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BLACK SEED OIL

Cancers and Tumors

Mix 1 tsp black seed oil with 1 tsp raw honey and take it one-three times a day. For an aggressive protocol take the mixture one hour before breakfast, mid afternoon and then before you go to sleep. Some suggest limiting the dose to once a day an hour before breakfast. Alternatively, you can use 2 tsps of black seed oil and 1 tsp of crushed seed powder (remember to heat it first!) mixed with raw unfiltered honey or freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Many people supplement this protocol with olive leaf or olive leaf extract which is a natural antibiotic used for many illnesses, such as candida albicans, viral infections and cancer Scientists have identified and isolated the compound responsible for olive oil’s benefits known as oleuropein. It is the poly-phenol that can help lower bad cholesterol and blood pressure, prevent cancer, protect against oxidative damage, and help guard against cognitive decline. In fact, when oleuropein was given to animals with tumors, the tumors completely regressed and disappeared in 9 to 12 days Freshly dried olive leaf in capsules should be taken as follows: 21 capsules the first day and then 9 capsules each day thereafter.

Incorporating several natural anti-cancer remedies is a wise approach as well as major diet and lifestyle changes. If you’re not familiar with Essiac Tea  Furthermore, there is a plethora of information freely available on natural cures 

 Cystic Fibrosis

Rub black seed oil into the chest. Mix 1 tsp of the oil with raw honey and drink up to three times a day.

 Type 2 Diabetes

Mix the oil with raw honey and consume twice a day. Removing carbohydrates, especially sugar from your diet is an absolute must. Diarrhea

Combine one cup of kefir with 1 tsp oil and consume twice per day.

 Dry Cough

Mix one half tsp oil with coffee. Massage the oil into your back and chest twice per day.

Earache

Mix 1 tsp of crushed, heated, seed and add several drops of real olive oil. Mix well and use a syringe to drop 7 drops into the ear every morning and evening.

 Impaired Vision

One half hour before bed rub your eyelids with the oil.

 Flu and Colds

Mix 1 tsp oil with raw honey and consume in the morning before breakfast. You may also use a drop or two in each nostril to combat congestion.

 Headaches and Migraines

Rub the oil on your temples. Consume black seed with raw honey two times per day. You may also put a couple drops in your nostrils and rub a small amount into your scalp. Eat black seeds and honey, two times a day.

 Mouth Infection Virus

Hold black seeds in your mouth for 10-15 minutes.

 Muscular Dystrophy

Take 1 tsp of black seeds mixed with raw honey three times per day. Add marrow stock soup and raisins to your diet.

 Rheumatic and Back Pain

Warm up the black seed oil and massage into the painful area. Consume the black seed and raw honey mixture daily as well.

 Stomach Pain

Eat a large spoon full of black seeds and raw honey. Follow with peppermint tea.

 Toothache and Gum infections

Boil black seeds and vinegar, allow to cool then rinse your mouth with the mixture.

Bee and Wasp Stings

Boil ground seed and apply the liquid to the stings.

Cardiovascular Problems

Everyday in the morning drink one half tsp of oil mixed with hot water.

Complexion

Mix olive oil and black seeds then clean your face with the mixture. Rinse well after an hour.

Gas

Mix 1 tsp seeds with 1 tsp of raw honey and take before breakfast.

 Hemorrhoids

Drink black seed mixed with water.

 Hypertension or High Blood Pressure

Mix hot water with 1/2 tsp oil and consume daily. Make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D and K2 and are working garlic into your diet

Immune System:

Taking one tsp of oil daily supports the immune system.

Mosquitoes and Bugs

Bugs cannot stand the smell of the oil burnt in an incense burner.

 Nose and Throat Inflammation

Mix 1/2 tsp oil with lemon juice and drink. Vaporize the oil with some hot water and breathe in the fumes.

 Vomiting

Mix together 1/2 tsp ginger juice and 1/2 black seed oil.
It is very important to read part one first, as it has some extremely good information on cancer and diabetes. The cure will not work unless the whole protocol is followed, such as preparing the seeds properly and taking the oil on an empty stomach.

Be careful. Do not take an excessive amount. Too much of anything can be toxic and if you were to consume 25 grams of black seed at once you could do serious harm.

Bottom line:

 Take black seed everyday for general well being and then in the event that you come down with a disease a small amount of black seed will be all you need.

 

51 Worst Diseases and Conditions to Treat with Black Seed Oil

 

1. Baldness and Hair Loss

Loss of hair could be either due to age or some other underlying conditions. People have reported to have improved the growth of hair using black seed oil.

Just pour some oil in your palm and rub both hands against each other. Massage then to the scalp, especially the bald areas.

2. Beard Growth

If you have a thin beard and wants to make it thick, black seed is the solution. Just take some and massage in to the beard. Make sure it reaches the roots.

3. Bee and Wasp Stings

When I was a child, I used to “to make the wasps and bees angry” by inserting thins sticks in the wall holes.lol, naughty, any? I used to get stung and when it was on the face, I would not get out three days and stay at home. The reason that my face would be so swollen that I would become a good laughing stock for my friends. I did not know at the time the miracle of black seed

Boil the seeds in water and apply to the stings.

4. Cancer and Tumors

Crush fresh cloves of garlic and mix with honey and black seed or its oil. Take a teaspoon three times a day.

5. Cardiovascular

Mix half a teaspoon of the oil with warm water and drink before breakfast.

6. Radiant Skin and Face

Mix the oil with some olive oil and honey. Apply to face or skin and leave for 15 minutes. Wash with warm water. It makes the skin glow.

7. Chest Congestion

Take one teaspoon twice a day. If you mix it with honey, it works wonders.

8. Cough

Mix an equal amount of the oil with raw honey. Take a teaspoon of the mixture twice a day.

9. Diabetes

Mix the oil with raw or manuka honey. Take one teaspoon twice a day. Do not take sugar and other foods that cause diabetes.

10. Diarrhea

Put one teaspoon of the oil in one cup of yogurt and drink twice a day. If you add honey, it will add to the taste to make it yummy and heal you faster.

11. Earache

Take a few drops of olive and mix it with a few drops of black seed oil. Put three to five drops in the ear. Please note if you have perforated drum, ask your doctor.

12. Eye Disease and Vision

Carrots are known for making the eye sight better. Mix half a teaspoon of oil with one cup of carrot and drink.

13. Flu and Colds

Mix one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of black seed oil and take twice a day. For best results, use raw or local organic honey.

 14. Facial Paralysis

Boil the water and add one teaspoon of oil and inhale the fumes.

15. Nasal Congestion

Place only 3 drops in each nostril to ease the congestion

16. Gallstones

Take one tablespoon of black seed and mix it with honey and warm water. Drink twice a day. You can also mix half a cup of olive oil with a tablespoon of black seed and raw honey. Drink the solution on empty stomach before going to bed.

17. Liver Stones

Same as above.

18. Gas and Flatulence

Mix honey and black seed in equal amount and take first thing in the morning.

19. Hemorrhoids

Mix honey, black seed and oil in equal amount and drink. You can also apply the paste to the itching area.

20. Premature Gray Hair

Mix an equal amount of olive and black seed oil and massage in to the scalp. Wash with warm water after an hour.

21. Headaches and Migraines

Mix black seed oil and honey in equal proportion and eat twice a day. For quick result put a few drops in nostrils and rub on the temples.

22. High Blood Pressure

Boil water and add one teaspoon of the oil. Leave it until it is moderately warm and then drink. For best results, mix garlic with black seed and eat.

23. Hypertension

Take half a teaspoon in warm water and drink.

24. Boosting Immunity

Take one teaspoon of the oil twice a day for general well being.

25. Breast Feeding and Lactation

Mix honey and the oil in equal amount. Take one teaspoon every day.

 26. Boosting Memory

Take a half teaspoon of the oil with half a teaspoon of raw honey. Take twice a day.

 27. Moles

Make a paste of honey and black seed oil and apply to moles.

28. Mosquitoes

In hot countries, it is often a big problem especially at night. Put some black seed oil in the incense burner and enjoy a nice and sound sleep.

29. Mouth Infection

Take half a teaspoon and swish around in your mouth for 5 minutes.

30. Gingivitis

Do the same procedure as above.

31. Nose and Throat Conditions

Make a mixture of the oil with lemon juice and honey. Take twice a day.

 32. Back Pain

Rub the oil on the back before going to bed. Eat honey and black seed or its oil.

33. Muscular Pain

Apply the oil to the area where there is pain and massage gently for a few minutes.

34. Rheumatic Pains

Mix black seed and honey and eat daily in small amount. Rub the oil on the aching areas gently.

 35. Stomach Pain

Take a teaspoon of black seed with honey. Also mix some honey in a peppermint tea and sip it while it is lightly warm.

36. Tooth ache

Boil cider vinegar and black seed and rinse the mouth with the liquid. Repeat twice a day until the pain is gone.

37. Gum infection

Take some oil and rub them on the gums gently all rounds. Repeat twice a day.

38. Weight Loss

Some people use it for weight loss with great results. It boost the metabolic rate so you may burn more calories. Take 1 a teaspoon in the morning and another at night.

39. Asthma

Take one teaspoon mixed with one teaspoon of honey.

40. Eczema

Mix one teaspoon of oil with one tablespoon of manuka honey and one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil. Apply the paste twice a day.

41. Bladder infection

One teaspoon of black seed or its oil with raw or manuka honey twice a day.

42. Infections

Crush two fresh garlic cloves and add one teaspoon of black seed with one tablespoon of honey. Eat twice a day. You can also apply it to external wounds. For external replace the seeds with oil.

43. Sore Throat

Mix one teaspoon with fresh lemon juice and honey. Take twice a day.

44. Cold and Flue

Take one teaspoon of oil before break fast.

45. Nasal Congestion

Put 3 drops in each nostril.

46. Chest congestion

Massage gently on the chest.

47. Hemorrhoids

Take one teaspoon twice a day. Mix honey and olive and apply the paste to the itching area.

48. Gas and flatulence

Take one teaspoon twice a day.

49. Toothache

Dip a cotton ball in the oil and place it on aching tooth.

50. Insomnia

Mix one teaspoon with one tablespoon of honey and eat before going to bed.`

51. Dry Mouth

To treat dry mouth with black seed oil, take a table spoon and swish around your mouth for one minute and the spit out. Do not rinse your mouth with water for 30 minutes. You may also swallow on teaspoon twice a day for great results.

BENEFITS OF BLACK SEED OIL

1. Black Seed Oil May Prevent Diabetes

Black seed oil shows huge promise when it comes to preventing and managing both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. One study out of the Indian Council of Medical Research found that black seed oil actually caused a partial “regeneration” of pancreatic cells, lowered previously elevated serum glucose levels, and lowered serum insulin concentrations

In the same study, researchers also mentioned that black seeds improved glucose tolerance as well as the major type 2 diabetes drug metformin without the nasty side effects of stomach pain, bloating, headaches, heartburn, and flushing . Of course, you’ll want to speak to your doctor before quitting any medications.

2. Black Seed Oil Has Anti-Cancer Properties


If research has anything to say about black seed oil, it’s that it is a potent cancer cell fighter. Studies have shown its active compound, thymoquinone, reduces malignant colon tumor sizes, induces cell death in pancreatic and breast cancer cells, and has anti-metastatic actions (i.e., helps stop the spears of cancers)

One study also mentioned that the combination of thymoquinone with standard cancer treatments like chemotherapy could actually reduce the toxicity of chemo and make treatments more effective

Combined with chemotherapy, black seed oil can make cancer treatment more effective.

Interestingly, scientists from another study mentioned that thymoquinone and thymohydroquinone’s antitumor effects may be dose-dependent, stating: “The results indicate that THQ antitumor activity may be improved with further dose increase of the investigated substance.” This was after also discovering that these two compounds resulted in a 52 percent decrease in tumor cells

Now, we all know that the positive results of these studies don’t necessarily mean that black seed oil is a definite cancer cure for everyone. However, it does give us a great starting point in using this oil as an alternative treatment.

3. Black Seed Oil Protects Against Liver Damage

Black seed oil has been shown to protect against liver damage from hepatic ischemia reperfusion injury while also protecting liver tissue against the effects of toxic metals. It has even been shown to create a protective effect against radioactive chemicals, including cadmium, by rejuvenating the antioxidants that were depleted after exposure to the chemicals

4. Black Seed Oil Has Anti-Inflammatory Effects
Black seed oil has also been shown to have powerful anti-inflammatory effects. Osteoporosis (which is heavily linked to inflammation) is just one of the ailments researchers put up to bat against black seed oil, and they found that its thymoquinone content inhibited a wide variety of substances that cause inflammation

In addition, scientists also discovered thymoquinone’s ability to inhibit molecules that cause allergic airway inflammation in the lungs (the kind that you might experience in an allergic reaction)

5. Black Seed Oil Promotes Skin HealthApplying black seed oil topically also appears to have endless benefits. In the case against acne, researchers discovered that application of the oil resulted in reduction of lesions in just two months, attributing the results to black seed oil’s antimicrobial, immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects

Apply black seed oil topically to reduce acne.

In a separate study, black seed oil was also shown to inhibit skin cancer cells in mice; it delayed “papilloma formation and reduced the number of papillomas per mouse”

The fact that black seed oil is anti-inflammatory and shows a good amount of antioxidant activity also makes it great for use as an anti-aging moisturizer.

6. Black Seed Oil Has Antibacterial & Antifungal Properties
Antibacterial and antifungal resistance is a well-known problem in the medical field today. As a result, scientists have started looking outside the box of traditional western therapies (i.e., antibiotics) for answers.

Black seed oil emerged as one of the most promising. Researchers in one study discovered its active components thymol, thymoquinone, and thymohydroquinone were 100 percent effective in inhibiting 30 different pathogens

It has also been found in several other studies to inhibit the growth of candida yeasts and Staphylococcus aureus (staph) infection  This is powerful news, since candida overgrowth has become very common due to modern diets high in processed sugars, as well as the fact that staph infections are also common in hospitals.

7. Black Seed Oil Promotes Weight LossWhile oils aren’t the first substances that come to mind when we think of weight loss, it turns out that black seed oil could play a role in fighting obesity. Researchers believe its ability to improve glucose tolerance, enhance liver health, decrease inflammation, and regulate glucose levels all play a role in helping the body return to a normal weight.

Black seed oil regulates glucose levels, helping you lose weight!

After all, our ability to optimize our glucose levels and use carbohydrates efficiently plays a huge role in obesity and insulin resistance, so weight loss could be a likely side effect of improving these factors . And the best part about optimizing our glucose levels? No fad diets required!

8. Black Seed Oil Boosts Immunity
Consuming black seed oil may also be an effective way to naturally increase your immunity. Studies show black seed oil enhances natural killer T cells (cells that fight viral infections) while also having the ability to restore resistance against lethal infections

Black seed oil’s effect on the immune system is even powerful enough to protect against radiation. One study found, “N. sativa oil is a promising natural radioprotective agent against immunosuppressive and oxidative effects of ionizing radiation”

9. Black Seed Oil Fights Allergies

Black seed oil also appears to be an effective remedy against allergy symptoms.One study found that patients suffering from allergic rhinitis (and everything that comes with it, like runny and itchy noses, sneeze attacks, excess mucous and congestion) found relief after being exposed to black seed oil for just two weeks. Researchers attributed these results to black seed oil’s powerful anti-inflammatory effects
With benefits like these, it’s safe to say we’re all looking forward to cherishing a bottle of black seed oil for ourselves. Luckily, it can be purchased online directly or through sites like Amazon. Various health food retailers may also carry black seed oil capsules, if you’re looking for something in pill form.

What to Look For

Just like any other oil, there are a few important things to look for when purchasing black seed oil:

  • Cold-pressed
  • No additives
  • Organic
  • Packaged in dark glass (to protect from rancidity)

Also keep in mind that black seed oil has a number of different names, including black oil, black cumin oil, etc., so be sure to check the ingredient list for purity before purchasing.

How to Use Black Seed Oil


For internal use, you can either take a teaspoon or tablespoon of black seed oil straight, or drizzle it on a salad or on veggies in place of olive oil. For skin and hair, this oil makes an excellent moisturizer. Apply to a clean face to use as a nourishing moisturizer at night, or apply to scalp and hair ends for a few minutes before showering to boost shine.

The amount of studies on black seed oil are not only impressive, but the fact that most of them show significant positive results is extremely encouraging for researchers looking into ancient methods of healing. After all, the discovery of black seed oil and its proven benefits have shown us there is credibility to ancient medicinal writings and techniques.

One thing is for sure: the benefits of black seed oil truly gives it the well-deserved title of “seeds of blessings.”