Black Seed, what is it?
Nigella sativa or Black Seed herb is a flowering herb native to the Middle East and southwest Asia, also known as Black Cumin, Habbat Al-Barakah or Seed of Blessing, in the traditional healing systems of the region, Black Seed is used as a natural anti inflammatory, as a digestive aid, and for parasitic infections.
The immune system boosting properties of Black Seed was noted in (Ibn Sina) Avicenna’s 1025 A.D. Canon of Medicine, who used the seed for stimulating the body's energy and speed recovery from fatigue. Interestingly, recent scientific studies indicates Black Seed, a natural antibiotic, fights staph infections (such as MRSA), and Black Seed oil protects the immune system (against radiation). Black Seed contains over 100 chemical compounds.
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