Table of Contents
Black Nigel Oil, A Natural Remedy
Nigel oil obtained of Nigel plant (Nigella Sativa), also known as black cumin, is an aromatic plant of the Ranunculaceae family. It is a medicinal plant about 30 to 60 cm Whose oil has been used for millennia in Oriental cuisine and For the maintenance or care of the skin.
History of the use of The Nigel in herbal medicine
Since the highest antiquity, the peoples of the Middle East know and appreciate the Nigella Sativa as a seasoning and plant Medicinal. The Nigel is cultivated for its Aromatic seeds in Mediterranean regions (especially in Turkey and Syria), In Western Asia, Sudan and Ethiopia. The seeds of Nigel are consumed as Spice or as a traditional medicine remedy.
Nigel oil obtained by first pressure has been used for centuries in applications External as an antiseptic. The seed of Nigel is extremely rich Because it contains all kinds of substances. In fact, in addition to its main ingredient, Crystalline Nigellone, it contains 15 acids Amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, Two fixed oils (84% fatty acids, linoleic and oleic), volatile Essential oils and fibers, as well as Minerals such as calcium, iron, Sodium, and potassium.
The oldest data on its culture and Use date back to the time of the old Egypt where people considered the black seed As a panacea and we were giving a place Of honor to ointments and primers for Beautify the body. Besides, the oil of Nigel Would have been found in Tutankhamun’s tomb And the Queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra used The oil for the care of their body. The Black Nigel Plant is quoted in the Bible, The Koran, and the Persian doctor and philosopher Avicenna described in the 11th century in his book The Many beneficial properties of the seed Black.
Main properties Medicinal
With black cumin oil, many Pathologies can be treated. Like what Acne, allergies, asthma, the formation of Blood clots, lowering the pressure blood pressure, bloating, chronic bronchitis, Cholesterol, intestinal infections, Intestinal colic, dermatitis, diabetes, Depression, diarrhea, chronic eczema, Frigidity, inflammation, immune weakness, Skin diseases, hemorrhoids, Hay fever, hormonal imbalances, Menstrual cramps, osteoporosis, arthritis, Menopause and many other pathologies. American researchers have demonstrated A study that black seed oil reinforces The immune system and lowers blood glucose.
Even for cancer care, it is used Because black seed extracts stimulate the production of Immune cells and increase the Interferon. The researchers also found That Nigel oil could increase the Growth rate of bone marrow cells and inhibit tumor growth by 50%.
For years in Basel, as an oncologist, I have prescribed to my patients a treatment using This oil. The patients had to take Black seed oil associated with turmeric, Olive oil, and pomegranate in the form of capsules.
I was advising a half teaspoon or Two to four capsules of black seed oil With a glass of carrot juice twice a day for three months and the combination of from body massage to oils. After four (04) Essential Oil treatments, the patient felt much better because his immune system was fortified, his bodily weaknesses, as well as his pains, had shrunk. As a result, there are more and more hospitals that offer therapeutic massage during treatment.
The Nigel contains many natural components (vitamins, enzymes, trace elements or omega-6 and Omega-3 plants), whose health benefits are largely demonstrated by science. Virgin Nigel Oil is composed of about 50 to 60% linoleic acid, 20-25% oleic acid, and alpha-linolenic acid and saturated fatty acids and in particular with Nigellone. The essential oil of black Nigel contains vitamin A, B1, B2, C, D, E, and Phytosterols.
The Nigel is an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, antiviral, antidiabetic, hypotensive, stimulant, digestive and diuretic. It prevents allergies, improves fat metabolism and lowers cholesterol. The Nigel oil is also used for the harmonization of the immune system and for the regeneration of the gastrointestinal tract. It improves the digestive system by eliminating inflammation (gastritis, Crohn’s disease, stomach ulcers, diarrhea…). It cleanses the body of its toxins, stimulates cell regeneration, strengthens the immune system and destroys bacteria.
Regular consumption of black cumin can reduce blood sugar levels and insulin resistance, making it an effective remedy for avoiding type 2 diabetes. The efficacy of black seed oil against cancer by modern medicine in Western countries has been demonstrated in many international studies. It proves to be useful support for treatment and anti-cancer medications. It is advisable to use the oil after chemotherapy, radiotherapy and after surgery to fortify the patient’s immune system, as treatments always cause the patient a feeling of weakness and general discomfort.
Use and Dosage of the Nigel
The most used form of herbal medicine is the Nigel oil extracted from its seeds. But there are also capsules, used as food supplements. It is good to know that Nigel can be mixed with fruit juices, milk, water, olive oil, etc.
– For an adult:
take 1 to 2 teaspoons, pure or with honey, milk or during the meal or 1 tablespoon, in the evening at bedtime, for cures of 2-3 months, 3 times a year.
– For a child :
Under the age of 12, half a teaspoon per day is sufficient, while a child over the age of 12 may take 1 teaspoon per day.
– In external use, the Nigel oil is generally used pure, in a local application once a day. It is also possible to integrate it into its cosmetic products. Crushed seeds can be used in poultices, to treat certain skin problems.
Precautions for use:
The Nigel is not recommended for pregnant women and anticoagulant medications. Consumed in too much quantity it may be slightly toxic. On the other hand, there are no contraindications or adverse reactions.
A quasi-universal remedy The wonderful properties of the seed and Nigel Oil make it an exceptional plant for the maintenance of health. No matter how old you are, I advise you to go to the clinic to strengthen your health, but for “medical” use, I advise you, by prudence, to consult your doctor in case of persistence of disorders.