines, people with asthma who took black seed oil capsules had significant improvements in asthma control. Black seed extract helps people with asthma improve their coughing, wheezing, and lung function by taking it by mouth. Theophylline and salbutamol are more effective than black seed, however. 

 

The obesity epidemic : In obese women, black seed may reduce risk factors. Following a low-calorie diet for eight weeks, women who consumed Nigella sativa oil or a placebo reduced or decreased their weight, waist circumference, and triglyceride levels more than those who took the placebo.

Inflammation of the nose : Allergies can be treated with black seed oil. The use of black seed oil can reduce nasal congestion, itching, runny nose, and sneezing, according to one study. Black seed oil was also analyzed in one report for its potential role in treating sinusitis. According to studies, the oil has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antihistaminic, immune-modulating, antimicrobial, and analgesic properties that aid in treating the condition.

The skin : Eczema, acne, psoriasis, and other skin conditions can also be treated with black seed oil. There is a lack of scientific evidence to support the claims that black seed oil hydrates hair, softens skin, and moisturizes.

 

 

 

Bhumika

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