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Black Seed Oil from Egypt - 2 OZ Pump Top

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African Red Tea Organic Black Cumin Seed from Egypt 


Organic Red Tea With Cumin Seed
This is a tea drinker's must. Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin seed) - analysis has revealed that it contains phosphates, iron, carotene and natural antibiotics. 

Helpful for headaches, toothache, digestive and menstrual disorders, nasal congestion, rheumatism and bronchial asthma.


this is a great tasting tea - 100% organic, naturally caffeine free, very low in tannic acid naturally sweet, Full bodied and extremely smooth. Just honest to goodness tea - good for the body and soul.


A recent issue of Daily Vitality Team, quotes Patrick Holford: "Since redbush tea is naturally caffeine-free, it's untreated so every last one of its healthful polyphenols is preserved.


The other thing that sets redbush apart from other teas is its low tannin content. Tannins are the polyphenols in black and green tea responsible for their astringent taste.


Since redbush tea is lower in tannins, it's much smoother and milder tasting-no matter how long you steep it. ...The reason is simple: Its potent antioxidant content protects your body from free radicals.


The antioxidants in redbush tea are called polyphenols. And it's the catechins in the polyphenols that support your overall health and boost your immune system.


Plus, these antioxidants are also thought to lower blood fat levels, which in turn help to support normal cholesterol levels."








Organic Egyptian Cumin Oil Nutrition Fact.

Free from: Synthetic preservatives
Synthetic colorants
Synthetic perfumes
Genetically modified ingredients
Milk protein, Milk sugar
Egg, gluten and yeast


100 ml contains an average of:  
Energy 3367 kJ/819 kcal
Protein 0.0 g
Carbohydrates 0.0 g
of which sugars 0.0 g
Fat 91 g
Saturated 11 g
Mono-unsaturated 20 g
Polyunsaturated 60 g
Fibre 0.0 g
Sodium 0.0 g
Natural Vitamin E 21 mg

* 2 tablespoons correspond approximately to 33% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) 

Production: Our Organic black cumin seed oil is cold pressed and bottled in Germany; it is not chemically extracted and is not refined.

Only sun-ripened Egyptian seeds of the genuine black cumin (Nigella sativa) are used.

Recommended intake: 2x daily one teaspoon with honey, cold, warm dishes or pure before meals.

Storage: Black cumin oil should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from light.
Low temperatures may result in darkening or flakes appearing in the black cumin seed oil. These changes do not signify any loss of quality, but are signs of the oil's natural purity.

The cold-pressed edible oil becomes clear again, without any loss of quality, on return to room temperature. Shake the bottle to help dissolve any flakes.

Pure black cumin seed Oil frequently contains a small amount of remaining sediment. This is perfectly natural and does not affect the quality of the black cumin seed oil.

Instead the sediment proves that the black cumin seed oil has a natural purity and has not been refined. You can dissolve the sediment in the black cumin seed Oil by shaking the bottle but we recommend leaving it at the bottom.


* 3 Benefits Of Black Cumin the whole seeds

Black cumin seeds have been in existence for centuries. They were used by the ancient Egyptians as a panacea for treating almost everything, right from colds to toothaches to headaches.

Grown on a plant named Nigella Sativa, black cumin is a part of the buttercup family. The seeds are dark, thin, and crescent-shaped when whole. They are used for cooking purposes in various cuisines across the world,

as they add a nutty flavor to food and have numerous health benefits to their credit as well. They are also used for treating a variety of ailments.

Read through the following lines to learn more about the health and nutrition benefits of black cumin seeds and also explore their nutritional value.

Nutritional Value Of Black Cumin Seeds the whole seeds 

Amount of Black Cumin Seeds: 1 tbsp

Total Weight of Black Cumin Seeds: 6.7 g

Nutrients Amount
Basic Components  
Calories 22
Fat 1 g
Sodium 1 mg
Potassium 91 mg
Total Carbohydrates 3 g
Dietary Fiber 3 g
Protein 1 g

Nutrition & Health Benefits of Eating Black Cumin Seeds

  • Black cumin extract is anti-hypertensive, carminative and anti-parasitic.
  • Black cumin is used to treat diseases related to the respiratory system, circulatory and immune system, stomach and intestines, kidneys and even the liver.
  • The seeds have been known to prove effective in fighting parasitic infections, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism and cold symptoms.
  • They also provide health benefits like increasing body tone, stimulating menstrual period, increasing milk production in nursing mothers and increasing the flow of breast milk.
  • Black cumin seed oil calms the nervous system, quells colic pain, stimulates excretion of urine, helps petrussis and improves digestion.
  • Black cumin stimulates body's energy and helps in recovering from fatigue and dispiritedness.
  • It provides an effective cure for skin conditions such as allergies, eczema, acne, psoriasis and boils.
  • Black cumin oil encourages the production of bone marrow and cells of the immune system, increases the production of interferon, protects
  •  normal cells from the damaging effects of viral diseases, destroys tumor cells and increases the number of antibody producing B cells.
  • Black cumin contains potent sexual hormones, stimulants, digestive enzymes, antacids, and sedatives; all of which help boost the immune system and preempt diseases.
  • The seeds contain beta-sitosterol - an anti-tumor sterol. They are very effective in curing abscesses and tumors of the eye, abdomen and liver.
  • Black cumin seeds are also used to treat flatulence, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, constipation and dysentery.
  • A teaspoon of black cumin seed oil, when mixed with honey and consumed regularly during breakfast, lunch and dinner, results in good health and strong immunity to diseases.
  • The seeds, when taken in capsulated form, help in strengthening hair as well as nails.

Cooking Tips

  • Place a tablespoon of black cumin seeds in a cup and pour hot water over them. Cover and steep for 10 minutes. Enjoy your black cumin tea. You can also add a few seeds in your morning cup of coffee.
  • Grind black cumin seeds and use them to give a flavor to salads, casseroles, bread and stir-fry dishes. They especially work well when mixed with lemon, cilantro and tahini.


  • Black cumin seeds lower blood sugar levels and thus, should be consumed only after consulting a medical practitioner.
  • Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid consuming black cumin on a regular basis. 


  • You can mix black cumin oil with your moisturizing cream to get a healthier skin.

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