Black Seed Oil Capsules
Black Seed Oil Capsules
A FEW CAPSULES PER DAY SO YOU CAN GO OUT AND PLAY
Think of black seed oil as a jack-of-all-trades. Containing so many potent active compounds, the oil in this little glass bottle has helped thousands of people with a long list of ailments (seriously, Google it.)
500 mg veggie capsule | 120-ct
Active Ingredients: Cold-pressed nigella sativa oil (black seed oil)
Other Ingredients: Rosemary oil (as a preservative)
Capsule Ingredients: Modified food starch (derived from non-GMO corn), glycerin (vegetable), carrageenan (red seaweed extract)
Optimize & Balance Your Body
Cold-pressed from the seeds of the nigella sativa plant, black seed oil contains powerful compounds like thymoquinone, nigellone and p-cymene. It's a natural wonder oil that can help your body function in a more optimal state.
We work directly with farmers to ensure that you will get the highest quality, most powerful cold-pressed black seed oils available. Our solvent-free oil is capsulized in gelatin-free veggie capsules.
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I like black seed oil in liquid form so was uncertain about how the capsules would compare, but I have to say I do feel the benefits. I have been a black seed oil fan since I learned about it on a documentary series on the world's beauty secrets.I have noticed that my hair seems to be in better condition and I have smoother digestion, just as with liquid black seed oil. I will admit I often take only one dose of 3 capsules per day as opposed to the 2 recommended doses. However, the benefits still seem to show themselves.
I had terrible gas. I don’t know why
Marketing is such a curious affair. We seem to cycle through various magical superfoods with new ones being anointed on a regular basis. And now it’s black seed oil’s turn to bask in the “this is it” superfood limelight. There are so many healthy foods and substances found in nature, and black seed oil is one. A good one. Albeit a bit overhyped, as all newly anointed superfoods are overhyped.With a balanced perspective, and reasonable expectations, one can incorporate black seed oil into a supplementation routine, or even for cooking. It’s similar to cumin or oregano - very pungent. Reminds me of oregano oil.While it did not cure all my ills, it did help me overcome a recent upper respiratory infection that was difficult to shake free from. It was a little hard on my stomach because it’s so potent. And the price for this particular item is ok, but certainly not the best value.Overall I liked this product very much and will certainly use it again should a cold drag me down.
I haven't even been taking this for 1 week so I can't say anything long term. I have a hard time with these as they stick to the back of my throat and once you get that taste in your mouth 🤢
I'm actually using these topically for arthritis pain and skin inflammation. I poke a small hole in the capsule and squeeze the oil out into my hand and rub it on my skin.The oil is a medium amber color and slightly viscous with a warm, spicy smell. If you like cumin, it's similar. It feels very moisturizing on the skin and doesn't smell rancid or chemically.Black seed oil is anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal and is an ingredient in arthritis/pain creams and various body lotions. For me, it definitely helps the arthritis pain in my hands and makes my eczema less severe.The bottle contains 120 pills, and I only need one for topical application per day. If you are taking these internally, the recommendation is 3 pills twice a day, which is 6 pills, so the bottle would only last a month at that rate.