I usually don't recommend products, medication or supplements, but Black Seed is an interesting spice with many health benefits that you may want to consider.
Black Seed is a common, generic name for the Nigella sativa plant, which is found in the Middle East, southern Europe and southwest Asia. It is known by several names:
- black cumin
- fennel flower
- black caraway
- Roman coriander
When consumed, these seeds offer an array of health benefits for the following conditions:
Here is a video from Dr. Michael Greger of Nutritionfacts.org in which he discusses the impressive research on this surprising little seed.
The oil is extracted from the seeds and it can be found in capsule form at health food stores and online, but if you plan to try Black Seed, I would recommend finding a high quality, ground, organic source. The seeds have a tasty, light peppery flavor and can be added to soups and stews or sprinkled on any savory dish or even as a way to spice up sandwiches.
These seeds are not a new fad by any stretch, as references to this plant were prescribed in the advice of Prophet Muhammad and the Holy Bible. You may be hearing more about Black Seeds, because there is quite a lot of research going on regarding this plant right now.
Take some time to learn more about this is a very intriguing plant!
If you have any medical conditions you may want to check with your doctor before trying Black Seed.
Black Seed: Are There Health Benefits?
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