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Black cumin seed, mostly known as Nigella Sativa or black seed, belongs to the botanical family Lyutikovi (Ranunculaceae). It is mainly used in the countries, having a common border with the Mediterranean sea, Pakistan, India and Iran, as natural medicine for more than 2000 years. The components of the black cumin seed show an extraordinary variety of biochemical, immunological and pharmacological abilities, includingbronchodilatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, hypoglycaemic and immune enhancing effects.
GreeNutrition selects the highest quality black cumin seeds (Nigella Sativa) and carries out a precise extraction process, while retaining the most beneficial microelements in their composition. As a rich source of the nontoxic bioactive substance - thymocinone, eastern medicine uses it to treat health problems of all kinds
The beneficial effect of the black cumin seeds' extract on the human health is due to their active ingredients (timochinon, carvacrol, thymol, cemen, T-anethole and 4-terpineol). The above mentioned bioactive components, along with some other ingredients, have a notable antioxidant activityThe primary ingredient is a nontoxic bioactive ingredient - timochinon, proven in the struggle with the free radicals and lipid peroxidation.
100% natural black seeds extract helps with the:
- Improvement of the natural immunity
- Increase in the organism's resistive powers
- Maintenance of the normal levels of glucose in the blood
- The regular flow of the carbohydrates in the metabolism
How to Take
– 10 ml. daily before meals
– Do not exceed the recommended daily dose!
– За по- добър ефект се препоръчва дълготрайно приемане на GreeNutrition Black seed (Nigella Sativa)
– The extract can be taken all-year long without interruption
Active substances: water extract of black cumin seed
Supporting substances: water, acidity regulator: citric acid.*
* The citric acid is a weak organic acid. It is contained in citrus fruits. It is a natural preservative and could be used also for giving a sour tase to foods and drinks. The citric acid is most highly concentrated in unripe lemons, where it can make up to 8% of the fruit's weight.