Friday, May 31, 2024

Black cumin craze - does it really help health?

 Recently, there is a craze in Germany to consume black cumin or its oil. I have no idea about other countries. They are definitely crazy about him here in Germany. I visited quite a few sites to actually find out if this is the case. I read quite a few comments and article. One article is described as the gold of the Pharaohs. In others, it is written about him in the Bible and the Koran. There were quite a few comments on Amazon. I definitely know from my parents that everything in small quantities is useful. And if possible, use seasonal foods. Always not to eat the same food, one after another for the day. I respect every herb. Because if the Lord created, then it has a purpose in this world. At least to keep the balance. Almost everywhere it is claimed that: Black cumin is rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, essential oils, vitamins and minerals, including thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and copper.Most articles state that black cumin may have benefits for: Immune System: Can stimulate the immune system and fight infections. Inflammation: May have anti-inflammatory properties that can be helpful in chronic conditions such as arthritis and asthma. Digestion: May improve digestion and relieve symptoms of gastrointestinal problems. Diabetes: May help regulate blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity. Cardiovascular health: May lower blood pressure and cholesterol. About Cancer: Quite a few experts say that black cumin may have anti-cancer properties. Skin and Hair: Can be used to treat skin problems such as acne and eczema, as well as stimulate hair growth. How do they consume it. Seeds: Black cumin seeds can be added to salads, soups, rice dishes, breads and other dishes. They can be chewed whole or ground into a powder. Oil: Black cumin oil can be taken in the morning on an empty stomach, added to smoothies, or used topically on the skin. Tea: You can make tea from black cumin seeds by steeping them in hot water for 10-15 minutes. Dosage: The recommended daily dose of black cumin is 1-2 teaspoons of seeds or 500-1000 mg of oil. At least that's how it's written in many places. The most interesting thing in the Amazon reviews about black cumin is that you can find besides the positive opinions. Few and miraculous events. So what, they might be right. Still, faith keeps us going. I already bought half a kilo of seeds for my salads. I plan to try chewing with honey. Not that I need to right now, but like any human being I should try. From experience, the head does not hurt. For me, Swedish bitters is the universal medicine. There are also many articles about losing weight with black cumin. Apparently this is the new fashion. Hopefully there will be results for people.

Author Sezgin Ismailov

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