3000 Yr Old Miracle Food Found in King Tut’s Tomb

Posted on Friday, August 17, 2018 in
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Could This Humble Black Seed Be the Next Penicillin?

Found in King Tut's tomb around 1300 BC as a sacred item to enjoy in the afterlife, Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) seeds have been used for over 3000 years. Among ancient Egyptians, Cleopatra is said to have used black seed oil for beautiful hair and skin.

Physicians in the time of the Pharaohs also used black seed as a remedy for colds, headaches, digestive disorders, toothaches, infections, inflammatory disorders and allergies.

The earliest written reference to black seed is in the Bible, in the book of Isaiah in the Old Testament.

The prophet Muhammad is recorded as saying, "Hold on to the use of the black seed for indeed it has a remedy for every disease except death."

While that may seem to be quite the tall order, black cumin seed does in fact have remarkable healing and health properties that make it one of the most powerful medicinal plants known to man.

Hippocrates himself, the first true doctor, is said to have used it extensively in his medical clinic in Greece (400 BC), regarding nigella sativa as a valuable remedy in hepatic (liver) and digestive disorders.

Could Black Cumin Seed be a Cure-All?

Found in all Mediterranean countries, north Africa and most of Asia, black cuminseed has been referred to as the healer of healers for numerous conditions.

Many of black cumin's traditionally ascribed health benefits have been thoroughly confirmed in the biomedical literature. In fact, in the past 50 years, there have been hundreds of published studies referencing it.
(Source: PubMed)

There are well over 40 health conditions from dandruff to diabetes that may be benefited from the use of this miracle of Mother Nature, including many distinct pharmacological actions:

  • Analgesic (pain reducer)
  • Anti-Bacterial
  • Anti-Cholinergic
  • Anti-Fungal
  • Anti-Hypertensive
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Anti-Oxidant
  • Anti-Spasmodic
  • Anti-Ulcer
  • Anti-Viral
  • Bronchodilator
  • Gluconeogenesis inhibitor (blood sugar)
  • Hepatoprotective (liver protecting)
  • Hypotensive
  • Insulin sensitizing (diabetes)
  • Interferon inducer (immune system)
  • Leukotriene Antagonist
  • Renoprotective (kidney protecting)
  • Tumor necrosis factor alpha inhibitor

While it is remarkable that this humble seed has the ability to positively modulate so many different biological pathways, this is actually a rather common occurrence among traditional plant medicines used for millenia in the Middle and Far East, that we are only just now discovering in the West for our benefit.

Whatever ailment you are struggling with, a teaspoon a day of black seed oil could very well be the miracle you have been waiting for, and the results come very quickly.

Keep in mind black cumin seed oil is a nutritionally potent food, not a cure-all or miracle drug. It is safe for oral or topical use in small amounts. Anyone with a medical condition or pregnant/nursing should check with a doctor before using this or any substance.

"Let Food Be Thy Medicine and Medicine Be Thy Food"
-Hippocrates, 431 BC

This statement was the foundation of Hippocrates' medical practice 2400 years ago. Considered to be the father of medicine, was he talking about black cuminseeds when he uttered this most profound directive? We think so.

Hippocrates believed all ailments originated in the stomach - in the gut. With over 70% of our immune tissue located in our digestive tract, it's no wonder Hippocrates used black cumin seeds as a remedy.

Herbs, nuts, seeds, mushrooms, fungal roots and even weeds (dandelions have a multitude of health benefits) are now the new Laboratory of Life driving a new era of medicine and healing.

Black Cumin Seed - Nature's Original Healing Food

Black cumin seed oil is rich in antioxidants containing special bioactive phytochemicals, plant chemicals thymol, thymoquinone, and thymohydroquinone, that are attributed to the oil’s ability to defend against viruses, bacteria, fungus and parasites.

Organic black cumin seed oilIts antibacterial properties are even demonstrating to be beneficial in combating superbugs like MRSA or h.pylori, SARS and even the Zika virus.

Skin conditions like acne, eczema, insect bites all benefit from topical application of the seed oil. By killing the infections, the body’s natural process of inflammation is turned off, allowing the skin to heal.

Black Cumin Oil is also extremely beneficial for dandruff and scalp irritations, supporting robust, healthy hair growth.

Black seed oil also contains essential fats needed for cell membrane integrity, and when consumed orally, has been demonstrated to enhance immune system response, stabilize mood, decrease anxiety and improve cognition.

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Ingredients: 100% Black cumin seed oil. Pressed from certified organic seeds.

Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, start with 2-3 drops mixed in water, juice, honey, warm tea/milk, smoothie, etc.. Increase up to 1 tsp per day, initially with food, graduating to empty stomach for added benefit, before meals or bedtime for health maintenance.

The oil can have sedative effects and bile-expelling characteristics, so consider taking orally in the evening. May take twice per day for therapeutic benefits. Not recommended to exceed 2 tsp daily.

Externally: Massage several drops into skin for areas of concern, dry skin and/or scalp to stimulate hair growth. May also a few drops to face & body creams.

Bottle Size: 1 fl oz (trial size)

Our initial delivery of Black Cumin Seed Oil is for Trial Size bottles. We welcome your feedback on this amazing food and want to know what size bottles you would like us to stock: 4oz, 8oz, or 16oz.

Product freshness and packaging is important with seed oils. We use a dark, UV protective bottle, and recommend avoiding storing in direct sunlight. Refrigeration is not necessary, but do keep away from heat for maximum freshness.

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