Black Seed Oil daily use:
Tablespoon or Teaspoon?
Black cumin oil is becoming one of the most popular oils on the planet today. Presently, there is not one country in the world where people do not know about such miraculous oil and its properties.
People from all over the world disseminate information about Nigella Sativa seeds and share their experience with it. However, some customers continue asking the following questions:
HOW TO USE BLACK SEED OIL ON A DAILY BASIS?
HOW MANY TIMES A DAY TO TAKE BLACK SEED OIL?
Since ancient times people of the Middle East have known about black cumin seeds. They use the seeds as a spice for cooking. However, there is no specific method for taking black seed oil.
TWO TABLESPOONS A DAY
Developed over time, the practice of daily intake of cumin oil is two spoons of oil per day.
Seventy percent of seeds of the Nigella Sativa flowers are grown commercially in areas that are not adequate for such flower; most black seed oils are as not nutrient-rich as Ethiopian BSO. For these oils, people take two tables spoons a day—one tablespoon in the morning and once at night before bedtime.
TWO TEASPOONS A DAY
The most potent seeds on Earth come from Ethiopia. With one hundred percent of Ethiopian seeds and the right pressing temperatures, the practiced oil intake is two teaspoons a day, preferably after your meals.
If you have taken black seed oil but are new to Bionatal Black Seed Oil, we recommend starting the first week with just one teaspoon in the morning AFTER breakfast. This method will allow your body to tolerate the most potent black seed oil on the planet.
HOW LONG SHOULD YOU TAKE BLACK SEED OIL?
Nigella Sativa seed has many nutrients for our body and, most importantly, for our immune system: Thymoquinone, Thymohydroquinone, and Thymol. It’s an excellent supplement that promotes overall good health for the human body. Additionally, studies have shown that black seed oil shows no adverse side effects when consumed moderately. With that said, you can make black seed oil part of your everyday diet.