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Black Seed Oil - Organic Cold Pressed



Countries of Origin: Egypt, Africa / Turkey
Amber glass jar, as displayed in photo

Net Weight Options:
- 04.0 oz. (113.40 g.)
- 08.0 oz. (226.80 g.)
- 16.0 oz. (453.59 g.)
- 32.0 oz. (907.18 g.)

Virgin Black Seed Oil... also known as black cumin oil, is cold-pressed extracted from the seeds of the Nigella sativa flower. This virgin oil is 100% pure with a color ranging from dark amber to nearly black in color with a characteristic herbaceous aroma. Black seed oil is widely used in nutraceutical formulations and throughout the nutritional supplement industry. It is a highly sought-after and reputable oil for its believed health benefits and personal care applications.

  • Our 100% (Halal) Pure Black Seed Oil is premium quality and...
  • Cold pressed from organic Nigella sativa seeds. 
  • Pure and unfiltered, and free of any harmful chemicals and solvents.  
  • There are no preservatives added.

INGREDIENTS: 100% pure cold pressed virgin black seed Nigella sativa oil.

Black seed, in its complete, natural form, acts on the principle of assisting the body's own natural healing process in overcoming illness or maintaining health. It works on the part or system of the body affected without disturbing its natural balance elsewhere.

The effect of black seed's combined nutritional and medicinal value is that not only does it help relieve the current condition at hand, but also helps the body build further resistance against future ailments or disease.

Click here to view pertinent references regarding the thorough research on the medicinal potential of Black Seed (Nigella sativa) and its components.

Black Seed Nigella sativa, also known as black caraway, and/or the black cumin (Kalonji), is an herbaceous plant is native to the hot, dry climates of the Middle East, Northern Africa, and some parts of the Mediterranean. The seeds are so popular that more acreage is devoted to growing this blessed seed every year.

Black seeds are tiny and hairy, being no more than 3mm in length. The seeds originate from the common fennel flower plant (Nigella sativa) of the buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family.  Nigella sativa is sometimes mistakenly confused with the fennel herb plant (Foeniculum vulgare).

The plant has finely divided foliage and pale bluish purple or white flowers. The flowers grow terminally on its branches while the leaves grow opposite each other in pairs, on either side of the stem. Its lower leaves are small and petiole, and the upper leaves are long (6-10cm). The stalk of the plant reaches a height of twelve (12) to eighteen (18) inches as its fruit, the black seed, matures.

Nigella sativa reproduces with itself and forms a fruit capsule which consists of many white triagonal seeds. Once the fruit capsule has matured, it opens up and the seeds contained within are exposed to the air, becoming black in color (black seeds).


Nigella sativa has a long history of healing. For thousands of years, the seed and its oil have been used for health conditions ranging from asthma and allergies to wounds and worms. 

Black seed has been traditionally and successfully used for thousands of years in the Middle and Far East countries to treat ailments including:

Bronchial Asthma and Bronchitis.

Rheumatism, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and various other inflammatory diseases.

Treat digestive disturbances, and fight parasitic infestation. 

Support the body's immune system.

Increase milk production in nursing mothers.

The many nutritional and healing properties contained in the seed can help build the body's immune system over time, supplying it with the optimum resources it needs to help prevent and fight illness. 

In ancient Egyptian society, the rich golden oil pressed from the Black (Cumin) Seed was named "Pharaoh's Oil." Black cumin seeds were popular among the Egyptian pharaohs and were even found in King Tutankhamun's tomb. The people in this civilization used this oil externally to nourish the skin and hair. The pharaoh's personal physician is said to have carried around a bowl of Black Seeds to aid digestion.                          


The five major components that are found in Black Seed are:

  • Nigellin and Melanthin - promotes intestinal cleansing.
  • Sterols - Supports secretion throughout the body.
  • Nigellone and Thymoquinone - These two volatile oils have anti-spasmodic and broncho-dialating properties.  Additionally, they work as an antihistamine.
  • Essential Fatty Acids - Rich in supply of polyunsaturated fatty acids. They regulate metabolism, carry toxins to the skin for elimination, balance insulin levels, regulate cholesterol, improve blood circulation and help liver functions. 
  • Prostglandin - Produces E1 that regulates hormone secretion and lowers blood pressure.

Click here to view pertinent references regarding the thorough research on the medicinal potential of Black Seed (Nigella sativa) and its components.



Black Cumin seeds are very rich and nutritious; they contain 35% oil, most of which are Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) and 21% protein. The EFA’s like Linoleic Acid (LA) and Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) acid help strengthen and maintain cell integrity, heal skin conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, reduce wrinkles, and heal wounds.

Black Seed contains good fats: oleic acid (olive oil’s health-giving component); poly and monounsaturated unsaturated fatty acids including omega 3 (linolenic acid), omega 6 (linoleic acid), and omega 7 (palmitoleic acid, and arachidonic acid). Essential fatty acids cannot be manufactured by the body alone, and therefore we acquire these from food.

Black seed contains protein: fifteen (15) amino acids make up the protein content of the black seed, including 8 of the 9 essential amino acids that are combined to make “whole” protein. Essential amino acids cannot be synthesized within our body in sufficient quantities and are thus required from our diet.

Black Seed contains over 100 active chemical compounds that may increase health. The three (3) ingredients most studied for their effects are:

  • Crystalline nigellone - well researched for helping the body increase immune function, especially respiratory health.
  • Thymoquinone - researched as a cancer fighter, a compound not yet detected in any other plant.
  • Beta sitosterol - highly researched for gallstones, urinary/prostate health, and to help the body fight cancer and reduce cholesterol.

In 1959, the active ingredient in black seed, Crystalline Nigellone, was first isolated and identified as providing many health benefits. Clinical trials have validated the efficacy of black seed in promoting health and wellness.

Black Seed’s other nutrients:
  • Black Seed also has vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, folic acid, calcium, iron, copper, zinc and phosphorous. Required only in small amounts by the body, these elements' main function is to act as essential cofactors in various enzyme functions.
  • Chemical analysis has further revealed that the black seed contains carotene, which is converted by the liver into vitamin A, the vitamin known for its anti-cancer activity.
  • Black seed contains a non-starch polysaccharide component which is a useful source of dietary fiber.
  • Monosaccharides (single molecule sugars) in the form of glucose, rhamnose, xylose, and arabinose are found in the black seed.

Adults - take one (1) teaspoon two (2) times a day OR one (1) tablespoon one (1) time a day. Best if taken on an empty stomach. Follow up by eating a healthy BREAKfast (meal) 15-30 minutes later... or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

External Use - may be applied topically to skin and/or hair.

Consult your healthcare practitioner PRIOR to use if you have a known immune disorder, or for use beyond 8 weeks. Do NOT use if pregnant or trying to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding.

Store in a cool, dry place; keep out of reach of children.


Providing: 50% Linoleic Acid and 25% Oleic Essential Omega Fatty Acids

Calories | 45 gr.

Protein | 208 mcg/ (0 gr.) 

Fat | 5 gr. 

Carbohydrates | 0 gr.

Thiamin | 15 mcg/gr.

Riboflavin | 1 mcg/gr.

Pyridoxine | 5 mcg/gr.

Niacin | 57 mcg/gr.

Folacin | 510 IU/gr.

Calcium | 1.86 mg/gr.

Iron | 105 mcg/gr.

Copper | 18 mcg/gr.

Zinc | 60 mcg/gr.

Phosphorus | 5.2 mg/gr.

Sodium is less than 5 mg. per serving. 

FREE OF: Yeast, wheat, milk or milk derivatives, lactose, sugar, preservatives, soy, and artificial flavor(s).

Click here to view pertinent references regarding the thorough research on the medicinal potential of Black Seed (Nigella sativa) and its components.

DISCLAIMER: The statements made here have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure or prevent any disease. This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

Please be advised: You should always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your daily regimen.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Ismael Mills

I have been using it for about 2 months now. I am seeing some results.

Jadiel Lawrence

This is a very good quality oil

Laylah Meza

Thank you for the great quality

The bitter the better

Very bitter oil but the bitter is good. Its the sugar - processed sugar, people need to shy away from. Thank you for providing such great products.

Nikolai Wu
Good product

So far so good.

Recommended product

I was recommended to use this product for my diabetes. I suggest testing your blood sugar first, then take the oil and check your blood sugar again. It really works. But eat healthy and exercise too.

This is great feedback. We are so happy to hear its working so good for you. Thank you for your review.

Working Great

This black seed oil has been working great for me. I'm feeling great, sugar been low, and I barely take my insulin.

Works Great

I've been using this as a natural supplement for my diabetes and its working good. I have been monitoring my blood sugar while taking the black sed oil, and it's most definately working.

Zuri Collins
Asthma helper

black seed is bitter but its good for you, so I will manage. Its working for my asthma.

Alyssa Ortega
Use it with honey

The taste is not a pleasant taste at all, however if you take it with honey using a wooden spoon, the taste goes away. Just as long as its working for me, I will take it.

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