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The black cumin oil is extracted from the tiny black seeds of Ranunculaceae white flowers, Nigella sativa, which grows in the shade of the oases.

The black cumin oil is a natural remedy that was already used in the medicine of the Pharaohs. Indeed, a bottle of this oil was discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun which was undoubtedly soften the suffering in the afterlife. Black cumin oil would also exerted its beneficial properties on Cleopatra and Nefertiti! It is also known in classical Arabic medicine, mentioned in the Bible, and also known in the traditional Ayurvedic medicine of India under the name of oil Kalinji (hot energy). It is currently used in folk medicine in East and India. The black cumin oil (Nigella sativa) is back in fashion after promising studies in the USA and Germany.

PROPERTIES : Black cumin oil contains many unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic and gamma linoleic acids, and vitamins and minerals. The black cumin oil inhibits the oxidation of cell membranes by an anti-free radical (anti-aging) and inhibits the formation of inflammatory molecules. It is therefore perfectly beneficial for the skin, particularly to reduce inflammation caused by stress, pollution, disease or aging.

Black cumin oil is used as well as internal medicine and external use.

In cosmetics, black cumin oil is exploited for its properties: calming, regenerating, revitalizing, anti-inflammatory, anti-wrinkle. The black cumin oil is particularly suitable for dry sensitive or irritated skin and is an excellent remedy in cases of skin infections include: Acne - Dermatitis - Hives - Eczema - Psoriasis - Burns - Cracking - Mushrooms dermal - Warts - sun burn.

It can be used as a dietary supplement because it is recommended for impotence or sexual weaknesses, effective against asthma, allergies and rheumatism, purge the stomach...


  • Facial Oil Nigella : perform a delicate circular massage on the face and neck after cleansing, with a few drops of oil Nigel, preferably in the evening for a month.
  • Body Care Oil Nigella : after a bath or a scrub, heat the cumin oil in the palm of your hands and massage your body from top to bottom. Two to three times per week.
  • Hair Care Oil Nigella : Divide the cumin oil on the length and leave on for about 20 minutes before shampooing. Wash and rinse. Once a week.
  • Internally : for adults, 2 teaspoons cumin oil per day.

Storage : vegetable oil sensitive to oxidation. Store in a cool (<20 ° C) away from air and light.

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