Black Seed Boosts Immune System, Fights Allergies

Black Seed, also sometimes called Black Cumin Seed, dates back 5000 years as a medicinal mainstay, with recent studies showing the powerful seed oil may help combat super bugs like h.pylori. Today more than 600 medical studies reveal its therapeutic uses.
Black Cumin Seed Oil, also called Black Coriander Oil, comes from the Nigella Sativa plant that is native to Asia.
You simply have to look to the past for proof that it works. Black Seeds were found in King Tutankhamen's tomb — physicians prescribed them to Egyptian pharaohs after extravagant feasts to calm upset stomachs. They were used by Queen Nefertiti as a health and beauty aid. Cleopatra used the oil reportedly for beautiful hair and skin.
They were considered valuable for digestive disorders by Hippocrates, and have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries for hepatitis, fever, diarrhea and cough.
Immune Support
Black Seed Oil is sourced out of Turkey, contains vitamin E and offers 100% first cold-pressed oil for maximum potency of its rich properties, which is taken as an antioxidant supplement or an alternative to other antibacterial, antiviral or immune-enhancing herbals. It is Black Seed's unique ingredients, called crystalline nigellone and thymoquinone, that knock out invading viruses, bacteria, and destructive renegade molecules.
It also helps with bronchitis, sinusitis, headaches, migraines, chronic fatigue and more.
Allergies / Asthma
Black Seed is quickly becoming the herbal oil to watch with its anti-inflammatory compounds to reduce symptoms of asthma, hay fever and skin conditions like eczema, acne, and psoriasis. This unique oil even has a medical patent for its asthma benefits. Black Seed Oil offers an easy way to take the herbal remedy that has been shown in research to reduce symptoms of allergic reactions that are shown on the skin or in the respiratory system.
For more details, read the Herbal Collective Sept'18 issue online.

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