7 Benefits of Black Seed Oil

Nigella sativa or Black Seed  black caraway, black cumin, nigella, and kalonjiis an annual flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to south and southwest Asia. Nigella sativa grows to 20-30 cm (7.9–11.8 in) tall, with finely divided, linear (but not thread-like) leaves. The flowers are delicate, and usually colored pale blue and white, with five to ten petals.  The fruit is a large and inflated capsule composed of three to seven united follicles, each containing numerous seeds which are used as spice, sometimes as a replacement for Black cumin.

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The properties of the seeds and oil of black seed (Nigella Sativa)

There are many fields of application of black cumin that it is not surprising that it has been labeled the “cure all maladies, except death”.

Almost unknown, these seeds have been part of our diet for thousands of years, so much so that they are considered “The Blessed Seed” because of its many therapeutic properties. Only recently, however, have been rediscovered by the scientific community for their exceptional capabilities that help the body at 360 degrees.

Nigella Sativa is the official name but these seeds are so widespread in all the cultures that it is called with various names like just black cumin, black seed, black sesame, Roman coriander, kalonji, etc.

Widespread in ancient Egypt, so much so that in the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun were present amphorae filled with black cumin oil, suggesting that they were so important that they had to accompany the pharaoh in new life.

More than 700 studies published on the MEDLINE medical-scientific database confirm that Nigella Sativa contains antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative active compounds that make it effective in killing bacteria, viruses, fungi and regenerating cells in the body.

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 7 benefits of Black Seed Oil

1) Mutated cells
Croatian scientists have observed that the active ingredients contained in these seeds have been able to decrease the growth of cancerous cells by 52%.
2) Liver
Several studies have shown that black cumin seed oil improves the functionality of this important organ by stimulating the regeneration of liver cells and preventing the disorders associated with it.
3) Type 1& 2 diabetes
There are many studies carried out in this area and all show how the Nigella Sativa is able to stimulate the regeneration of beta cells of the pancreas, lower blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance.
4) Heart
An active ingredient contained in these seeds has the ability to protect the cardiovascular system, protect against infarct damage and improve the general health of the heart.
5) Weight loss
The “Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders” published a study in which, by reviewing the medical literature for plants that have anti-obesity properties, it was discovered that black cumin seed oil is among the most natural remedies effective on the planet.

6) Hair
Black cumin seed oil used both for internal use and for external use applied to hair and scalp strengthens hair roots and stimulates re-growth.
7) Skin
Always used to successfully treat herpes, dermatitis, burns and skin allergies (inflammation, edema, urticaria, eczema and acne), black cumin seed oil penetrates perfectly into the skin regenerating it. It is therefore an essential oil to have at home both to treat skin diseases and as a beauty remedy. It is more concentrated in active ingredients and can be used daily to strengthen your body, eradicate fungi (like Candida), strengthen the immune system and treat all the aforementioned disorders.

Internal use: You only need 1 teaspoon 3 times a day for 2-3 weeks, after which you reduce to a teaspoon 2 times a day. You can increase the dose when you are ill. Children up to twelve should take half the dose recommended for adults and children, half of the doses for children. External use: apply to the affected area 2 to 3 times a day.

Contraindications: Black seed oil (Nigella Sativa) Should NOT be taken during pregnancy.

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Chanca Piedra

 

Chanca piedra (Phyllanthus niruri, amarus) è una piccola erba annuale tipica della foresta amazzonica e di altre aree tropicali del mondo, come le Bahamas, l’India del Sud e la Cina.
Non c’è da meravigliarsi che chanca piedra venga usata per molteplici scopi nella medicina popolare: in studi clinici effettuati negli anni, la pianta ha dimostrato attività protettive del fegato, antilitiche (espelle i calcoli), antidolorifiche, ipotensive, antispasmodiche, antivirali, diuretiche, antimutagene e ipoglicemiche. Chanca piedra ha una lunga storia di utilizzo nei sistemi medici erboristici in ogni paese tropicale dove cresce. Per la maggior parte, è impiegata per problemi molto simili. Ci sono tuttavia alcune differenze fra regione e regione. Molteplici sono gli usi tradizionali. Il principale è appunto per i calcoli renali e biliari. Il nome stesso della pianta deriva da questo suo uso effettivo: in spagnolo chanca piedra significa “distruttore di pietra” o “frantumatore della  pietra”.

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Oltre che per i calcoli renali, gli indigeni dell’Amazzonia utilizzano la chanca piedra per coliche, diabete, HIV, malaria, dissenteria, febbre, influenza, tumori, itterizia, vaginiti, gonorrea, sifilide, dispepsia, per alleviare il dolore, espellere il gas intestinale, stimolare e promuovere la digestione, per espellere i vermi e come leggero lassativo. Una delle ultime aree di ricerca riguarda le proprietà antivirali di questa pianta. Diversi studi hanno dimostrato che chanca piedra poteva proteggere il fegato anche durante le epatiti. Il Dott. Blumberg, vincitore del premio Nobel nel 1963 per aver scoperto l’antigene dell’epatite B, sostenne nel 1988 che chanca piedra poteva essere un coadiuvante nel trattamento dell’epatite B. Diversi studi, effettuati da ricercatori indiani e Chase Fox in collaborazione con Blumberg, riportarono effetti positivi non solo contro l’epatite B, ma anche nel trattamento di alcuni retrovirus come quello dell’HIV, del sarcoma e della leucemia. Gli stessi ricercatori poi che hanno documentato l’azione di abbassamento del colesterolo, ne hanno anche verificato l’azione protettiva del fegato. Inoltre, uno studio indiano ed uno britannico, hanno documentato l’efficacia di chanca piedra nel trattamento di bambini affetti da itterizia ed epatite.
Nel 2000, uno studio ha dimostrato l’effetto coadiuvante nella diminuzione dell’incidenza del tumore del fegato. In effetti, potrebbe darsi che la comprovata abilità di chanca piedra di fermare la mutazione cellulare, giochi un ruolo importante in questa azione anticancro.

 

Azioni principali: Antilitico (previene ed elimina i calcoli renali), epatoprotettivo (protettore del fegato), diuretico, antiepatotossico (disintossica il fegato), antivirale

 

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Proprietà/azioni documentate dalla ricerca scientifica ed usi principali:

per calcoli renali e biliari
per tonificare, bilanciare, rafforzare, e per equilibrare gli enzimi del fegato. disintossicare e proteggere il fegato.

 epatoprotettivo (protettivo del fegato), epatotonico (tonifica, equilibra, rafforza il fegato), antiepatotossico (disintossica il fegato)
per virus, inclusi epatite A, B e C, sifilide, herpes e HIV
per tonificare, bilanciare, rafforzare, disintossicare e proteggere i reni, per ridurre l’acido urico e aumentare la diuresi
per l’ipertensione e i livelli di colesterolo elevati
Analgesico (anti-dolorifico), antiulceroso, antibatterico, , antilitico (previene ed elimina i calcoli renali), antimalarico, antimutageno (protettore cellulare), antispasmodico, antivirale, contraccettivo, diuretico, gastrotonico (tonifica, equilibra, rafforza il sistema gastrico), ipocolesterolemico (abbassa il colesterolo), ipoglicemico, ipotensivo (abbassa la pressione arteriosa), rilassante uterino

Altre proprietà/azioni documentate dall’uso tradizionale:

Antinfiammatorio, purificatore del sangue, carminativo, disintossicante, diaforetico (promuove la sudorazione), febbrifugo (riduce la febbre), lassativo, stimolante mestruale, tonico (tonifica, equilibra, rafforza tutte le funzioni corporee), vermifugo (espelle i vermi)

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Chanca piedra

Chanca piedra (Phyllanthus niruri, amarus) is a small annual herb typical of the Amazon forest and other tropical areas of the world, such as the Bahamas, South India and China.
It is no wonder that chanca piedra is used for many purposes in folk medicine: in clinical studies carried out over the years, the plant has shown protective activities of the liver, antilithic (expels the calculations), pain relievers, hypotensive, antispasmodic, antiviral, diuretic , antimutagen and hypoglycemic.

download (1) Chanca piedra has a long history of use in herbal medical systems in every tropical country where it grows. For the most part, it is used for very similar problems. However, there are some differences between the region and the region. There are many traditional uses. The main one is precisely for kidney stones and gallstones. The name of the plant derives from its actual use: in Spanish chanca piedra means “stone destroyer” or “stone crusher”. In addition to kidney stones, the natives of the Amazon use the chanca piedra for colic, diabetes, HIV, malaria, dysentery, fever, flu, tumors, jaundice, vaginitis, gonorrhea, syphilis, dyspepsia, to relieve pain, expel intestinal gas, stimulate and promote digestion, to expel worms and as a mild laxative. One of the last areas of research concerns the antiviral properties of this plant. Several studies have shown that chanca piedra could also protect the liver during hepatitis. Dr. Blumberg, winner of the Nobel Prize in 1963 for discovering the hepatitis B antigen, argued in 1988 that chanca piedra could be an adjunct in the treatment of hepatitis B. Several studies by Indian researchers and Chase Fox in collaboration with Blumberg, reported positive effects not only against hepatitis B, but also in the treatment of certain retroviruses such as HIV, sarcoma and leukemia.

2n61tyyncfafvtpm8rcsjzdgecvmtkz4jpzbsszxjhqan9uds1c3fqe6oxfchhokzds3pned9jkfmtl7jbhbxad1vr6pgaccdab9mjectcpzqrgpacrffrhdzjcuaidb27niwufdvb4jThe same researchers who then documented the cholesterol lowering action also verified the protective action of the liver. In addition, an Indian and a British study have documented the efficacy of chanca piedra in the treatment of children with jaundice and hepatitis.
In 2000, one study demonstrated the adjuvant effect in decreasing the incidence of liver cancer. In fact, the proven ability of chanca piedra to stop cell mutation may play an important role in this anticancer action. Main actions: Antilitic (prevents and eliminates kidney stones), hepatoprotective (liver protector), diuretic, hepatotoxic ( detoxifies the liver), antiviral.

 

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Properties / actions documented by scientific research and main uses:

kidney and bilious stones
tone, balance, strengthen, and to balance liver enzymes, detoxify and protect the liver.
 hepatoprotective (liver protective), hepatotonic (tones, balances, strengthens the liver), hepatotoxic (detoxifies the liver)
for viruses, including hepatitis A, B and C, syphilis, herpes and HIV
to tone, balance, strengthen, detoxify and protect the kidneys, to reduce uric acid and increase diuresis
for hypertension and elevated cholesterol levels
Analgesic (anti-pain), anti-ulcerative, antibacterial,, antilithic (prevents and eliminates kidney stones), antimalarial, antimutagen (cell protector), antispasmodic, antiviral, contraceptive, diuretic,  gastro tonic (tones, balances, strengthens the gastric system), hypercholesterolemia (lowers cholesterol), hypoglycemic, hypotension (lowers blood pressure), uterine relaxant

Other properties / actions documented by traditional use:

Anti-inflammatory, blood purifier, carminative, detoxifying, diaphoretic (promotes sweating), febrifuge (reduces fever), laxative, menstrual stimulant, tonic (tones, balances, strengthens all bodily functions), dewormer (expels worms)

 

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Sacred blue lily

Nymphaea caerulea, known primarily as Blue lily, Sacred Blue lily or Egyptian Blue water lily, is the ancient Egyptians most sacred plant. It is in the genus Nymphaea.

Blue lily was a common sight in ancient Egypt, growing in the shallow banks of the Nile. Its original habitat may have been along the Nile and other parts of East Africa. but it spread more widely in ancient times, including to the Indian subcontinent and Thailand.

The lilly was a symbol of creation itself, the first object that emerged from watery chaos and out of it was born the sun god Ra.59f89a755679a7f782b0204de0d05067337858940.jpg

 

They are easily recognized by their spiky blue petals. The energy of the plant is ethereal, subtle and delicate. The blue lily has been used for over 3000 years.

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The traditional uses of the Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile was found scattered over Tutankhamen’s body when the Pharaoh’s tomb was opened in 1922. Many historians thought it was a purely symbolic flower, but there is a lot of evidence that suggests that ancient Egyptians used the plant to induce ecstatic states, stimulation, visions, as well as as a medicine.

You will probably sense is a pleasant feeling of warmth around the head and upper body; a very comfortable, dreamy feeling, with a slight stimulant effect. Many people relate to an expanded state of awareness with feelings of opening of the higher chakras, especially the 6th, or the third-eye.  It reinforce an alpha-state.

The blue lily typically has a relaxing and mildly sedative effect. You are stressed and anxious, looking for some relief, turn to Nymphaea caerulea. It can be used to treat many ailments. This herbal remedy has been used since ancient times to manage a number of different health symptoms and to help users feel better. And for this reason herbs such as blue lily flower is gaining much popularity again.

The reason the plant became popular in Egypt is its primary effects of euphoria and alleviation of depression. From botanical studies, the blue lily contains a compound called nuciferine which has a profile of action associated with dopamine receptors. It also contains phytosterols, bioflavonoids and phosphodiastrates, all compounds found in Nymphaea caerulea Nymphaea caerulea also contains apomorphine, a dopamine agonist. (Schuster 2001). The flowers have also yielded a variety of alkaloids, including kaempferol, which has MAOI properties (Voogelbreinder 2009, 247).

 

The flower can be used to promote sleep, great natural anti-anxiety agent and for relieving stress. Menstruation problems or erectile dysfunction, can also be solved with the help of the flower. Studies show that this sacred flower acts as a pain killer and also has muscle relaxant properties. So, if you are suffering from nerve disorders, use this flower for pain relief and well as relaxation.

The silent killer diabetes and its complications like cardiovascular disorders can be kept under control with this sacred flower. A steroid known as Nymphayol present in these flowers is scientifically responsible for anti- diabetic activity. This steroid performs its duty by healing the endocrine tissues which are damaged. It even has the power of stimulating insulin secretion in beta cells.

Helps in oral ulcers and eliminates the tendency to miscarriages. This blue symbolic flower has the potential to regulate your urinary system.

Improves the complexion, hair, observations reveal that Nymphaea caerulea can also help increase the volume, body as well as elasticity of brittle hair. So, if you have limp, dull hair, grab some blue lily extracts and use it on your hair for beautiful, healthy hair!

 

 

It aids to gastrointestinal issues. This blue symbolic flower has the potential to regulate your urinary system. Also aids in chronic pain. promotes a healthier circulatory system, which means that blood flows through the body more easily.

The sharper mind and memory is a result of the increased circulation to the brain and gives a heightened sense of spiritual awareness.

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