Saturday, February 18, 2012

Black Cumin Essential oil


Black Cumin Essential oil The Black Cumin plant are a member of the buttercup family. The seeds are small, very dark, thin, and crescent shaped. The seeds, when used in cooking, add a unique nutty flavor to food, in addition to many health benefits. Black Cumin plants are native to the western parts of Asia. It grows wild and is cultivated on farms. The best seeds come from Egypt where they are grown on oases where they are watered and cared for until the seed pods form.

History... Black Cumin is one of the most revered medicinal seeds in history. Black cumin seed was found in the tomb of King Tut; only the highest quality items were placed in the tomb to help with the transition to the afterlife. It is mentioned in the Bible as well as in the words of the Prophet Mohammed. Mohammed said that the black cumin seed cured every disease except death itself. The black cumin seed has been used medicinally for at least 3,000 years.

The Benefits of Black Cumin are endless. Below is just a short list of benefits: Helps drain the lymph system, dissolves calcium buildup, raises good cholesterol levels, joint and muscle (Anti-inflammatory Antispasmodic)  Circulatory disorders, Vascular diseases, Varicose Veins, Hemorrhoids Arthritis Rheumatism, Digestive issues, liver, Gallstones, Diabetes, Ulcers, Parasites, depression, concentration, Hyperactivity in children, memory, also benefits the Respiratory system, Nervous system, immune system, this is a small


3 comments:

lorenabr said...

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Living Vibrations - Ancient Oils said...

Thanks Lorena! Black Cumin is such a great oil. I just had to it.

cabin + cub said...

Great info! I like learning more about all its healing powers. ;)