A human study of black cumin
seed oil has produced encouraging results.
Here are some diseases which are cured by black cumin
Though native to the Arabian region, black cumin
is now grown in different parts of India, enhancing the availability of the raw material for the nutraceutical, much like the Arabica coffee variety now being widely grown across coffee plantations in India.
seeds possess antioxidant activity (Guler et al., 2006; Guler et al., 2007; Aydin et al., 2008).
Importantly, treatment with black cumin
seed oil lowers levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines.
is extensively used in traditional medicine, for healing various respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases in the various countries, particularly in Turkey.
Ingredients: serves 4 24 prawns-shell-off, de-veined washed and drained Marinade for prawns:1/2 tsp turmeric powder; 3 tbs lemonjuice;1 tsp garlic paste; 1 tsp ginger paste; 1/2 tsp black pepper (coarsely ground); 1/2 tsp black cumin
seeds; 1/2 tsp salt.
NS seeds, commonly known as black seed or black cumin
, and oil derived have been used for their medicinal, aromatic or flavoring properties since ancient times in different civilizations (Randhawa, 2008).
Ceramides, Cruciferous Vegetables, CoQ10, and Black Cumin
(Nigella sativa L.) is a small annual herb.
Black seed (in Arabic Habbatul Baraka, blessed seed) is sometimes referred to as "black cumin
seed," but it is not related to cumin (Cuminum Cyminum).
The aim of the present study is to investigate the effects of black cumin
(Nigella sativa) oil on rats with colitis.