Black Cumin Oil

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Nigella sativa Our black cumin body oil is extracted by cold pressing the black cumin seeds of the Nigella sativa. It comes as 100 ml in a glass bottle.

Black Cumin Oil

Botanical name: Nigella sativa.

Black Cumin body oil is an oil produced by cold pressing the black cumin seeds.


What does black cumin oil smell like?

Black cumin oil has a very faint scent. Carrier oils do not have a strong aroma like essential oils do, and their scents are much more subdued.


Which part of the plant provides the oil?

Black cumin body oil is an oil produced from the seeds of the Nigella sativa which is an annual flowering plant.


Where has the black cumin seed oil been sourced from?

Our black cumin oil originates from India.


How is cumin oil extracted?

The oil is extracted by cold pressing the black cumin seeds of the Nigella sativa.


What other oils blend well with black cumin oil?

Cumin oil blends well with other carrier oils and may be used for diluting pure essential oils.


How can I benefit from black cumin oil?

Black cumin seed oil might help with joint pain (rheumatism), headache, and certain skin conditions.


Some people also use it to assist lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol levels, treating cancer, and boosting the immune system.

Black cumin seed oilCold pressed black cumin seed oil

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