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The healthy properties of black cumin are invaluable; however, many people don’t like its typical smell and taste very much. Softgels with black cumin oil are the best solution, and when fortified with curcumin, they exhibit much stronger activity in the organism.
When taken on an empty stomach, the preparation may cause unpleasant symptoms in the form of burping. In order to avoid that, take the supplement with a meal.
Black cumin seed oil – a source of essential unsaturated fatty acids enriched with other compounds health-promoting properties, such as monoterpenols and cineol. It is used both as a dietary supplement and natural cosmetic for topical application.
As a source of EFAs, black cumin seed oil is a convenient way to increase their intake which is often insufficient. Adequate dietary intake of EFAs is of key importance for maintaining health, especially of the cardiovascular system. It is said to be one of the main forms of cardiovascular prevention. In addition, it supports healthy neurological function. EFAs participate also in the regulation of the immune response.
When black cumin seed is used topically, it shows antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is used to relieve different allergic reactions. It has a beneficial effect on the skin and boosts its nourishment. The only aspect which discourages many individuals from using it as a cosmetic is its distinctive smell.
Essential oils occur in all plants, in various amounts. These are complicated compounds not fully identified, each containing hundreds of components in microscopic amounts. They are found in all parts of the plant: the root, flowers, leaves, stems and fruits. On the amount, composition and structure depend not only on the aromatic, but also therapeutic properties. They work mainly by inhalation , getting into the bloodstream and externally (through the skin while rubbing into the body, bath or compress). They show the highest activity in herbal infusions. Their action is enhanced by stabilizing in the laboratory. They should be used only under medical supervision, as they can cause allergies. They are used to treat patients with headaches, insomnia, lack of concentration, flu, catarrh, cold. The use of essential oils in herbal spices stimulates the digestive system (stimulates appetite and increases the secretion of gastric juices), allowing for better absorption of food. Also used in the production of cosmetics. Available at: www.muscle-zone.pl
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