Black Seed Oil Healing Powers Are Absolutely Real

by in Health Tips June 20, 2019

Did you know that constant stress and severe psychological strains, poisons in our environment, lack of sleep or physical activity, and unbalanced diet can all lead to a weakened immune system? Because these conditions are all but guaranteed in modern society, more and more people in the industrialized world suffer from this. The result is an increased susceptibility to colds, skin and breathing problems, overgrowth of fungi and allergies, as well as disturbances of the digestive system, chronic exhaustion, and migraines. A causal link even exists between cancer and certain immune disturbances.

Chemical preparations often have undesirable side effects and only suppress the symptoms of an illness without curing it. That is why today, more and more people place their trust in natural methods of healing that work holistically to heal the whole body like Black Seed Oil. Black Seed a natural herb traditionally was used to treat respiratory illnesses, stomach and intestinal ailments, and circulatory and immune system dysfunction, and as a tonic for general wellbeing. Today, Black Seed  is used for treating digestive tract conditions including gas, colic, diarrhoea, dysentery, constipation, and hemorrhoids. It is also used for respiratory conditions including asthma, allergies, cough, bronchitis, emphysema, flu, swine flu, and congestion. Other uses include lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol levels, treating cancer, and boosting the immune system.

Black Seeds Unique’s Amazingness

The compound in Black Seeds and its’ Oil, namely Thymoquinone, helps induce apoptosis (cell death) in leukemia cells. It has the same effect in breast cancer cells, brain tumor cells, pancreatic cancer, cervical cancer, and even oral cancer cells and cavity-forming bacteria. Black Seed Oil is also sometimes recommended as a natural protection against some of the danger from radiation and used in conjunction with conventional treatments.

Black Seed Oil Active Ingredients

The main and most researched active ingredient in Black Seed Oil is thymoquinone. Thymoquinone (TQ) has been studied for protecting the liver, reducing inflammation, fighting cancer, and as an antioxidant. The seeds also contain Thymohydroquinone (THQ), Thymol, and alpha-Hederin, a potential cancer-fighting ingredient. Even though it contains a multitude of active compounds including alkaloids, saponins, sterols, B vitamins, minerals and omega-3 and omega-6 fats, researchers believe its major actions come from three key naturally occurring phytochemicals namely Thymoquinone (TQ), Thymohydroquinone (THQ) and Thymol.

Thymoquinone (TQ)

TQ acts as a scavenger for both free radicals and superoxide radicals. Supports your body’s detoxification processes, liver health, and already normal inflammatory response.

Thymohydroquinone (THQ)

THQ is a potent AChE inhibitor that supports the activity of neurotransmitter acetylcholine for your brain health and cognitive function. (AChE or Acetylcholinesterase is an enzyme that breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine at the synaptic cleft (the space between two nerve cells) so the next nerve impulse can be transmitted across the synaptic gap. Pesticides of the organophosphate and carbamate types act to paralyze and kill insects by inhibiting their acetylcholinesterase. Abbreviated AChE).


The active ingredient in thyme essential oil, thymol was registered as a pesticide in 1964. The FDA lists thymol, thyme, and thyme essential oil as Generally Regarded as Safe or GRAS, and foods for human consumption.

Studies show each of these active ingredients are effective by themselves, however, they appear to work even better when combined with each other as they are naturally found in Black Seed Oil. Black Seed Oil is also rich in various vitamins and minerals, such as copper, phosphorus, zinc, iron, and carotene (provitamin A). Fatty acids make about 30% of the seeds. These are mostly unsaturated fatty acids, including linoleic acid and oleic acid, and some saturated fatty acids.

There are many other uses and potential benefits of black seed oil which we have not expounded upon based on the fact that they are either anecdotal or being investigated at this time. You can rest easy knowing that the oil is safe for consumption, even more so than for topical application.


Schleicher, P. & Saleh, M., (2000) Black Cumin: The Magical Egyptian Herb for Allergies, Asthma, and Immune Disorders.

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