Black Cumin/Nigelle Oil (Nigella sativa)
Country of origin: Egypt
Black cumin oil, in addition to the classic essential fatty acids, is rich in various constituents: aromatic molecules, nigeline, nigellone, vitamin E, carotenoids, minerals ...
Black cumin oil is well known in the East. Used alone or in a mixture, it regenerates the skin. It effectively combats a multitude of skin problems. It is particularly suitable when the skin balance is compromised by inflammation or yeast infections. It is also a hair and nail tonic, being specificaly effective on dry and fragile hair. It is common to use it alone but the fact of combining it with other active vegetable oils in the same direction is common: rosehip or rose hips, calophyll ...
Internally, let us retain its beneficial effects agains allergic sensitivity around the respiratory ssystem. More recently, it has been demonstrated that it can stimulate the immune system.
It is not always easy to swallow it: in this case, combine it with other plants with a less intense taste, such as olive or argan.
To amplify the effects that we have just described, it is also possible to associate it with essential oils having similar properties. In the context of allergy, let us quote in particular: the marigold, tarragon, khella or even star anise.
Suitable for oily, mature, combination, sensitive, dry and acne prone skin
Recommended in case of imperfections, black spots and large pores, sensitivities.
Suitable for damaged, tired, fine, oily, dry hair and sensitive scalp.
Precautions for use
For internal use it is not suitable for children under 12 years. Pregnant and lactating women must seek advice from their doctor.
USED ALONE OR IN A MIXTURE, IT REGENERATES SKIN AND IT ALLOWS IT TO EFFECTIVELY FIGHT A MULTITUDE OF SKIN PROBLEMS. IT IS ALSO KNOWN FOR ITS TONING ACTION FOR HAIR AND NAILS. IT IS PARTICULARLY SUITABLE FOR DRY AND FRAGILE HAIR.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: EGYPT