Nigella sativa: Traditional Herbal Remedy for Cancer, Diabetes, Infection, and More…
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Nigella sativa has been in use as a traditional medicine for hundreds of years. It is used in Unani, Ayurveda, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The seeds of this plant contain a crude oil called thymoquinone that is effective against a variety of diseases including:
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Kidney disease
- Hair loss
- Diarrhea 
Experts believe that the Nigella sativa seeds and the thymoquinone oil work as anti-oxidants in the body and boost the body’s immune system, though the exact mechanism is not well understood. The oil is able to induce apoptosis in cancer cells .
Nigella sativa seeds and oils have the following effects on the body:
- Anti-pyretic (they reduce fevers)
- Anti-neoplastic (they are anti-cancer/anti-tumor agents).
- They decrease blood pressure (anti-hypertensive)
- They increase respiration 
Black Cumin Toxicity
Nigella sativa seeds have a very low toxicity .
Natural Remedy in the Muslim Tradition
Nigella sativa is part of the Muslim tradition. Its use was mentioned in the Prophetic Hadit as a natural remedy for all diseases except death .
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