ARTICLE: Black seed oil: 9 health benefits of this powerful oil

Black seed oil from black seed has been used in herbal medicine in India and Arab countries for centuries. It is now increasingly consumed in Western countries. In Arabic is called hadda sawda or habbat al baraka .

Many health professionals, such as naturopaths and other alternative medicine practitioners, combine conventional treatments with natural remedies, such as dietary supplements to support the body's health. One of these traditional remedies is black seed oil.

It is recommended by fans of natural cosmetics for hair and skin beauty .

The oil is cold extracted from its seeds in order to preserve all its virtues. It is also known as black cumin oil, black caraway oil, or oil of the pharaohs (Kalonji).

The active elements which give nigella seeds their benefits are: Thymoquinone , thymohydroquinone , dithymoquinone , thymol and omega-3 and omega-6 , Vitamin E , carotenoids , minerals .

Here are a few virtues among many others:

1. Black seed oil helps strengthen the immune, respiratory and digestive systems.

Black seed oil contains powerful antioxidants as well as B vitamins and beneficial acids, it helps support the immune system. It allows good growth and an increase in red blood cells and white blood cells. Thus, it promotes defenses during viral illnesses such as the flu or COVID.

2. It constitutes a powerful shield for the body

It has antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and antibacterial properties.

It thus makes it possible to prevent and cure many diseases such as tuberculosis, bronchitis, hepatitis B and C, pneumonia, laryngitis, pharyngitis, angina, etc.

3. In cancer prevention

Many scientific studies have been done on the linked relationship between black seed oil and a multitude of cancers like colon cancer, lung cancer, and others. Being rich in two anti-tumor chemicals, thymoquinone and thymohydroquinone , black seed is unique in that it may help prevent and treat cancer through a variety of mechanisms:
      • Anti-proliferation
      • Induction of apoptosis
      • Cell cycle arrest
      • Generation of reactive oxygen species
      • Anti-metastasis
      • Anti-angiogenesis

      4. To treat type 1 and 2 diabetes

      According to the Journal of "Endocrinology and Metabolism" , black seed oil causes progressive partial regeneration of pancreatic beta cells, increases serum insulin concentrations and decreases blood sugar.

      Research done on mice suggests that pharaoh oil may prevent the development of type 1 diabetes and increase the insulin sensitivity of liver cells, which helps prevent type 2 diabetes.

      5. Improves digestion

      Nigella seeds aid digestion and can help reduce bloating, gas and stomach cramps. Regarding irritable bowel syndrome, black cumin oil can be very beneficial, as it has been shown to have antispasmodic effects on the smooth muscle of the intestine. Other conditions that cause intestinal cramp-like pain may also be relieved.

      6. Relieves allergies and asthma

      Studies have shown that black cumin oil offers anti-asthma effects and, depending on the cause of the asthma, it can sometimes be even more effective than traditional treatments. These same properties also make it beneficial for relieving allergies.

      7. Has anti-inflammatory powers

      Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, black seed oil soothes osteoarthritis, arthritis, tendonitis, rheumatism. At the same time, it helps improve the functioning of tendons and joints.

      8. Helps fight infections

      Black cumin oil fights internal bacterial infections and skin infections. Also the treatment will be taken orally or applied locally.

      It fights many strains of bacteria, such as salmonella, E. coli, listeriosis, staph, and MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), all types of bacteria known to cause dangerous infections.

      9. Has anti-oxidant properties

       Black seed oil helps protect the body from oxidizing agents that could damage it and slows down the process of premature aging of cells. A study on the protective effects of Nigella oil after injection of immunosuppressants proved that the oil allowed a reduction in lipid peroxidation, as well as an improvement in antioxidant enzymes.

      You would like to know the dosage and dosage of Nigella oil, see our article “ HOW TO USE NIGELLA OIL? ”.

      We offer products on our site

      made from high quality nigella seeds, controlled in the laboratory,

      here is the direct link:

      Buy nigella

      Back to blog


      Bonjour J’ai utilisée l’huile de nigelle après une grosse fatigue suite au vaccin anti-covid. J’ai retrouvée la forme très rapidement.


      La graine de nigelle est vraiment efficace contre les symptômes du covid:
      J’en ai pris quelques jours après avoir été déclarée positive avec beaucoup de symptômes:
      fièvre, céphalées, grosse fatigue…
      les symptômes se sont dissipés très rapidement et j’ai retrouvé la forme assez vite.

      Je conseil donc soit les graines de nigelle (ce que j’ai pris) ou bien l’huile.

      Malika. N

      l’huile de nigelle est top pour les cheveux, elle est aussi vivement recommandée pour fortifier les ongles cassants et pour les peaux matures. Par voie orale, elle donne aussi de très bons résultats pour la digestion et le teint.
      Une cuillère à café midi et soir


      Cette graine est miraculeuse: le l’ai utilisé pour traité une inflammation au poumon avec écoulement sanguin il y a 1 an. depuis plus de récidive. J’ai pris les graines que j’ai moulues; puis j’ai ajoutée du miel. prise à jeun pendant 1 mois environs.
      Gout pas terrible.


      Leave a comment

      Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.