Benefits of Black Cumin Seeds

1. Cholesterol  According to the latest research the daily use of between 100 and 200 mg per day for two months of extract of black cumin seeds to reduce the levels of LDL also called bad cholesterol, protecting the circulatory system and the heart.

2. Dry cough, asthma and allergies
The Oil of black cumin seeds has anti-Asthmatic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial so the steam with a spoonful of oil of black cumin at least twice a day, it produces much relief. In addition, thanks to their properties is effective in case of sore throat and dry cough, as a homemade remedy may be added a teaspoon of oil or small seeds (as the seeds there are not enough to boil with infusionar) to the infusion of ginger with marshmallow And, or chamomile.
The Oil of black cumin seeds is a natural antihistamine, which significantly reduces the inflammation and the symptoms of allergy, the usual dose of half a teaspoon twice a day.

3. Psoriasis
The Topical use of oil of black cumin strengthens and softens the skin by improving the cases of psoriasis and eczema.

4. Heavy Metal poisoning
According to some studies the black cumin seeds are diminishing and even reverse the damage caused in the brain by the intoxication of heavy metals. In fact a phytochemical developed of black cumin seeds Nigella Sativa, called thymoquinone has been shown to be able to protect the brain from toxic elements associated with Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, dementia and epilepsy in children, in addition to improving the capacity of concentration.

5. Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA is resistant to the antibiotic)
The seeds of oil of black cumin, improve immunity, have shown good results against a bacterial strain antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus so problematic in hospital units.

6. Diabetes
The daily use, at a rate of about 2 grams of black cumin seeds seems to balance the blood sugar levels, improve the insulin resistance, to enhance the role of beta cells to regenerate the pancreas, as well as to protect the kidneys.

7. Addiction to morphine and the opiates
The seed of black cumin has shown to be positive after a continued use in time in people with dependency and addiction to morphine and opiates.

8. Care of the skin and the scars
Both the pure oil as the oil soap cumin are excellent for the care of the skin of the body, the face and the scars after an operation or any laceration.

9. Insomnia
It has traditionally been used to promote the dream a teaspoon of oil of black cumin an hour or two before I sleep alone, with milk or in a soothing infusion of Chamomile, Lavender and lemon balm.

10. Digestion
Of course like the cumin, black cumin is a good digestive, improves the digestion, reduces the inflammation of the stomach, diarrhea and gases.

11. Menstruation and breast-feeding
It has traditionally been used to promote the cumin milk production and balance the rules irregular.

12. Cancer
A phytochemical from the extract of the seeds of black cumin seems to induce the cancer cells to suicide and prevent its growth in the case of breast cancer, colon, liver, oral, leukemia, brain. In addition the thymoquinone seems to protect the brain from damage by radiation.

13. Fever
The Oil of black cumin seeds, one teaspoon per day, facilitates the detoxification of the body and reduce fever in cases of flu and cold.


Uses of Black Cumin

Black cumin is used to support the the digestive tract and respiratory system. Additional benefits of black cumin help support the skin and cardiovascular system.

Benefits black cumin


Black Cumin

By: John Vic Caagbay, M.D.

Seed of Blessing, seed of health

“From a single forgotten seed, grows the blessing of life.”

EGW; Ministry of Healing

“Fever cases have been lost. Had the physicians left off entirely their drug treatment, had they put their wits to work and wisely and persistently used the Lord’s own remedies plenty of air and water and natural herbs, the patients would have recovered.”

EGW; Counsels on Diet and Food

“Christ’s remedies cleanse the system. But Satan has tempted man to introduce into the system that which weakens the human machinery.

“Drugs never cure instead; they place in the system seeds which bear a very bitter harvest.”

EGW Letters;

“God has caused to grow, cut the ground, herbs for the use of man and if we understand the nature of these roots, seeds and herbs, and make a right use of them. There would not be a necessity of running for a doctor so frequently, and people would be in much better health than they are today.


  • Best for all diseases
  • Nigella Sativa (Scientific name)
  • From Nigeria, Africa, Asia and Middle East
  • 1st medicinal use was recorded in Egypt.
  • Flower bearing seed.
  • For Islam it was called “Seeds of Greatest Healing”

“In the black seed is healing for every disease except death”

 -The Prophet Muhammad

  • Found buried in King Tutankhamen’s tomb.
  • Used by Queen Cleopatra to shine and blacken
  • Very good for impotence
  • The Greek Doctor Dioscorides used the seeds of black cumin to treat headache and toothache.
  • Ancient miracle seed cures asthma, cancer, diabetes and more.
  • Black Cumin seed taken regularly will prevent most problems from occurring by improving the immune system and eliminating inflammation in the body.
  • NOTE: It is not a cure – all if not taken correctly with diet and lifestyle changes         – Living for Tomorrow Naturally

              January 3, 2012


(Critical Review in Food Science and Nutrition-May 30, 2015)

  1. Thymoquinone- prevent allergic reactions, asthma and eczema. (Hypersensitivity reactions or general reactions)
  1. Thymol- effective anti-bacteria action, better than the usual proton pump inhibitors, omeprazole or pantoprazole against gastric ulcers caused by H.pylori.



          Thymoquinone – one of the main active constituents within Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) is superior to the drug Fluticasone in controlling asthma.Another studying human subject found that boiled extract of black cumin have relatively potent anti-asthmatic effect.

–Indian journal of Physionlogy and Pharmacology

       October 2010


Black Cumin mixed with peppermint was found to be effective in controlling functional dyspepsia (indigestion) compared to metoclopramide (Prasil) in a study done on 160 patients’ ages 36-44 years old in 2006.

-International Journal of Medicine. Vol.2,

                                                           Art. 12, pp 391-394 – December2010


  1. Moderate control of Mental Dysfunction

Thymohydroquinone: proven acetycholinesterase inhibitor (ache inhibitor) which help in controlling:

– Parkinson’s disease

– Alzheimer’s disease

– Dementia

– Myasthenia gravis (paralyze na nerves from feet then upward body

  1.  2. Diabetes 2 – caused gradual partial regeneration of pancreatic beta-cells increase serum insulin concentrations and decreases the elevated serum glucose.
  • Improve glucose tolerance as efficiently as Metformin, but show no side effects or toxicity.

– Indian Council of Medicine Research

                      Journal of endocrinology and Metabolism

  1. Anti-Eczema

– has antibacterial competent that can kill staphylococcus aureus (skin disease bacteria) that is resistant to any antibiotic.

– John P. Thomas, Health Impact News

July 14, 2013

(Combine 2 ml or 2 cc of massage oil at 1 cap of black cumin then apply to the skin)

  1. Prevent Hair Loss (1-3 cap/ day of black cumin)

Thymoquinone helps restore healthy, shine and gloss on hair; it strengthens hair follicles, and has an anti-oxidant property that helps maintain healthy roots.

– Dr. Joseph Mercola

Harvard University, School of Medicine

  1. Natural Glutathione

Thymoquinone and Nigellone extracts from black cumin increase natural glutathione to help protect the liver from damage and also has anti-histamine effect that control allergic reaction and skin allergies. It is also effective in protecting against radiation therapy.

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

  1. Control Obesity

Anti-inflammatory components of Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) showed a significant effect on weight loos and reduce waist circumference with a mild reduction in fasting blood sugar, triglycerides and low-obesity lido-protein levels (bad cholesterol)

American Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism

  1. Black Cumin and reduction of cholesterol

A 2 months randomized trial of menopausal women with hyperlipidemia, associated the intake of black cumin supplement with a 27%reduction in LDL (bad) cholesterol, 22% decrease in triglycerides and a 16% decline in total cholesterol.

Journal of Translational Medicine

March 2014

  1. Colon Cancer

Thymoquinone (TQ) the most abundant constituent present in black seed is a promising dietary chemopreventive agent against human colon cancer cells.

                                                          International Journal of Oncology

                                                          Vol.25, Art. 4. pp 857-866

                                                          October 2004

  1. Anti-cancer

Contains alpha-hederin- A triterpenoid that helps prevent mutation of unhealthy cells into cancerous cells. It was proven for:

  • Breast Cancer                      – Lung Cancer                                             – Liver Cancer
  • Colon Cancer                      – Pancreatic Cancer
  1. Strong Immune System

– Natural occurring phytosterols in black cumin help increase hormones, pro-vitamin D and bile to control endocrine and prevent immunodeficiency.

                                                -Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia USA 2014

(Black cumin (phytosterols content) plus spirulina (argenin content) best for menopausal women.

“Black Cumin is the elixir of Health”- Hippocrates: Father of Medicine

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