Amazing Herbs Cold-Pressed Egyptian Black Seed Oil

Amazing Herbs Black Seed oil (Black Cumin oil) is fresh cold-pressed from Organically Grown Egyptian Nigella Sativa seeds which contain about 28-35% oil. It is a rich source essential fatty acids which are the building blocks of cells and help the body produce Prostaglandin E1. Chemical analysis and scientific research show that our Black Seed oil contains more than 100 components, some of which are still unidentified, that work together synergistically.

Amazing Herbs Egyptian Black Seed oil is freshly cold-pressed using only the highest quality organically grown seeds and is Guaranteed 100% Pure, Fresh, and Un-Refined. So, unlike imported mystery oils, you will be happy know that our oil is fresh and the seeds are grown without pesticides or chemicals.

Black Seed Oil’s areas of application range from external skin care and to internal use as support for the body’s functions. *

Please note that due to the nature of these products, Black Seed Oil cannot be returned or exchanged. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Product Features

  • Cold Pressed Black Cumin Seed Oil
  • 100% Pure Guaranteed
  • Solvent and Alcohol Free
  • Made From Organically Grown Egyptian Nigella Sativa Seed
  • Has a milder taste than our regular Black Seed Oil

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01. July 2013 by Ben S
Categories: Health Tips | Tags: , , , , , , | 3 comments

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  1. Delicious way to raise your glutathione levels I think anyone reading this review is probably already aware of the healthful benefit claims of taking black seed oil if not look below for excerpt from manufacturer’s website but do want to add that as far as I know it is 500% stronger at raising glutathione levels than anything other than intravenous glutathione.I am very pleased with the artisan cold-pressed black seed oil I received from Amazing Herbs. I often feel that manufacturers are dishonest in their labeling but not so with Amazing Herbs. I felt the oil was solvent-free and I often taste solvents in other supposedly solvent-free oils by other manufacturers. Also this is artisan cold pressed and you can taste the quality. Also, mine is very fresh and definitely not rancid.There are many delicious ways to get oil of cumin into your diet such as it is a great seasoning for meat, fish, beans, anything curried and such. So I suggest preparing your entree, and right before serving, swizzle a little on your black beans or steak or barbecue wings. This will be adding to the flavor of your meal by complementing it. I would not suggest black seed on fruit as that would not taste good; however it is a great compliment to citrus-based marinades. Any recipe that calls for cumin, you could omit the cumin and at the last minute squeeze a little black seed oil on instead. Black oil is great on an omelet or other egg-based dish. Super for chili, lentils, stews, and barbecued meats. It tastes great on sauteed onions, rice, couscous, stir-fried vegetables, and potatoes.Also, this very clean oil absorbs very well. You can apply to skin and it will absorb and make your skin silky smooth.Why not add more pleasure to your life by optimizing how you get this black seed oil into your body?I will be ordering more of this, that’s for sure.***** info from manufacturer’s website ****Black Seed truly is an Amazing Herb!For centuries, the Black Seed herb and oil has been used by millions of people in Asia, Middle East, and Africa to support their health. An aromatic spice, similar looking to sesame seed except black in color, it has been traditionally used for a variety of conditions and treatments related to respiratory health, stomach and intestinal health, kidney and liver function, circulatory and immune system support, and for general overall well-being.Black Seed is also known as Black Cumin, Black Caraway Seed, Habbatul Baraka (the Blessed Seed), and by its botanical name “Nigella Sativa”.Since 1959, over 200 studies at international universities and articles published in various journals have shown remarkable results supporting its traditional uses recorded almost 1400 years ago.While the Black Seed is highly effective by itself, ongoing studies with the combination of other herbs have produced remarkable results.Amazingly Black Seed’s chemical composition is very rich and diverse. Aside from its primary ingredient, crystalline nigellone, Black Seed contains 15 amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, both fixed oils (84% fatty acids, including linolenic, and oleic), and volatile oils, alkaloids, saponin, and crude fiber, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, sodium and potassium. There are still many components in Black Seed that haven’t been identified. But research is going on around the world. *FAQ’s About Black SeedWhat is Black Seed?Black Seed is a traditional herb that has been in use for thousands of years by people living in the Middle East and some parts of Asia and Africa to promote health and fight disease. It is also known the “Blessed Seed”.What are the essential properties of Black Seed?Black Seed herb contains over 100 components, many of which still remain to be discovered. It is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids and contains about 35% oil, 21% protein, and 38% carbohydrates. More than 50% of the oil are essential fatty acids. It’s linoleic acid and gamma linolenic acid content help form Prostaglandin E1, which helps the body to inhibit infections, balances the immune system, and regulates allergic reactions. Gamma-linolenic acid also helps stabilize the cell membrane. Black Seed also contains about .5-1.5% volatile oils including Nigellone and Thymoquinone which are responsible for Black Seed’s anti-histamine, anti-oxidant, anti-infective, and broncho-dialating effect.What are some of the traditional uses of Black Seed?Traditionally, Black Seed has been used for a variety of conditions and treatments related to respiratory health, stomach and intestinal complaints, kidney & liver function, circulatory and immune system support, and to improve general health. Its can be topically used for eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, inflammation, and scalp massage.What scientific research has there been on Black Seed?Since 1959, there have been…

  2. Even years after a hip replacement, I’ve continued to suffer with with annoying intermittent joint pain, especially when doing the daily NJ/NY train commute. I used to take Meloxicam on occasion, but my doctor told me to avoid it as it would eventually cause gastric problems – and it finally did! So, over the last few years I have been experimenting with various anti-inflammatory food supplements. I gradually added to my regime fish oil, glucosamine chondroitin, ginger, boswellia, and a few months ago, blackseed oil, each time with noticeable improvement. After adding blackseed oil, I was finally free of the occasional ibuprofen tablets… but then I noticed that food was starting to taste strange; many familiar flavors I had always found pleasant – like chocolate – were now awful; and the artificial sweeteners I had previously tolerated were simply horrendous! I also had a slightly dyspeptic feeling that lingered most of the day after my morning pills. I regretfully stopped the blackseed oil and within a few days, my taste returned to normal and the dyspepsia disappeared. I waited another few days, resumed the blackseed oil, and the unpleasant side effects returned. I should point out that my wife has also been using this product for her back issues with outstanding results and no unpleasant side effects other than an occasional pungent “burp”. Perhaps a 250 mg softgel would produce the desired result without the side effects – I’ll have to give that a try.

  3. Love this product, me and my husband both us it. Will buy again and use for skin and inside health.