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Black Seed Oil
There are many benefits of Black Seed Oil and seeds. Black seed is also known as Nigella Sativa, black cumin, haba al-barakah and kalonji. Although black seed oil is famous for the benefits in the body itself, ie immune system, circulation, heart and more, it is truly a miracle cure for all. It is a prophetic medicine sent down by the Angel Gabriel and given to Prophet Mohammad who stated, "There is healing in black seed for all diseases except death." In other words use it daily for prevention and/or curing of what harms or ails you.
In recent years we have seen more attention given to the black seed oil for the annihilation of cancer tumors, treating HIV, Alzheimer's Disease and even anti-aging. With regular use of the oil you will not have gray hair, your nails will harden, inflammation will leave and balding spots return. If you can think of any disease you have, black seed oil will play a huge part in helping you be well. See my article on dosages.
Gary Null, PHD and Healer stated, "Black Cumin Oil is probably the most important healing oil you can take in your system!!!!!"
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What is Nigella Sativa?
Black seeds, also known as Nigella sativa, black cumin, kalonji seeds and haba al-barakah (Arabic phrase) have been used by people for thousands of years. Some associate black caraway with black seeds and they come from two different plants. Kalonji seeds are found in India and haba al-barakah is an Arabic word and used in the Middle East mainly. Black seeds are commonly used in the kitchen also in many recipes.
Nigella sativa (black seeds), an annual flowering plant that grows to 20-30cm tall, is native to Asia and the Middle East. The flowers of this plant are very delicate and pale colored and white. The seeds are used in Middle Eastern cooking, such as in their local breads. The seeds are also used by thousands for their natural healing abilities.
Black Seed is considered to be the greatest healing herb of our time and it has been much neglected. It is being used to strengthen the immune system, fight and irradiate Prostate Cancer and other tumors, purify the blood and increase longevity. Black seed was found in King Tut's tomb, proving the value of this herb to the Kings.
Nigella sativa or black seeds is from the prophetic remedies. It was used by both Muslims and non-Muslims for thousands of years. The seeds were used by the ancient Romans in cooking and the Asian herbalist for many remedies, including migraines.
The name Nigella sativa comes from the Latin word, nigellus, meaning black. Nigella sativa is small black seeds, with a slightly rough texture and it has an oily interior.
Narrated Abu Hurairah: I heard Allah's Apostle saying "Use this Black seed; it has a cure for every disease except death." (Hadith of the Prophet from Sahih Bukhari)
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Dosage Requirements for Black Seed Oil
This is a question I get quite a bit. They ask me what do I suggest. If you buy the seeds, there are more than 5 cups in one pound. In each cup there is approximately 212 capsules too. So many will look at the seeds as being the best buy. Not true.
Many people prefer the seeds because they are sure 100% of the natural source. My seeds come from Egypt and the seeds from Hemani are of African Source. Hemani seeds come in 200 grams and are not heated and come free of postage. My seeds cost $12 in postage. It is a matter of choice.
For each teaspoon of oil that is needed, you will need 2.5 teaspoons of seeds. One capsule holds 1/4 teaspoon of seeds, so you will need to take 10 capsules to equal one teaspoon of oil. Now for cancer patients they need 7.5 teaspoons of powder or 30 capsules per day. In this case, I would say hands down the oil is better and more economical.
The 100ml has approximately 19 teaspoons and the 500ml has 96 teaspoons of oil. So for a cancer patient they will need a 500ml bottle or 5 glass jars. It takes approximately 10 days for orders to arrive in the US and 14 days international. So make sure to order enough oil for your condition. My ground and heated seeds come from Jordan and there is a 7 day processing and a 3 week shipping time.
What do I use? I use both. I continually have a jar of black seed honey ready and prepared and I take the oil daily. For cancer patients we are recommending saffron now and you can purchase the saffron oil here and add it to your 500ml black seed oil. Just shake it well to mix. If you are on a cancer protocol, you do not need seeds EXCEPT to cook with. I have a shaker on my stove that contains ground black seeds and I add them to everything I cook with.
Remember More is not BETTER. Take the right prescription as prescribed for your illness. If you are pregnant do not take black seeds or the oil and if you are facing a surgery, stop the oil and seeds two weeks prior to the surgery. The maximum oil you should take in one day is 1 tablespoon.
Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) Latin Name: Olea europaea
Common Names: Olive Leaf
There are some medicinal herbs which have been present in the treatment of health problems for so long, that they are often overlooked. Olea europaea, or Olive Leaf, is one of these herbs. The Olive Leaf was once considered one of the best natural herbs to be taken during ancient times. Today its benefits are being rediscovered.
The Olive Leaf comes from a small, evergreen tree, which grows to about twenty feet or more in height. Native to Asia Minor and Syria, the Olive Leaf is cultivated in several Mediterranean countries, Chile, Peru and South Australia.
The benefits of Olive Leaf Cut and Sifted are recently emerging as a most promising and unique medicinal herb with multiple applications. Numerous scientific studies are currently being conducted to investigate the beneficial properties of the Olive Leaf herb.