Free Delivery Available Nationwide Shop Now

Shopping Cart

0

Your shopping bag is empty

Go to the shop

Ethiopian Black Seed oil

$29.99

4 oz. Ethiopian Black Seed Oil The thymoquinone threshold for our Ethiopian black seed oil is 2.55%! Contains only 100% pure, cold-pressed, naturally grown Ethiopian black seed. Pure Ethiopian Origin: Sourced directly from the fertile lands of Ethiopia, our black seed oil is extracted using traditional methods to preserve its...

Special Announcements

  • Free Delivery Nationwide
  • Subscribe And Save 10% Discount*
  • Get Exciting Offers - Join Nature's Health Haven Family

Real time Visitor right now

4 oz. Ethiopian Black Seed Oil


The thymoquinone threshold for our Ethiopian black seed oil is 2.55%! Contains only 100% pure, cold-pressed, naturally grown Ethiopian black seed.

Pure Ethiopian Origin: Sourced directly from the fertile lands of Ethiopia, our black seed oil is extracted using traditional methods to preserve its potency and purity.

Rich in Nutrients: Packed with essential nutrients, including omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins, our black seed oil offers a myriad of health benefits.

Natural Wellness: Known for its therapeutic properties, Ethiopian Black Seed Oil supports immune function, promotes healthy skin and hair, and aids in digestion for overall wellness.

Versatile Usage: Whether used topically to nourish skin and hair or consumed as a dietary supplement for internal health, our Black Seed Oil is a versatile addition to your wellness routine.

Premium Quality: Our oil undergoes rigorous quality control measures to ensure it meets the highest standards of purity and efficacy, providing you with the best possible product.

Ethically Sourced: We prioritize ethical sourcing practices to support local Ethiopian communities and ensure sustainable harvesting methods.

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 scents, and colors.

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