The Health Benefits of Black Seeds Oil Capsules

Nigella sativa is the botanical name of black seed. Black seeds are also called as black cumin, black caraway, kalonji, fennel flower or black onion seeds. The seed comes from a flowering plant (part of the Ranunculacea family) native to southwest Asia and the Mediterranean.

  • Black seed oil has been used traditionally for thousands of years-as natural remedy for a wide range of ailments.
  • The active chemical constituents in Black seed oil are thymoquinone, p-cymene, carvacrol, α-pinene and thymol etc.
  • Most of the pharmacological activities of black seed oil are attributed to the thymoqunine (TQ).

TQ is the main ingredient of the volatile oil and has a plenty of pharmacological benefits such as being hepato-protective, possesses anti-inflammatory properties, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. Black seed oil is rich in anti-oxidants that protect the body from the harms of free-radicals. Free-radicals are highly unstable species that cause damage to the cell membrane and DNA.

Some people apply black seed directly to the skin or ingest it in the form of capsules.

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Green Fields Oils offer you..

  • the pure and standardized black seed oil
  • packed in capsules easy to swallow, make it more palatable and efficient bioavailability.
  • You actually can see the oil flowing in our capsules because we don’t use any gels to harden the oil.

Each Vegetable Gelatin Capsule contains 0.5 ml of Fresh Cold Pressed Nigella Sativa Oil. The best black seed oil capsules to boost overall health.

Black seed oil also provide relatively good amounts of different vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, and copper.

Black seed oil has several applications and benefits for problematic skin conditions. The oil is said to neutralize free radicals in the body, which may improve the quality of your skin and hair.

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