Black cumin seed oil from Polesie Treasures is made from the seeds of the nigella plant using the method of first cold pressing. The cold-pressing method allows the oil to retain vitamins and minerals as well as its natural flavour.
- The oil helps to fight off resistant to antibiotics bacteria and it has a beneficial effect on the immune system1,
- Helps to alleviate seasonal allergy,
- Black seed oil contains thymoquinone that has antibacterial properties2
- Supports the fight against diabetes3,
- The oil has a beneficial effect on the digestive system4,
It is good as an addition to meals - it enhances the flavour of salads, cold snacks, can be used in yogurt, fruit cocktails or cream soups.
Nigella oil is not recommended to be used in deep frying.
Best when consumed cold. The oil is best stored in a cool, dark place at a temperature not exceeding 20°C. Protect from sunlight. Sediment may occur - this is a natural effect and it does not affect the nutritional value of the oil.
Ingredients: 100% black seed oil
Capacity: 250 ml
The product is not a medicinal product. It does not cure. It is made of unmodified natural ingredients. The content of vitamins, microelements and other substances corresponds to proportions naturally existing in wild growing plants. Herbs, vegetables and fruits contain a number of vitamins and microelements which have been known for centuries that have a beneficial effect on the body and physiological processes occurring in it. Some are directly claimed to have medicinal properties. However, current legislation prohibits the portrayal of most natural foods as having pro-health properties. The regulations in this area are contradictory and the Chief Sanitary Inspector services apply the most rigorous interpretation, which may soon result in the possibility to sell herbs, fruit and vegetables, i.e. the most natural food ingredients, without informing about their properties.
For example, it will be allowed to sell garlic, but it will be forbidden to say that it is a natural antibiotic and helps to fight off a cold and sore throat.
1„Właściwości prozdrowotne czarnuszki siewnej i jej znaczenie w leczeniu dny moczanowej”, Roksana Jurczak, Julita Reguła, Forum Zaburzeń Metabolicznych 2018;9(3):95-102.
2„Zdrowie z natury – czarnuszka siewna w produktach kosmetycznych i leczniczych”, Agata Kaźmierczak, Dominika Wcisło-Dziadecka, Nikola Zmarzły, Postępy Nauk Medycznych, 2018; XXXI(1A): 61-64
3Mańkowska D., Bylka W., „Nigella sativa L. – związki czynne, aktywność biologiczna”, "Herba Polonica" 2009, nr 1
4Gerard Debuigne, Francois Couplan, Wielki Zielnik Roślin Leczniczych, Larousse, 2017, 43