Sunday, 8 January 2012

Maintaining your health, beauty and vitality by black cumin

Nigella Sativa is traditionally known in Middle Eastern countries as "Habbat al Barakah" - 'The Blessed Seed', due to it's powerful healing qualities for many ailments. It has been used for thousands of years in the Middle East as well as ports of Asia and Africa and is now well known in the USA and Europe.
The most often quoted historical references come from ancient Islamic literature, wherein the black cumin is regarded the greatest medicinal plant to ever exist. Prophet Muhammad has once mentioned that the black cumin seed is capable of curing every disease except death. He said: “Hold on to the use of the black seed, for it has the cure for every illness except death.”
The seeds of Nigella sativa, commonly known as black seed or black cumin, are used in folk (herbal) medicine all over the world for the treatment and prevention of a number of diseases and conditions that include asthma, diarrhoea and dyslipidaemia.
Cleopatra  health and beauty
The oil of nigella sativa is so beneficial due to it's content of over a hundred components such as aromatic oils, trace elements, vitamins and enzymes. It contains 58% of essential fatty acids including omega 6 and omega 3. These are necessary for the forming of Prostaglandin E1 which balances and strengthens the immune system giving it the power to prevent infections and allergies and control chronic illnesses. Healthy cells are protected from viruses thus inhibiting tumours. Blackseed oil also contains about 0.5 - 1.5% volatile oils including nigellone and thymochinone which are responsible for its anti-histamine, anti-oxidant, anti-infective and broncho-dilating effect.
Nigella Sativa oil was found in Tutankhamen's tomb. It is known to have been used by Cleopatra for it's health and beauty giving qualities.
Ancient Greek records say that the great physician Dioskorides used black cumin to treat and cure a variety of illnesses including intestinal parasites, toothaches, headaches, respiratory congestion and amenorrhea. He also used it as a diuretic and to promote milk production.
This pill is a semi-completed foods diet. Do not hesitate to take a teaspoon each day, and stay away from diseases that greatly increased in recent times.

Nigella Sativa for Beauty
More importantly, enjoy another gift from Nature! The simplest way to deal with black bean be put one teaspoon of black seed on a plate containing milk (yogurt) and immersed in olive oil. That is one of the most useful dishes in the morning breakfast or dinner.
Examples of Use
Half a teaspoon of nigella sativa oil in a bowl of hot water, vapour bath with a towel over head.
Hair Loss
Stroke the scalp thoroughly with lemon, leave for 15 minutes then wash and dry. Then apply ½ - 1 tsp nigella sativa oil.
Healthy Complexion
Rub ½ tsp oil all over face. Wash with cold water.
Skin fungus
Wipe affected area with cider vinegar, then apply nigella sativa oil, repeat if necessary.
Rub the forehead and sides of the head and part of the face near the ears with thenigella sativa oil. Drink ½ tsp of oil after a meal 3 times a day.
Colic (babies)
Warm nigella sativa oil in hand, massage the whole abdomen with it, stroking clockwise.

Inhale through nose with vapour bath, take 1 tsp daily in chronic cases, 3 times daily in acute cases.
Asthma and Cough:
Rub the back and chest with nigella sativa oil. Drink one tsp after meals three times a day.
Inhale vapour of boiling water with 1 tsp of oil with a towel over head.
Colds and Flu
1 tsp of nigella sativa oil three times a day. Drink hot lemon with honey.
Nervous Tension
½ tsp nigella sativa oil with herbal tea like lemon balm

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