Black seed oil is an extracted oil product, which is produced by the squeezing and compressing of black seeds. There are many appliances that will produce Black seed oil. The black, tiny, thick shaped cumin seed is mostly used ‘black seeds’ or black cumin seeds. They are slightly curved with a rough texture that makes them very unique and easy to pick and identify.
These ingredients of this oil give multipurpose natural remedy for many diseases which include:
Black seed oil benefits:
Black seed oil weight loss:
It is believed to treat obesity, and it is a good anti-inflammatory agent that is known to help people with lose weight and it helps to decrease diabetics too. Mainly by decreasing these weight gain points, black seed oil has helped millions
- Liver gluconeogenesis
- Glucose absorption in the intestine
- Blood glucose levels
Black seed oil hair:
Benefits of this oil include its ability to help restore hair loss. It is a powerful antioxidant and antimicrobial agent. By strengthening hair follicles, there is very good reason to see how black seed oil can help and promote strengthened hair roots.
Black seed oil for Cancer:
There are many scientists evaluated that antitumor activity of chemicals thymoquinone and thymol hydroquinone in mice and also discovered that these two phytochemicals in black seed oil can result in 52% decrease in tumor-causing cells in the body. For being rich in both the chemicals, black seed is unique and it can able to treat cancer through a variety of mechanisms are as follows:
- Cell cycle arrest
- Reactive oxygen species generation
- Apoptosis induction
Black seed oil for skin:
The choroid and epidermis, melanin are pigments which protect the skin from damage. The main chemical responsible for giving our eyes and skin their individual color. Black seed oil is known to promote and inhibit Melanogenesis (melanin production), this oil benefits on the skin and other cells is mainly healing.
Black seed oil side effects:
Black seed shows that it can slow down the blood clotting and increase the risk of continuous bleeding. So, black seed can make bleeding disorders worse.
Black seed can lower the blood sugar levels in some people and also increases the signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Monitor the blood sugar carefully if you having diabetes and used black seed.
Low blood pressure (B.P)
Black seed can lower blood pressure. But the black seed can make blood pressure become too low in people with low blood pressure.
Black seed can slow blood clotting, reduce blood sugar, and increase sleepiness in some people. It can increase the risk of continuous bleeding and interfere with blood sugar and anesthesia too, during the surgery. Stop using black seed at least two weeks before surgery.