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Nigella mixed with honey (500g)
Nigella mixed with honey
Both honey and black seed have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties, although most studies showing these effects have been conducted on people. While black seed honey provides a sweet treat, don't use it to treat a health condition without your doctor's approval.
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Our Nigella mixed with honey
Both honey and black seed have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties, although most studies showing these effects have been conducted on people. While black seed honey provides a sweet treat, don't use it to treat a health condition without your doctor's approval
Honey contains numerous polyphenols, plant substances with possible health benefits. Polyphenols found in honey, which include caffeic acid, chrysin, galangin, kaempferol, apigenin and quercetin may have antioxidant properties and restrict cancer cell growth in the laboratory, Indian researchers reported in the July 2009 issue of the "Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology."
Black Seed Benefits
Black seed has a long history of use in Islamic medicine, which uses the black seed as a treatment for numerous disorders, running the gamut from cancer to dizziness, according to the "Islamic Bulletin." Nigella sativa, a flowering plant found throughout Asia, India and Europe produces seeds from which oil is extracted. The oil is mixed with honey to make black seed honey. Black seed oil contains thymoquinon, an antioxidant. Antioxidants can reduce cell damage by destroying free radicals, molecules that destroy cellular DNA.
Combining honey with black seed may provide a weapon against liver disease. A December 2010 study published in "Integrative Cancer Therapies" found that a combination of the two increased levels of antioxidants, which reduced the viability of liver cancer cells in the laboratory. While animal and laboratory studies have benefit, they don't prove that a substance will have a similar effect on people.
Take a spoon the morning fasting!
We have indexed salient research, available to view on GreenMedInfo.com on our Black Seed(Nigella Sativa) page, on well over 40 health conditions that may be benefited from the use of the herb, including over 20 distinct pharmacological actions it expresses, such as:
- Analgesic (Pain-Killing)
- Gluconeogenesis Inhibitor (Anti-Diabetic)
- Hepatoprotective (Liver Protecting)
- Insulin Sensitizing
- Interferon Inducer
- Leukotriene Antagonist
- Renoprotective (Kidney Protecting)
- Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha Inhibitor
These 22 pharmacological actions are only a subset of a far wider number of beneficial properties intrinsic to the black seed. While it is remarkable that this seed has the ability to positively modulate so many different biological pathways, this is actually a rather common occurrence among traditional plant medicines.