The oil derived from Black cumin seeds is proven to be rich in amazing medicinal effects. Its oil is found to be more potent than its seeds. Cumin seed oil can be used as food to sustain the body's immune system. It is in the oil form that you can maximize its health benefits, such as antibacterial, antiflatulence, diuretic, purifier, muscle and nerve relaxant, and even for improvement of blood flow during monthly period. Black Cumin essential oil can be mixed well with Chamomile, Angelica, Coriander, and Caraway.
Black cumin seeds are available in ground or whole preparation. If you opt for the ground cumin, buy only a small amount each time because its aroma dies out more easily than the whole ones.
There have been more than six hundred peer reviews conducted about the benefits of oils from black seeds. They have found out that there are some problems that cannot be addressed by black seed oil. They said the therapeutic abilities of black seeds are relatively incredible plus the fact that it has no side effects. However, it just seems surprising that majority of people in the US do not know about it. Here are some easy black cumin oil preparations you can do at home:
Circulatory system. Simply massage directly all over the body to promote healthy blood flow in the vessels. Digestive system. You can add a drop of the oil into your preferred hot drink to prevent indigestion. As a massage oil, blend 3 drops of black cumin essential oil with 1.5 mL of sesame oil and massage on your abdomen to relieve flatulence, stomachache, gastritis, dyspepsia, vomiting, morning sickness, diarrhea, and even colic in babies. These symptoms can also be relieved by adding 2 drops of cumin oil in a warm bath or diffuser.
Improve Appetite. Simply open the bottle and inhale the aroma. You can also make a black cumin tea by adding 1-2 teaspoons of freshly ground/crushed cumin seeds to 600 mL of boiling water. You may add honey if available. Sip while warm after each meal.
Cooking. Use about 1 to 3 drops of cumin oil as seasoning to enhance flavor of your dish like soups or curry-based food. Hair care. Mix a drop of black cumin oil with your favorite shampoo or conditioner to improve texture and shine.
Respiratory aid. Add 1 drop to your diffuser or inhaler to alleviate shortness of breath or difficulty of breathing. You may also try steam inhalation to relieve cough and congestion by adding 2 drops of Black Cumin oil in steam inhaler. Also, you can mix 2 drops of cumin oil with your preferred vapor rub or cream and massage it on the back, throat and chest.
Mood/Emotional support. Add three to four drops of oil in a diffuser to feel some "good vibes" and self-confidence.
Blood sugar. Add two drops of oil in a diffuser, burner , or vaporizer and inhale it. This process works in regulating the blood sugar levels when the medicinal effects of its molecular aroma reach the control center of the body, the pituitary gland and limbic system.
Muscle pains. After a heavy activity like working out, dilute some oil and directly massage on sore muscles. Temporary deafness/tinnitus. This condition often occurs following a moderate viral infection like
Flu. Add 1 tablespoon of cumin seeds to 600 mL of water and boil for 15 minutes. Strain and let the liquid cool. Put a drop of the cumin extract into the affected ears. Additionally, you may mix 4 drops of black cumin oil and 5 mL of wheatgerm oil and massage the neck and the back of the ears.
Cellulite. Add 8 drops of cumin oil to 3 drops of orange or lemon oil, 2 drops of wheatgerm oil and 15 mL almond oil. Massage a small amount of the mixture over the tummy, thighs and legs.
Detox. Mix 20 drops of black cumin oil with 10 mL of virgin coconut or olive oil and use the mixture to massage the body. This can penetrate through the skin's cellular levels and minimizes the harmful effects of free radicals. You may also use in bath by adding 4 drops of cumin oil to the water.
Skin problems. Add 2 drops black cumin oil to 1 mL of jojoba oil or any mild lotion of your preference and apply to skin as usual. This is helpful in keeping the skin moisturized, hence preventing the signs of aging like wrinkles and melasma. It also has antibacterial properties that prevent pimples and help in wound healing.
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I take a teaspoon of this oil each evening with a glass of water to wash it down. I think I am going to have to switch to mornings as it makes me so energetic. This is the highest quality I have found and it certainly has helped with my IBS, dry skin and arthritis as this is the only thing really different I have done and all have improved considerably.
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