incredible all natural healing oil for eczema and chronic dry skin
take orally daily to improve allergies and breathing disorders such as asthma
take orally daily to boost immune system
take orally daily to increase joint mobility
stimulates scalp to improve hair growth
take orally daily to increase lactation
improves skin tone
treats burns and rashes
remedies immune disorders
Ethiopian black seed oil is very potent, dark and intense. This oil is always fresh, cold pressed and flown in from Ethiopia to ensure you get the highest quality oil.
Ancient Ethiopians coveted the black seed as a cure for nearly everything. The Negus himself was fed upon black seed oil to keep the beloved ruler full of vitality. Warm oil was put on the eyes to get rid of styes. Oil was applied to keep the skin moist, increase elasticity and to treat eczema, burns and rashes. The oil was consumed as a daily tonic to boost the immune system, to increase oxygen exchange amongst asthma sufferers, decrease coughing, increase joint mobility, stimulate the scalp to improve hair growth, increase lactation, and to improve skin tone.
Today, black seed oil has seen a resurgence in use. Once again people are seeking out black seed for its amazing tonic benefits. Numerous scientific studies have been conducted showing the benefits of black seed oil. Our high quality, cold pressed oil is naturally grown in the Bale Valley of Ethiopia. The richness of the soil and the proximity to the equator is believed to produce an oil superior to those grown in other regions of the world. This Ethiopian black seed oil was pressed specifically for us and lightly filtered to maintain its holistic properties.
This oil is pure and unrefined and as such it does maintain its natural aroma.
*These products are made with natural and organic ingredients to treat your hair and skin well. However, keep in mind that results may vary!
Traditional usage of Ethiopian Black Seed Oil: Black seed oil has been revered in Ethiopia for thousands of years. Common usage of black seed oil is a teaspoonful a day, often mixed with a spoonful of raw honey. Ancient Ethiopians would use the oil to boost their immune system. The oil was also applied to the scalp to encourage healthy growth and applied to a variety of skin conditions.