Nigella sativa


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Nigella sativa,

n See nigella.
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Effect of oral ingestion of Nigella sativa seeds on some blood parameters.
2009) proposed that feeding of Nigella sativa oil up to 3 ml/kg of hen's diet had insignificant effect on egg weight.
1995) Effect of Nigella sativa volatile oil on jurkat T cell Leukemia polypeptides.
Conclusion: Nigella sativa seeds powder and its oil, both have a similar protective effect on histomorphology of ovary of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in mice by decreasing the number of cystic follicles.
Pharmacological and toxicological properties of Nigella sativa.
Multivariate Analysis and Selection to Enquire Genetic Variation Patterns in Nigella sativa.
As part of this ongoing process, the objective of this study was to conduct a preliminary phytochemical investigation of the fruits and seeds of Myristica fragrans, seeds of Nigella sativa, fruits and seeds of Piper longum, leaves of Vitex negundo, and rhizomes of Zingiber officinale.
Anticancer activities of Nigella sativa (black cumin).
The total number of rats were 10 which were randomly divided into three experimental groups: one was control, second was toluene treated and the third was toluene treated with Nigella sativa (NS); each group contained 10 animals.
Role of Nigella sativa oil, thymoquinone with and without pyremethamine in Freund's adjuvant arthritis in rat.
Perhaps one of the most exciting anti-cancer agents is oil of Nigella sativa, or black cumin seed oil.