Black seed oil is made from the seeds of black cumin, also known as nigella seeds. Nigella seeds have recently been linked to assisting with treatment against super bugs such as influenza, HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.Â
The uses and benefits of black seed oil are more than any other essential oils. These include treatment for asthma, allergies, eczema, psoriasis, candida, fungus and digestive problems. In relation to digestive aid, it has shown incredible results against cancer of the colon and guts. Furthermore, a regular intake of black seed oil aids with a healthy heart, lowers bad cholesterol and normalises blood pressure.
The ideal storage of essential oils is to keep it refrigerated, as the fridge keeps the components that make up the oils at their optimal levels. If you donâ€™t have space in the fridge, you can keep it in a cool, dark place. Essential oils have a shelf life of one to five years. You should however replace essential oils after three years to gain the most benefits out of the essential oils.