About Freshfield Black Seed Oil (237 mL)
Think of black seed oil as a jack-of-all-trades. Containing so many potent active compounds, this high quality black seed oil has helped thousands of people with a long list of ailments (seriously, Google it.)
What is Black Seed Oil good for?
Cold-pressed from the seeds of the nigella sativa plant, black seed oil contains powerful compounds like thymoquinone, nigellone and p-cymene. It's a natural wonder oil that can help your body function in a more optimal state.
- Dosage for black seed oil. How much black seed oil per day? Start with a half teaspoon per day for at least the first week and make sure to take it with food. You can increase your dose to one teaspoon per day with food after your body gets used to it.
- If you have a hard time with the taste, try taking it with a chaser! Pineapple juice works really well. You can also blend it in your smoothies or put it in your morning coffee.
- Use it on your skin! It's useful as a moisturizer and can help reduce redness and skin blemishes.
- Rub it on your joints! After physical activity, it can help with reducing pain and discomfort.
- Add it to your facial (oil) cleansing routine: Pour a small amount into your hand and massage it for at least a minute into the skin on your face. Then soak a washcloth with hot water and place it over your face to remove all the impurities your released! Try mixing it with some olive oil or coconut oil if you need to balance it out.
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100% Cold-pressed Black Seed Oil (Origin: Bangladesh)
Other used terms: kalonji seed oil, blackseed oil, black cumin seed oil.
Adults: 1 teaspoon 1 time per day with food. Take a few hours before or after taking supplements containing iron, zinc, calcium or copper. Consult a healthcare practitioner for use beyond 8 weeks.
Cautions: If you experience sweating, paleness, chills headache, dizziness, and/or confusion, discontinue use and consult a health care practitioner (as these may be symptoms of serious low blood sugar). If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner before use. If you have diabetes, consult a health care practitioner before use. Discontinue use if yo experience gastrointestinal upset.
Using this on your skin?
Patch test first, please!
Patch tests are an easy way to help predict if you will have a negative initial reaction to a new product. It is recommended to perform a patch test before incorporating new products into any skincare routine:
(1) Apply a small amount of the product onto a clean area of skin on the upper forearm. Keep the area dry.
(2) After 24 hours rinse the area. If any redness, burning, itching, blistering or irritation is observed at any time throughout the test, do not use the product.