What is Black Cumin?

The black cumin plant, which is seen as a panacea except death and has been used against diseases by people for centuries, is also known as “black habbe” among the people.

Where Does Black Cumin Grow?

Nigella sativa grows in India, some countries in Africa and Southern European countries. The product grown in our country is of good quality and acceptable.

What are the Benefits of Black Cumin?

Black cumin has countless benefits. This situation is also known by scientists. All over the world, there are various researches on black cumin. Every day, a new benefit of this small-grained plant emerges.

Let’s take a look at some of the known benefits of the plant:

It protects the heart. It is supported by researches that it has a cholesterol-lowering, good cholesterol, i.e. HDL-raising effect.
Supports the liver. It supports the liver in removing toxins, drugs and foreign substances.
Recent studies show that regular daily use of black cumin reduces migraine attacks.
It is good for chronic fatigue. It helps you have a good sleep.
It has the effect of increasing sexual power.
How to Use Black Cumin?

Black cumin seeds can be used by grinding or chewing with a spice grinding machine. It can be consumed by mixing with yogurt or honey. It can be added to salads.

Nigella sativa oil, also known as nigella sativa oil, is a good alternative for people who have difficulty swallowing these small grains.

What are the Usage and Benefits of Black Cumin Oil?
Black cumin oil is a very good solution, especially for nausea.
It is preferred for hair care. It prevents hair loss. It helps hair to grow healthy and fast.
Black seed oil is also preferred as a massage oil. It is comforting.
What are the Harms of Black Cumin Oil?

It is generally safe for most people and not harmful. However, it is recommended to consult a doctor before using it by those with chronic diseases, pregnant women, lactating women and children.

It can cause allergic itching in some people. In such a situation, the use should be discontinued.