Ethiopian Black Seed Oil 

Handmade Black Seed Oil from Ethiopian Nigella Sativa Seeds
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After a number of researches and analyses made by different universities from 2004 to 2016, the Ethiopian black seed showed the best results and levels of minerals, vitamins, and nutrients than that from any other country.

 

BioNatal managers, who pressed black seed oil in Egypt for a few years, studied the differences amongst different seeds and compared materials from the 12 primary Nigella Sativa grower countries. They found that natural oils pressed from Ethiopian seeds get the best reviews from customers and have better sales then any another oil.       

 

BioNatal is the only company who imports to the USA from Ethiopia and presses these very rare black cumin seeds into pure organic oil. Natural vegetable oil pressed from the purest Ethiopian product has a very dark color and is super bitter.

 

BioNatal managers who have experience in pressing black seed oils in the Middle East identified seven criteria of the highest quality product achievable, which you can read about on the QUALITY page.

  

Quality specification of the BioNatal Nigella Sativa oil:

  • Only the Ethiopian seeds are used

  • Sourced from a certified Ethiopian grower (collaboration since 2012)

  • The pureness of the black cumin is 99% (Sortex cleaned method)

  • Fresh crop (always fresher than 12 months)

  • Coldest pressed method possible with a temperature of 77-87F (+25-30C)

  • Pressed seeds one time only

  • Letting oil set instead of filtering in order to keep the seeds powder in it (not-filtered)

 

Officially, BioNatal black seed oil is the strongest oil on the market with Thymoquinone (TQ) level 3.56%.

If you are looking for a place to buy online natural black seed oil, BioNatal’s product (sourced from very rare Ethiopian seeds) will fully satisfy your desire. BioNatal sales the best quality of Nigella Sativa oil produced in the USA, following all sanitary regulations and following the seven quality criteria. The quality does affect the price of this rare product, but the price is still competitive.