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Black Seed Oil - Al Shareef

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  1. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

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    BLACK SEED OIL
    Cold pressed to ensure none of the temperature-sensitive essential elements are destroyed and that the most amount of goodness is extracted from the seed into the oil. With our 100% pure premium quality cold pressed Black Seed oil you have full peace of mind that our oils have been pressed in-house, on-site at Al Shareef with complete devotion, love and dedication.
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    No short cuts, no additives, no stretching and no contracting to third party presses
     
  2. Mr.P

    Mr.P Evoloudtionary Bioudlogist

    Can you share a little bit about the tradition of this oil and what is used for?
     
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  3. Atif Ahmad

    Atif Ahmad Whats this Oud About?

    Mashallah! This is amazing! I've already made my purchase. Looking forward to adding this to my daily health regimen.
     
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  4. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

    The uses of this oil are many through out history in the Islamic tradition, Black Seed is glorified as ‘al Habbat al Barakah’ – the blessed seed – with the term “Al Barakah” signifying its “blessed” status. Its widespread usage is primarily due to the authentic Prophetic statement recorded by the renowned scholar al-Bukhari that “the Black Seed is a cure for all illnesses except death”.

    The intent in the wordings of the Prophet peace be upon him can be interpreted in two ways based on the Arabic language and Context. The first is the literal meaning that it is in fact a cure to all illnesses in the context of Prophetic practice which was focused on a preventative approach. So if taken daily then it will assist in warding off all sorts of nasty illnesses because it has been established as an immune booster. The second take on it is that 'all disease' is a form expression in the Arabic language that means a lot but not all.

    The interest thing is modern science and medicine is finding multitudes of benefits for this little seed. The number of research for different uses is numerous.

    For over three thousand years, people have used it to cure numerous ailments and to maintain and improve general health. The earliest usage of Black Seed is traced back to the Assyrians in ancient Egypt where black seed oil was applied externally to nourish the skin and used as a digestive aid. Treasured as an essential of daily Egyptian life they acknowledged the benefits of Nigella Sativa and described it as a panacea (cure for problems and diseases) – Tutankhamun even had a bottle of the oil in his tomb! The Romans also knew this seed and called it ’Greek Coriander’ and used it as a dietary supplement.

    People have used the tiny ‘black seeds’ of Nigella Sativa for thousands of years in cooking, baking and even beverages. In biblical times, Black Seed was used to spice breads and cakes, and throughout the Middle East, Asia and Europe baked goods were spiced with Black Seeds in combination with cumin or coriander and used to flavour curries and pickles.

    High quality black seed oil can also be ingested in liquid form, applied topically to benefit the skin and is often used in massage oils, shampoos, homemade skin-care products and fragrances.

    Here is one link to recent research regarding its many benefits and uses
    A review on therapeutic potential of Nigella sativa: A miracle herb

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3642442/
     
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  5. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Thank you for all this valuable information, I look forward to adding this to my daily care program. You guys love for what you do is evident
     
  6. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

    :praying::praying::praying:

     
  7. Royalbengalouds

    Royalbengalouds Resident Artisan

    SubanaAllah, MashaAllah Bhaia . I my self drink a spoon a day chasing with coffee or honey. I know multiple folks who have blood pressure issues and they take black seed oil to help out. In majority Desi house we use black seed allot. Being from Bangladesh I grew up on Dal Bat “Lentils and Rice” , when we finish the Dal we take a separate small fry pan , put some oil in the pan toss in some garlic and onions and toss panch phoron ( some folks use 5 panch pharon spice , some folks just use black seed in Dal - Panch in Bengali is five and phoron is spices and these five spices are: nigella seeds (other wise known as black onion seeds, Kalonji or kalo jeera), fennel seeds (mouri or saunf), fenugreek seeds (methi), black (brown or yellow) mustard seeds (rai) and cumin seeds (jeera ), wait till the onions and garlic turn brown “not burnt God forbid” and toss the oil in the Finish lentils with the browned onions and garlic ,it releases such an aromatic aroma it will leave a linger scent for hours in the house and the taste , omg , delicious ,and I live off Dal literally and by implementing black seed in our diet is always beneficial. John Hopkins did extensive research on black seed and found out there is thymoquinon ( forgive me if I spelled it wrong) in black seed that fight off cancer cells ,and also certain U.S pharmaceuticals companies made patents on thymoquinon but best thing just use the oils and seed also. Lots of Pakistani folks through it in the nan bread and paratha bread and it’s leaves and amazing lingering scent. But the only thing if you drink the oils it’s bitter than oud and you will need a chaser like honey , water or coffee , please forgive me for ranting away. MashaAllah Bhaia , ☕️☕️☕️☕️
     
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  8. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

    thank you brother, Jazak Allah Khair, it is amazing how many wonderful uses there are for the blackseed. Thank you for sharing your story.

    Usually the bitter taste is associated with bad quality or other oils in which blackseed is sometimes infused. The seed has a vibrant peppery taste, with a nice buzz that hits the back of the throat if taken neat, but it is pleasant and something that any average person can take without much issue. This is one of the reasons i got onto this mission, because many people would read about the benefits of blackseed then try what is on the market, and most of them are shocking. Then as a result they would be put off. For me it is important that people get to taste the highest quality, see it's benefits then decide, right now people are deciding on the low quality oils out there.




     
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  9. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

    Available again on our website with an offer if you order 10 bottles you save $20.

    Apologies for the slight delay , the bottles were delayed due to the current Covid19 situation.
     
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  10. Al Shareef Oudh

    Al Shareef Oudh Resident Artisan

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