Black Seed Oil - Glass Amber Bottle, Therapeutic, Classic Oil

Black Seed Oil - Glass Amber Bottle, Therapeutic, Classic Oil

Black Seed Oil - Glass Amber Bottle, Therapeutic, Classic Oil

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Treat eczema, acne and psoriasis with pure black seed oil. This powerful oil is filled with essential fatty acids, nutrients, bioactive compounds, and beneficial amino acids and proteins. Black seeds are also known as black cumin, black caraway, blackonion seeds, or kalonji in parts where they are common. When not being applied directly, the oil can be added to massage oils, shampoos, and other bath and body products.

Origin of Black Seed Oil

Black seed oil has been used as a natural remedy for thousands of years. The oil is extracted from Nigella sativa, a small plant with pale colored flowers that grows in Western Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. People can ingest the black seed oil in the form of capsules or topically apply to reap its skincare benefits. Black seeds are also commonly used to flavor pickles, curries, and bread in a similar way to oregano.

Active Ingredients

Obtained from black cumin (Nigella sativa) seed oil. The active ingredients in black seed oil are thymoquinone, beta-sisterol, and nigellone. Black seed oil also contains selenium, arginine, iron, calcium, carotene, potassium, and amino acids such as linoleic, oleic, stearic acids, and palmitic.

Hazard Information 

  • Eye Contact: Slight Eye Irritant
  • Skin Contact: No hazard
  • Ingestion: No hazard
  • Inhalation: No hazard

Packaging

This oil is packaged in a glass amber bottle that protects it from the sun’s degenerative effects. An airtight lid keeps the oil in place to avoid accidental spills when travelling, while a euro-type dispense dropper (included) makes it super-easy to dispense this powerful oil on demand.

Black seed oil uses

  • Black seed oil for skin – to use black seed oil for skin, simply dilute it with a few drops of carrier oil such as almond or coconut oil, and apply topically.
  • Warming massage – add a of Bargzoils black seed oil to a tablespoon of carrier oil and use for massage.
  • Black seed oil for hair and scalp – add a couple of drops of this oil to your shampoo or air conditioner for hair and scalp care.
  • For homemade perfumes – add as a base note with its unique peppery scent.

Black seed oil benefits

Black seed oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, anti-allergic, hypotensive, antibacterial, antifungal, and over a dozen other pharmacological and therapeutic properties. This oil has massive benefits for skin, hair, and health.

  • Boosts hair health – low concentrations of black seed oil (combined with carrier oil) can generally help boost hair and scalp health. This treatment not only moisturizes the scalp but also promotes hair growth.
  • Prevents hair loss – black side oil is known to help regrow hair in bald areas of the scalp. Add a few drops of this oil to a carrier oil (such as olive oil) on a 1:1 ratio and rub vigorously on bald patches. Wash with water after about 30 minutes.
  • Relief headache – having a headache? Apply a small amount of this oil to a handkerchief and smell the cloth every once in a while. The aroma of black seed oil is known to ease headaches.
  • Treat insect stings – got a wasp bite? Take warm water and add a few drops of black seed oil. Deep the affected body part in the water for about 5 minutes. This should help reduce the pain of the inspect bite.
  • Alleviate a fever – since black seed oil has antipyretic properties, it can help alleviate fever. Simply add 8-10 drops of this oil to half a quart of water and put in a spray bottle. Spray all over your body for a cooling effect.
  • Treats acne – because it has antibacterial properties, black seed oil kills P. acnes bacteria that cause acne. It also opens up pores when water vapor with this oil is used on the face.Note: when applied directly to the skin, black seed oil can cause irritation and even muscle spasms in severe cases. Simply add 10 drops of black seed oil to 2 quarts of boiling water and expose your face to the resulting vapor (which contains volatile properties of this oil).

FAQS

Can black seed oil regrow hair?

Black seed oil is one of the best plant extracts for growing thicker hair, reversing hair loss, and improving general health. Simply mix 1 part of black seed oil with 2 parts of olive oil and vigorously massage your scalp and blad patches to encourage hair growth.

CAUTIONS: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes.

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