New! Ethiopian Black Seed oil (Nigella Sativa oil) is freshly cold-pressed (first-pressing) using only the highest quality and genuine Ethiopian black seeds. Our Ethiopian black seed comes from the warm and fertile farms located in Ethiopia. Our oil is guaranteed 100% Natural, Pure, Fresh, Unrefined and manufactured to the highest quality standards, free from pesticides, chemicals, gluten, heavy metals, and preservatives!
Ethiopian Black Seed oil is considered the best around and more superior to all other black seed oils. The taste and color of Ethiopian Black Seed Oil is dark brown with a strong throat tingling flavor it is known for it’s therapeutic strength and higher levels of thymoquinone.
Ethiopian Black seed contains phytochemicals; thymoquinone and crystalline nigellone as well as protein, carbohydrates, anti-oxidants, amino acids, Essential fatty acids; 3/6/9, alkaloids, saponins,and fiber. Black seed contains minerals such as calcium, iron, sodium and potassium. Our Black seed is solvent free and alcohol free*
Black Seed is an herb that has been used in Asia and the Middle East to treat ailments and disease for thousands of years. Black Seed Oil is a more concentrated form of the whole seed and can be easily mixed with meals and beverages, or infused into honeys, tonics, and smoothies as well.
The known curative properties are vast, and Black Seed Oil has been used for centuries in ancient medicine to treat everything from the common cold to migraines!
Black Seed oil can be taken daily. Adults may take 1 teaspoon twice a day, preferably with naturally Raw honey or fresh juice, one hour before breakfast and nightly before bed.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Sahabee Honey products are not intended to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any disease
**Our Black Seed and Black Seed Oil is 100% Pure, all-Natural and organically sourced. Meaning, there are NO synthetic pesticides herbicides, fertilizers, genetic modification, irradiation or sewage in the growing, cultivation, and/or cold-pressing of our products. Even with these stringent standards, which we have verified, our black seed and black seed oil is not USDA certified.
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