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Black Seed Oil 4 oz.
Product ID: fa0046
Manufacturer: Foods Alive
Black Seed Oil 4 oz.
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Black Seed Oil, also known as Black Cumin Oil, is a remarkable and highly prized nutritive oil. Black seed oil has been used for thousands of years by many cultures from around the world. Black seed oil and black seeds were found in King Tut's tomb and it is also known to have been used by Cleopatra, Queen Nefertiti and Hippocrates. Black seed oil has a unique cell structure, and contains vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids.

Black Seed Oil is known for its immuno-modulatory functions. This means that it gets the immune system working without over stimulating or stressing it. For people suffering with autoimmune disorders this is great news! Black Seed Oil has the ability to up regulate and down regulate the immune system as needed.
Black Seed Oil is also beneficial for Hepatitis C and HIV.
A study published in 2012 showed that a patient with HIV was able to fully recovery in only 6 months of taking Black Seed Oil everyday. Doctors were astonished by how quick and effective the Black Seed Oil therapy was. Even 2 years after not doing anymore herbal therapy the patient still tested negative for HIV. To view this study please visit this link.

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Black Seed Oil can be taken on its own or mixed in water, juice or herbal tea.


100% Unrefined, virgin raw black cumin seed (nigella sativa) oil*.
*Organic Ingredient

Shelf Life: 2 years

Country of Origin: 
Israel or Turkey
(Since this is a natural product, the different landscapes and climates in these two countries can cause the color, smell and taste of the oil to vary from lot to lot)

  • Store in refrigerator upon receipt
  • For clearer oil, do not shake
  • Freezing extends shelf life
  • Not for use as a cooking oil


    According to WebMD

    Fights Inflammation
    Black seed oil has been in use for thousands of years for medicine, food, and even cosmetics. Today, many people reach for it for the same reason you'd take an aspirin or ibuprofen: In hopes that it targets inflammation and tamps it down. It also has substances that can help protect cells from damage.


    In one small study, people put black seed oil drops in their noses to treat mild, moderate, or severe cases of allergic rhinitis, aka hay fever. After 6 weeks, more than 9 of 10 people said their sneezing, itchy eyes, stuffy nose, and other symptoms got better or went away completely. That was true for just 3 in 10 people in the group that used regular food oil. More research is needed. Ask your doctor if black seed oil is right for your condition.


    If Cleopatra had pimples, she probably dabbed on black seed oil to clear them up. For centuries it's been used to treat rashes, psoriasis, and skin inflammation. Studies suggest that black seed oil may work just as well as benzoyl for acne.


    Black seed oil is pressed from the seeds of a flowering shrub, "Nigella sativa." The plant is packed with thymoquinone, a compound which may have cancer-fighting powers. In rats, it shrank tumors and slowed their growth as well as protected tissue from radiation damage. But we need more proof to know if it might help humans.


    This is when your airways swell up and make it hard to breathe. One well-designed but small study found that black seed oil helped control asthma symptoms better than dummy treatments. Researchers think that someday, the oil could be added to regular asthma therapy.

    Heart Benefits

    In many parts of the world. "Nigella sativa" seeds are used as traditional medicine for obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure. In some small studies, supplements made with it have shown to lower levels of cholesterol and blood fats called triglycerides.

    Rheumatoid Arthritis

    This autoimmune disorder can swell your joints and wear down your bones. One small study suggests that taking black seed oil every day may lessen joint swelling and stiffness. With more evidence, it may be a helpful add-on therapy for RA.

    Male Fertility
    Studies with both infertile men and rats have found that black seed oil can boost sperm count and help sperm swim faster. Antioxidants in the oil likely help protect sperm from damage. But more clinical trials are needed to know if the oil can be a good treatment for male infertility.


    The usual doses that people try are between 200 milligrams and 2,000 milligrams a day.
    Four Winds Recommends 1 x tsp (5 grams) once or twice a day.

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