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umyasin
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« on: Dec 22, 2010 10:51 PM »


Important news regarding Black seed. I hope u find it interesting! 

At last, there is a natural, steroid-free solution to the worldwide asthma epidemic that affects over 300 million people and leads to over 250,000 deaths every year.

Asthma is thought to be caused by a number of environmental and genetic factors and is heavily influenced by the immune system. New research  has shown that the oil of a tiny black seed from Western Asia may be the key to both the prevention and treatment of immune-related Asthma.

The Black Seed (Nigella sativa) oil contains over 100 known health-promoting properties including a wide range of the most potent antioxidants, B vitamins, 15 amino-acids, essential fatty acids, and an array of vital organic minerals. However, researchers believe that it is a substance called ‘nigellone’ that may be the real hero as it protects sufferers from histamine-induced bronchial spasms and significantly relieves the symptoms of asthma, bronchitis, and general coughing.

Twenty-nine asthmatic adults were randomly divided into a control group (14 patients) and treatment group (15 patients), and monitored for 3 months.Asthma symptom score, asthma severity, frequency of symptoms/week and wheezing were recorded on the first visit, then again after 45 days and finally, at the end of the study. Pulmonary function tests (PFTs) were also measured, and the drug regimen of the patients was evaluated at three different visits.

The researchers found that all asthma symptoms, frequency of asthma symptoms/week, chest wheezing, and PFT values in the treatment group significantly improved in the second and third visits compared with the first visit. In addition, further improvement of chest wheezing and severity of disease on the third visit were observed compared with the second visit in this group. Most significantly, by the the third visit (90 days) all symptoms in the treatment group were significantly different from those of the control group.

In addition, the researchers observed that the usage of inhaler and oral ß-agonists, oral corticosteroid, oral theophylline and even inhaler corticosteroid by those patients in the treatment group decreased by the end of the study while there were no obvious changes in usage of the drugs in control patients.

The researchers condlue that the results of the study indicate that Nigella Sativa Oil both alleviates and prevents asthma symptoms and warrant further research. For more information on Nigella Sativa visit: Sweet Sunnah Black Seed Herbals, Inc.



umyasin
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 22, 2010 11:24 PM »

The black seed (nigella sativa) is well known in the Islamic tradition to be a cure for disease. From the statements of the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) are that, "The black seed is a cure for every disease". Much research has been done and is under way to investigate and substantiate the health benefits and anti-disease activity of the black seed (nigella sativa).
Flax seeds contain large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, essential for good all round health (as well as brainpower). This porridge is great as a dietary regulator, helping to keep your digestive system in good order.

You can start your day with a couple of glasses of water followed by this porridge around half an hour later. It tastes delicious too when you add some honey to it. This recipe makes porridge for one serving

Ingredients

3 tbsp of oat flakes
1 tspn of honey
2 tbsp of flax seeds ground in a coffee grinder
Half a tspn of black seed oil (nigella sativa)
250 ml water
Preparation

In a pan, place the oat flakes and water and steadily bring to a boil. Meanwhile grind the flax seeds in a coffee grinder. You should always grind flax seeds at the point of using them in the recipe, since once they are ground, they start to lose their goodness after 10-15 minutes.

Add the ground flax seeds into the pan, mix thoroughly, and then bring to a boil again. After this leave the porridge to stand off the heat for 8-10 minutes.

Add the black seed oil and the honey to the porridge when serving. If you want, you can add some blueberries and strawberries at the end.

It is so simple to make and extremely good for you.

Enjoy!


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umyasin
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 22, 2010 11:35 PM »


The health benefits of blackseed oil may be numerous, but cheap nigella sativa oil is probably a waste of money. Nigella sativa is the botanical name for the spice that has been used since ancient times to flavor food and for medicinal purposes.

Its common names are many, including black cumin seed, kolonji, kezah, chamushka, corek otu, seeds of blessing, fennel flower, black caraway, black onion seed and others, indicating its widespread use throughout Asia, Africa and Europe. According to the book of prophetic medicine, we should “hold onto the use of the black seeds for in it is healing for all diseases except death.”

Researchers have evaluated the benefits of blackseed oil in the treatment of many medical conditions, including cancer, arthritis, diabetes, liver damage, parasitic infections, bacterial infections, viral infections, asthma and other respiratory illnesses. It was used historically as a pain reliever and modern research has supported this use, though the mechanism of action is unclear.

It is understandable that people would look for cheap nigella sativa oil, since the seeds are valuable and fetch a good price on the market. The problem with purchasing cheap nigella sativa oil is that the average person has no way of knowing what he is getting. Even as a food flavoring, cheap nigella sativa oil can be disappointing. If used as a health supplement, it could be a waste of money or even dangerous, particularly if a person is relying on the oil for the treatment or prevention of a disease.

Genuine nigella sativa is cultivated in France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, northern Africa, India and other parts of Asia. It grows wild on the Mediterranean coast in Egypt and in some parts of Turkey and the Balkans. Mainly because of the many health benefits of blackseed oil, it is a valuable commodity and not found in discount stores.

Cheap nigella sativa oil may contain additives including common vegetable or olive oils. They can be made from other species of Nigella, some of which are poisonous. The seeds are similar looking to onion seed and black sesame. Even black cumin seed, which is one of the common Nigella names, is actually a different spice. Because of the many common names, some of which are shared by other spices, it is important to look for the botanical name, “Nigella sativa” and buy from a trustworthy manufacturer that specializes in health supplements.

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