Secret Weight Loss Ingredient


Hi luvs,

Today we a going to talk about an oil that I recently discovered. While this ingredient has been part of my diet for years, I did not use the oil before. I recently stumbled upon it and I can’t believe all the amazing health and beauty benefits it has.

Black seed oil has been used for over 3000 years. Yes, I’m really late to the party learning about this, but better late than never. It has been so highly regarded for centuries, that vials of Black seed oil was placed in the tombs of dead Pharaohs to help them in the afterlife.  We know this because it was found in the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen “King Tut”. Okay I learnt about this in my ancient history class as a freshman in college but did a 17 year old me think hmmm I should try this? No. But let’s be honest some old school beauty and health remedies have endured through the years for good reason.

Black seed is also known as: black caraway, black-cumin, fennel-flower, nigella, nutmeg-flower, roman-coriander and kalonji. There are probably other names but I’m not fluent in every language on the planet. If your country has a different name for black seed please comment it below! Black seed oil is extracted using an oil press. The oil is pressed then it’s left to sit so that impurities can settle at the bottom of the container. Considering how tiny black seeds are I’m assuming it’s a lengthy process.

How can black seed oil be used?

Black seed oil can be consumed or used topically. Before consuming black seed oil please make sure that the product packaging indicates that it’s safe to do so. Not all 100% pure oils are edible. You can mix black seed oil into regular meals and snacks, ex: in yogurts, smoothie, on salad in place of olive oil, etc. I must warn you it’s not the most delicious thing you’ll consume, but it’s possible to mask the taste since you only need to eat 1 tiny teaspoon. Black seed oil can also be used topically as a hair or skin oil to aid with hair restoration and skin conditions like eczema.

Health benefits:
Before attempting to use Black seed oil for any of it’s health benefits please consult with your doctor that it is safe to do so with any medication you are taking. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, I do not advise you to use black seed oil unless directed to do so by your doctor.

Black seed oil is believed to have antihistamine properties that a relief asthma and allergy symptoms. You should not replace your inhaler or epi pen with this oil. It can be used as a chest rub or as part of your regular diet to help avoid symptoms.

Black seed oil has antibacterial properties that aids in treatment of various fungus, infections and intestinal parasites and can also reduce the risk of various cancers. The Thymoquinone found in black seed oil has shown to induce cell death in leukemia cells (1), brain tumors (2) and breast cancer (3). The thymoquinone found in nigella sativa (the plant from which we get black seeds) is currently being studied for it’s benefits for cardiovascular health, diabetes, and neuro-degenerative diseases

Beauty benefits:
Some cultures use black seed oil topically to increase hair growth and soften skin. Black seed oil helps reduce inflammation which helps with some skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.

Nutritional value from the label of the Black seed oil that I use.

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I personally discovered black seed oil while researching for natural weight loss aids. Black cumin seeds contain high levels of phytosterols which are plant fats that our body absorb. It’s advised that your consume black seed oil before your meal because these Phytosterols limit how much cholesterol your body absorbs when you consume your meal.  Studies (4) show that black seed is an effective aid when added to your diet to lose weight.

I’m going to incorporate black seed oil into my salads. We’ll see how this works.

 

I’ll keep you updated,

Stay Beautiful,

Avi

 

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58 comments

  1. Sounds lovely. We all need a little help specially if it’s natural!

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  2. This is such a great read and I’m totally going to look into this oil !! Thank You for sharing!! Familyfuentes6

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  3. This sounds wonderful.

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  4. Im gonna defintly try out this one thanks a lot

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  5. This is so cool. Need to get into stuff like this. 🤗🤗

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  6. Definitely goin to try!!😍

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  7. Seriously its workin out for me

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  8. It’s among the things passed on from my Grandma! I just didn’t know it had so much other benefits!

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  9. Great read !!

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  10. Reblogged this on Vietnam Travel & Trade Portal.

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  11. I love your blog already subscribed here and YouTube 🙂

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  13. I think useful info for my cousin😊😊😊thank you

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  14. This is very interesting! I definitely want to try black seed oil.

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  15. I really like this. Girl I am trying to eat so healthy now. This was an awesome awesome post. Sending hugs from Tennessee ❤ ✨ ❤ ✨ ALWAYS Oh I’m melmelnoe on IG. Love you girl

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  16. Interesting, thanks 😉

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  17. Reblogged this on Mel's blog and commented:
    This is absolutely amazing..

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  18. Is it weird that I actually enjoy the taste of kalonji? I don’t eat it as often as I’d like, but I could totally nibble on it throughout the day. I love the musky taste of it. Guess I should try to consume it more often since in trying to shed some pounds.

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  19. Thank for this useful information 😍😍😍😍😍😍

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  20. IG:(sahr_mekaaj) everything is done 😚

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  22. Black seed is called kalonji in my language,, and My mom uses it in food,,!! I need to use it also now 😂 thanks for the review

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  23. Thank you so much for this beautiful read. It has been my struggle to loose some weight after I gave birth to my beautiful twin babies four years ago. I was only allowed to have some light exercises and diet. Because I am a C-section patient, I could not do heavy exercises. Struggle is real that I cannot get my body back from what it was before. If this Black seed oil is available here.in the Philippines,I want to try this myself. Please do not misunderstand, I am absolutely a happy mom.toy twin babies,and I learned to lobe my body flaws now. But, if I can be fitter and healthier I think this would be awesome because my happiness is to spend the rest of my life with my twin babies with a healthy body and heart. 💕💕💕

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  24. I do recall this seed oil somewhere at the back of my head but never really took much notice until now! Thank you so much for this, I’m going to go to my local health store & see if I can get some & will let you know how it goes!

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  25. Need something for weight gain😞

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  26. pure natural seed oil can help to lose weight

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  27. Informative article!! 🙂 I anyway wanted to loose extra kilos and this sounds perfect.

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  28. Gossh! This is what i’m looking for 🙈 Surely gonna try this super soon ❤ Thank you for Sharing ✨

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  29. Very good article. I will be experiencing a few of these issues as well..

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  30. It is really helpful to the people who wanna loose weight aviyr🙂 but honestly I really need something to gain weight haha😉

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  31. I am def gonna go get me some of this!! Thank you so much for sharing your “secret”… Now we can (hopefully) all look as gorgeous as you babe!! 💗💗

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  32. OMG I didn’t know these. Black seed oil ♥️ I am suffering from hypothyroidism and I really want to lose weight. Thank you for this Avi ♥️ you are a life saver 😍

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  33. Let me know how this works out for you. I’m all about nutrition and health these days. I never heard of this but now I am going to go buy some. What did it taste like?

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  34. My grandmother told me about black seed oil but I have never had any problems with skin or health untill 10 years ago. Reading Your post reminded me on it. It is time to buy it. Great post.

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  35. I didn’t know that worked

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  36. This is awesome! Definitely going to give it a try!

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