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Who knows what the secret of "Black Cumin Seed OIl" is?

Black Cumin Seed Oil, also known as "Nigella sativa" comes from a plant native to southwest Asia. And is known as the "Miracle Herb".

It's been used for cooking and medicinal purposes for over 2000 years. It's even known for being found in the tomb of King Tut. In 1922 when King Tut's tomb was discovered the archaeologists also found that Black Cumin Seed Oil had been placed with the King 3000 years earlier. when his coffin was placed in this tomb.

So it must have been pretty important stuff for the Egyptians to have put Black Cumin Seed Oil in his tomb alongside the gold, jewelry, statues, a chariot, weapons and clothing for his afterlife.

The Prophet Muhammad once stated . . . . "The Black Seed" can heal every disease . . . except death"!

So what makes this a "Miracle Herb"?

Well . . . due to its miraculous power of healing, N. sativa has gotten a place among the top ranking evidence based herbal medicines. Its therapeutic properties are due to the presence of "thymoquinone". This oil offers many health and cosmetic benefits, such as aiding weight loss, improving skin conditions and treating cancer and diabetes.

Black Cumin Seed OIl is very effective against various illnesses including neurological and mental illness, cardiovascular disorders, cancer, diabetes, inflammatory conditions, infectious diseases due to bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral infections. There are even studies being done with promising results for HIV/AIDS.

Some other conditions it helps are . . . asthma, hypertension, weight loss, rheumatoid arthritis, nasal inflammation, digestive disorders, reduces inflammation, lowers high blood pressure, reduced high cholesterol, MS, Alzheimer's disease, Hepatitis C and most importantly . . . BOOST THE IMMUNE SYSTEM!

Topically it helps to reduce acne, psoriasis and dry skin. And can help with dry hair and even aid in the regrowth.

And this is a biggie . . . Black Cumin Seed Oil can "inhibit" the" inflammation" of sinuses and "respiratory airways", microbial infections and nasal congestion. It's widely used as a traditional medicine for asthma, headache, neck pain, earache and toothache

Do you see where I'm going with this?

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