Scientific Name: Nigella Sativa Black Seed is regarded is a "miracle" herb in Middle Eastern and Chinese Medicine. It has been used for centuries to cure some of the most serious ailments known to mankind including; all types of cancer, hypertension, diabetes, CVD, and more. Black Seed contains Thymohydroquinone (THQ) which is an essential component in is healing capabilities. THQ has proven by researchers to eliminate cancerous cells, reduce inflammation, enhance immune function, and restore balance to internal functions within the body (Forouzanfar et al., 2014). It is highly recommended that customers undergo a detox upon taking this product. The purpose of this detox is to encourage a positive immune response, flush toxins, and restore balance within the body. Umm Nadia has created a unique Black Seed Oil detox designed for customers who would like to begin a Black Seed Oil regimen. Her detox is based upon years of her own research into clinical studies of how this herb is use to treat all manners of disease. Access her most recent research here: The Holy Herb of Blessing ::: Black Seed Oil Detox ::: Duration: 7 days Product: Divine Ayat's Black Seed Oil Dosage: Take 1 tbsp 3 times daily Other considerations: Healthy eating during this detox is a MUST. Clients are encouraged to eat "clean". That is, no fried foods, artificial sugars (candy, cookies, etc.), so sodas or "fruit" drinks. Client may eat meat but it must be broiled or baked. While detoxing be sure to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Drink AT LEAST a gallon of water each day. Results: Results do vary and will depend on your diet. Following a very clean diet and abstaining from meat usually produce the best results. Clients have reported seeing parasites in their stool, feeling more rested, having more energy, sleeping better, and a sense of increased "wellness" after completing the detox. This detox can be completed once per month. After completing the detox clients are encouraged to continue taking the Black Seed Oil at a dosage of one tbsp per day. Reference:Forouzanfar, F., Bazzaz, B. S. F., & Hosseinzadeh, H. (2014). Black cumin (Nigella sativa) and its constituent (thymoquinone): a review on antimicrobial effects. Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences, 17(12), 929–938.
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