Your and your family’s health is your priority. This often leads to medicine cabinets overflowing with all sorts of medications. But what if someone told you that one natural supplement could address practically every health issue under the sun?
It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?
But scientific research is increasingly finding new applications for an oil that has been around for centuries and that is even mentioned in some of the world’s oldest text. The name of this oil? Black Seed Oil.
Black Seed Oil is made of the seeds of the Nigella sativa plant that naturally occurs in the Middle East, Western Europe, and Western Asia.
What Makes Black Seed Oil So Effective?
The oil’s effectiveness is due to the various beneficial compounds like thymoquinone. Together, they have numerous beneficial properties, most particularly their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory abilities which makes them so effective in addressing so many health issues. And research increasingly finds more possible health applications for the seed and its oil.
The Benefits of Black Seed Oil
The traditional use of black seed oil seems increasingly supported by research. Many clinical studies on both animal and human subjects indicate that the oil may benefit those with numerous health issues.
Obesity is on the rise on a global scale. Together with this, we see an increase in heart disease, diabetes, kidney and liver disease, osteoarthritis, and depression. These health issues are all linked to obesity. Yet studies show that Black Seed Oil may, together with moderate aerobic exercise, both help prevent weight gain and help with weight loss.
And this brings us to another disease prevalent in our time – diabetes.
A health issue that, if not responsibly managed, could lead to eye damage, nerve damage, and even cardiovascular disease. Yet black seed oil improves pancreatic function, enhances insulin production, and increase glucose intolerance. It may also help with blood sugar control while reducing the effects of oxidative stress.
A common neurological disorder, depression is the result of a hormone imbalance in your brain. Antidepression medication, usually used to treat the condition, often has unwanted side effects. Yet research shows the different compounds in Black Seed Oil have hormone-balancing and anti-depressant qualities.
Studies show Black Seed Oil has numerous anti-cancer properties. Thus far the oil shows anti-proliferative, antioxidant, anti-mutagenic, anti-metastatic, NK cytotoxic, and antioxidant activity. Furthermore, it may suppress the development of tumors, reduce the incidence of tumors, and even help reduce tumor size. The oil, according to research, may benefit people suffering from just about any type of cancer, from breast to prostate to skin cancer.
Use of the supplement may increase sperm motility, morphology, and count.
Topical use of the oil has shown to help address acne, eczema, and psoriasis. This may result from the oil’s antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Heartburn, nausea, dyspepsia, constipation, and diarrhea are all gastrointestinal issues. Black Seed Oil shows none of the side effects associated with conventional medications in treating these issues but shows the same potential benefits.
Liver and Kidney Function
Research points to the oil’s suitability in reducing signs of kidney and liver disease while improving the organs’ structure and function.
People may tire of hearing about ‘miracle cures’. These so-called ‘cures’ have been around for centuries. That said, the studies on that oil look promising so why not give it a go!
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