Get Better Skin, Lose Weight and Enhance Your Sex Drive With This Ancient Egyptian Oil

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We’re all probably tired of hearing that our parents knew better and that their way is the right way. But in this case, our great great great grandparents did know better and this oil is one of their best-kept secrets. Black Seed Oil, or as it is known in Arabic Habet el Baraka, is one of the greatest natural remedies that has been lost throughout time. A bottle of black cumin seed was found in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Ancient Egyptians used Black Seed Oil to help aid in digestion and to fight colds and infections. They certainly knew the benefits of this oil that seems to have been lost over time. But in recent years, black seed oil has been slowly making it’s way back into modern world as a natural remedy for several benefits.

Makes Hair Grow Stronger

When you apply Black Seed Oil to hair, it helps condition it and adds softness and strength. Apply oil to scalp and leave it for an hour or two before washing.

Helps With Asthma and Allergies

Black Cumin Seed Oil reduces the release of histaminies into the blood, thus easing allergic reactions.

Better Skin

When applied to the skin, Black Seed Oil can help both soften it’s texture as well as having a firming effect.

Helps Increase Sex Drive.

Black Seed Oil can be used to boost sex drive and increase libido.

Aid diabetics

Black seeds are naturally anti-inflammatory. They are great for people who are diabetic as it helps regulate insulin and hormone levels.

Natural Pain Killer

One of the active ingredients in Black seeds acts as an antihistamine and pain reliever.

Immune Health

Black seeds contains antioxidants that help support the immune system.

Helps Fight Infections

Black seeds can help reduce the growth of dangerous bacteria in the body.

Although a sociologist at heart, Nadine finds her love in nutrition, her passion in Pilates and her purpose in writing. Nadine is a Specialist in Fitness Nutrition and a Pilates-instructor in the making. She is also the founder of health blog, Nourished by Nadine (@nourishedbynadine) where she shares her own recipes, as well as health tips.

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