HEMANI Black Seed Oil-60ML

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  • Strains of bacteria and viruses that are antimicrobial-resistant are becoming virtually impossible to treat, including HIV, stahylococcal,, tuberculosis, influenza, gonorrhea,, candida and malaria.
  • Between 5 percent to 10 percent of all hospital patients develop an infection from superbugs,.
  • More than 90,000 of these patients die every year, up from 13,300 patient deaths in 1992.
  • People infected with superbugs typically have longer hospital stays, require more complicated treatment and don’t recover as well.
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A study conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College researchers set out to determine just how potent black seed oil is against some of these superbugs and paired it against several antibiotics, such as Amoxicillin, Gatifloxacin and Tetracycline. According to the study, “Out of 144 strains tested, most of which were resistant to a number of antibiotics, 97 were inhibited by the oil of black cumin.

Quite possibly, the most promising research has been done connecting Nigella sativa to multi-drug resistant bacteria. This is a really big deal because these so-called “superbugs” are becoming a significant public health risk. According to the National Institute of Health:

  • Strains of bacteria and viruses that are antimicrobial-resistant are becoming virtually impossible to treat, including HIV, staphylococcal, tuberculosis, influenza, gonorrhra,, candida and malaria.
  • Between 5 percent to 10 percent of all hospital patients develop an infection from superbugs
  • More than 90,000 of these patients die every year, up from 13,300 patient deaths in 1992.
  • People infected with superbugs typically have longer hospital stays, require more complicated treatment and don’t recover as well.

  • Black seed oil is made from the seeds of the black cumin (Nigella sativa) plant, which belongs to the ranunculus family (Ranunculaceae). The black cumin plant is native to southwestern Asia, the Mediterranean and Africa. It has been grown for centuries for its aromatic and flavorful seeds that can be used as a spice or as an herbal medicine.  Black seed oil is also commonly called black cumin seed oil. Be careful, as black seed should not be confused with true cumin (Cuminum cyminum), black pepper,, black sesame .
  • A study conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College researchers set out to determine just how potent black seed oil is against some of these superbugs and paired it against several antibiotics, such as Amoxicillin, Gatifloxacin and Tetracycline. According to the study, “Out of 144 strains tested, most of which were resistant to a number of antibiotics, 97 were inhibited by the oil of black cumin.”
Key Features
  • Strains of bacteria and viruses that are antimicrobial-resistant are becoming virtually impossible to treat, including HIV, stahylococcal,, tuberculosis, influenza, gonorrhea,, candida and malaria.
  • Between 5 percent to 10 percent of all hospital patients develop an infection from superbugs,.
  • More than 90,000 of these patients die every year, up from 13,300 patient deaths in 1992.
  • People infected with superbugs typically have longer hospital stays, require more complicated treatment and don’t recover as well.
Specifications of Black Seed Oil-60ML
SKU
HE589HB1EC2MFNAFAMZ
Product Line
Bella J Store
Weight (kg)
0.4
Main material
oil
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