Black Seed Oil / Kalonji Oil
Botanically known as Nigella sativa, black seed is a plant native to south and southwest Asia popularly known as Kalonji. Since the ancient times, black seed is appreciated for its numerous medicare and therapeutic properties for the betterment of several health conditions such as respiratory health, stomach pain, circulatory and immune system support owing to its curative properties like analgesic, anti inflammatory, anti-allergic, antioxidants, antiviral, anti-obesity, and antimicrobial for general well -being. The offered black seed oil is obtained from the dried seeds of Nigella Sativa seeds through the method of cold pressing extraction. Black seed oil is appreciated for its wide range of benefits of the skin and hair. Besides, it is also appreciated as a carrier oil for diluting many other essential and carrier oils.
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|Botanical Name||Nigella sativa|
|Origin||Native to south and southwest Asia.|
|Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used||Black seed oil is extracted through cold pressing extraction method from the seeds of the Nigella sativa, commonly known as Kalonji in Indian subcontinent.|
|Properties||Dark yellow to amber in color.|
|Integrants||Black seed oil is mainly composed of Thymoquinone as a major source of its curative properties along with Thymohydroquinone and Thymol in significant quantities.|
|Therapeutic Properties||This essential oil comprises of anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anticancer, anti-obesity, antimicrobial, analgesic and antifungal agents.|
|Blends Well With||Black seed oil mixes perfectly with Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang, Vetivert, Ginger oil, and other carrier oils.|
|Precautions||Pregnant women should avoid Black seed oil.|