Ethiopian Black Seed oil
Ethiopian Black Seed oil
Ethiopian Black Seed oil
Ethiopian Black Seed oil
Ethiopian Black Seed oil
Ethiopian Black Seed oil
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Ethiopian Black Seed oil

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4oz Ethiopian Black Seed Oil


Thymoquinone Threshold for Ethiopian Black Seed Oil is 2.55%!

These academicians so add to the evidence that the TQ possesses incredible qualities. According to them, it has the following effects:

Antiviral result Important for treating viral infections is another way to put it.
Antibacterial result Additionally described as crucial for eradicating and reducing the pace of bacterial growth, anti-inflammatory impact. Effective in lowering pain, high blood pressure, and swelling (inflammation), according to another explanation.
Immunostimulatory impact Important as a component of immunotherapy, which induces, amplifies, attenuates, or prevents immune responses in accordance with therapeutic objectives An antiviral effect. Also explained as, important for treating viral infections.


Additionally, Thymoquinone has shown positive effects in the treatment of bone complications, fibrosis, cardiovascular disorders, reproductive disorders, diabetes and respiratory illnesses. In addition to these great accolades, a considerable amount of data shows that TQ has no serious toxicity and very low adverse effects. Finally, Thymoquinone’s anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory has further been supported.

But Which Type Of Black Seed Has The Most TQ?

As a result, numerous varieties of black cumin seed (also known as "black seed") from various origins were examined in a recent study. According to this study, black seeds contain the following amounts of thymol (THY) and tyquin (TQ):

  • Ethiopian: TQ = 3098.5 mg/kg and THY = 230.6 mg/kg.
  • India: TQ = 2362.8 mg/kg and THY =201.16 mg/kg.
  • Saudi Arabia: TQ = 2250.6 mg/kg and THY = 133.88 mg/kg.
  • Syria: TQ = 1371.9 mg/kg and THY = 120.4 mg/kg.
  • Sudan: TQ = 1274.6 mg/kg and THY = 113.40 mg/kg.

According to these results, Ethiopian black seeds are the undisputed champion! It follows that it is not surprising that the best black seeds on the market are Ethiopian! We follow fair trade principles, and all of our products are 100% organic Cold Pressed and devoid of parabens, SLS, sulfates, phthalates, alcohol, propylene glycol, mineral oil, petroleum, synthetic scent, and colors.



 Contains only 100% pure Cold Pressed, naturally grown Ethiopian black seed



Common usage of black seed oil is 3 to 4 drops per day preferable after meal, often mixed with raw honey, agave, or natural juice. Ancient Egyptians would use the oil to boost their immune system. The oil was also applied to the scalp to encourage healthy growth and applied to the skin to manage a variety of conditions, including dry skin, burns, eczema and rashes.

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