Nigella sativa


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Nigella sativa,

n See nigella.
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Effect of NaCl on fatty acids, phenolics and antioxidant activity of Nigella sativa organs.
The effects of Nigella sativa oil against the liver damage induced by Schistosoma mansoni in mice.
Fixed oil of Nigella sativa and derived thymoquinone inhibit eicosanoid generation in leukocytes and membrane lipid peroxidation.
This randomised double blind cross over study assessed the bronchodilatory effect of a Nigella sativa in the airways of asthmatic patients.
Nigella sativa seed and oil have been traditionally used in many Middle Eastern and Asian countries for a variety of indications, ranging from immune to inflammatory disorders.
Arafat said that Nigella sativa seeds and oil, used in traditional medicine by many Middle Eastern and Asian countries, helps treat a broad array of diseases, including some immune and inflammatory disorders.
Cytogenetic studied on Nigella sativa seeds extract and thymoquinone on mouse cells infected with schistosomiasis using karyotyping.
Nigella sativa oil (NSO) and its active component, TQ clearly protect brain tissue from radiation-induced nitrosative stress.
17) He was also consuming 3gm of Nigella sativa seeds morning and night as part of eradication because of Nigella's inhibitory effects found in an in vitro study.
Nigella sativa modulates splenocyte proliferation, Th1/Th2 cytokine profile, macrophage function and NK anti-tumor activity.
b) Boiled extract of Nigella sativa at 100 mg/kg resulted in significant increase in PFTs 30min after administration (except MEF75) and was maintained until 150 minutes.
After 12 days uniformly germinated Seedlings were selected and transferred to aqueous solution of Nigella sativa (powder of N.