Black Seed Oil: Discover the Health Benefits of Black Cumin Seed Oil by Eden Mogese
Growing up, I remember my mother putting in black seed when she made bread to give it a delicious flavor. I have to admit that writing about it makes me miss my mother's cooking, especially that special bread she baked. Although I love black seed in food, I never actually paid attention to black seed oil. That was until I started reading about the popularity of black seed oil.
I personally call it a wonder drug because it's so useful, and I recommend it to everyone who is willing to try new products. Black seed oil is extracted from the Nigella sativa plant. This plant is sometimes called "black cumin" or "black caraway," hence the name. This flowering plant is found in South and Southeast Asia and has been used for over 2,000 years. According to Wellness Mama, here are some things black seed oil can help with:
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