Black Seed Oil

Cold Pressed Black Cumin Seed Oil – Let’s Take a Look at The Health Benefits and Side Effects

Black Seed Oil (also often called Black Coriander Oil or simply Black Oil) comes from the Nigella Sativa plant that is native to Asia. Nigella sativa is one of the greatest medicinal seeds in history viewed with such reverence.
Black seed oil is also known as:

  • black onion seed
  • black caraway
  • black cumin
  • kalonji

I came across it by pure chance in 2016 when I was looking for a natural remedy to help me with blemishes on my face. I was actually surprised to find out that it has been widely used for thousands of years.
Black cumin seeds were found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Cleopatra used it as a beauty regime. Queen Nefertiti used it to keep her hair and nails healthy.
The black seed (Nigella sativa) was seen as a natural remedy for it’s healing power, with research suggesting that it could be helpful in fighting illnesses of all kinds including diabetes, cancer, MRSA, auto immune disorders and much more.
In the advancing age of medicine and technology, a lot of these natural remedies have been sadly, kicked to the curb. However, research is now helping us understand the organic use and power of these natural remedies that our ancestors have enjoyed for millennia.

Some Benefits of Black Seed Oil Include:


The anti inflammatory effects of black seed oil is often used in remedies for relieving stomach discomforts, including cramps . The oil can help to reduce bloating, gas, and issues with ulcers as well. It also helps rid the intestines of parasites.


The anti-inflammatory effects of black seed oil may extend to improving asthma symptoms.
Its effect in reducing inflammation in the airways may also help with bronchitis symptoms.

Candida and Yeast Infections

Black seed oil was also shown to be effective in combatting candida and other fungal infections in the intestines and on the skin.


There have been various studies of the properties in black seed oil that help in the healing of some cancers.  It may help fight against skin cancers when applied topically.

Blood Pressure

It is also very good in the maintenance of blood pressure.  Being someone that suffers from bouts of high blood pressure, I noticed that since my regular daily dosage of black seed oil, I have been able to maintain a steady acceptable level for a while now.

Skin Conditions and Hair

Used topically, it can be used to soften and moisturize the skin and get rid of acneunsightly marks and blemishes. I can attest to that. I use the capsule form, once a day and my hair is thicker, and my skin looks and feels so much more smooth.

lskin blemishes look better

Before and After


Studies have also shown that black seed oil helps in the fight against MRSA.

Immune Health

Black seed oil helps to balance the immune system. It helps increase immune function. It has been used in alternative HIV treatment to help soothe symptoms for years.

High Cholesterol

Taking black seed oil has been shown to reduce high cholesterol. It’s high in healthy fatty acids that can help you maintain healthier cholesterol levels.

What to Look For When Choosing Your Brand

Black cumin seed oil is the most effective and concentrated way to consume black seeds. There are various brands, but it is important to make sure that you are getting the 100% cold pressed. It can be bought at most health shops and pharmacies, online  and off. The oil is often produced in capsule form for daily consumption. It’s also sold in liquid form for hair and skin application, and for oral consumption. It can also be used in cuisine.

Side Effects of Black Seed Oil

There are no known harmful side effects. As with any remedy, there can be consequences of overdosing, so be mindful of how much works for you. A teaspoon or two a day is what most people take. You can also choose to take the capsule form, if it makes it easier for you to ingest. One or two capsules a day is a healthy dose.
Some users have complained about the after taste it leaves in the mouth. I don’t see it as an issue, though it is best to take it after a meal, rather than before.
If you are taking any medication consult your doctor before you start taking black seed oil.
If you are pregnant or nursing, it is advised not to take black seed oil because it makes the uterus contract.

What Others Are Saying About Black Seed Oil

An excellent quality oil that has a very strong and intense taste. This particular brand is cold-pressed, also this leaves no after-taste. Would recommend this oil to everyone seeking a natural remedy to an assortment of ailments ranging from (and not restricted to): arthritis/rheumatism, bowel/digestive problems,
dermatisis/skin problems  Afzal

This is the one product I never believed in until I tried it and man or man it is super oil with 1000s benefits you can check it out on google. I started drinking tables spoon on arriving but soon got nasty rash on neck and realised i was over dosing myself and reduced to tea spoon. Gives me energy and my skin looking more healthy and also this particular brand is superb quality with great spout so you don’t spill everywhere which is great when product is quite expensive I don’t like to go waste. Daptel
Excellent Delivery, Excellent product. This is my 2nd bottle have also bought for family members too. When I take 2 teaspoons daily ( in a glass of juice) my skin& hair condition improve drastically! My energy levels also increase! This oil just helps you to be the best version of you !! Externally & Internally! ! You can also apply to skin & hair directly( but mix with coconut oil or olive oil, wouldn’t use it neat). BB

Read more Black Seed Oil testimonials here

In conclusion, In my humble opinion, Black Seed Oil is a MUST HAVE in your household, in your bathroom and kitchen cabinet. I’ve been using it since January 2016 and I feel as healthy as ever. I would wholeheartedly recommend it.

4 thoughts on “Black Seed Oil

  1. Win Bill

    Very interesting. I have never heard of black seeds before, not to mention black seed oil. At first, when you mentioned Asia, I thought some bells will ring in my head, but this is totally new to me also. The cool thing about black seed as you mentioned is that it can help diabetes, cancer and HIV. I doubt it can get rid of HIV, but probably calm down the symptoms since HIV itself is an autoimmune disease. Another very useful benefit I found out from what you mentioned is that it helps with stomach problems. It seems to be perfect for reflux diseases too like the ones my father has. I will tell him to check it out. Thanks for the tips.

    1. admin Post author

      You’re very welcome. I’m happy you found it informative. It’s nice to be able to share things that I’ve had good experiences with myself. You’re right it calms down the symptoms of HIV, rather than cures it. I’ll change the wording on that so it doesn’t confuse anyone. 🙂

  2. ches

    Despite knowing a bit about Nigella sativa, (we’ve taken many micrographs of these seeds), I had no idea of their health benefits. I will now be checking it out and seeing if I can find any research or studies done on them.
    Sites like yours are a boon because the public needs to be more aware of how they can look after their own health rather than leaving it to the allopathic medical profession who mostly have no idea about nutrition, vitamins and minerals.
    The before and after image is quite remarkable. Can you tell me how long it took to get this result? Great post. Ches

    1. admin Post author

      I totally agree with you about the medical profession. This is why I embarked on my own journey of self healing. I can’t speak for the woman in the picture, but for me I started seeing results within three days. After constant use for 2 weeks, my skin started to look even all round. In fact after the very first day I applied it I noticed a shine to my normally dull skin. It really is remarkable stuff.


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