Black Seed Oil - nigella sativa - H

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Topically; the oil can be rubbed on any place with pain and/or inflammation to improve symptoms. Can be applied to cuts, scrapes, bruises, and rashes to improve healing and prevent infection.
A couple drops daily can solve ear infections (in the ear). A teaspoon added to freshly boiled water to inhale steam can help improve lung and sinus infections.

Cautions

Due to emmenagogue properties not safe during pregnancy.
Safe to take internally but can be highly irritating for some individuals.
Possible drug interactions; Diabetes medications, immunosuppressants, anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs, blood pressure medications, sedatives.
Drug interactions are typically only a concern with internal use.

First Aid

Adverse reactions are unheard of, however if one does occur apply flour or cornstarch to absorb excess oil and then wash area with basic soap.
If a pregnant woman has used Black seed and is showing signs of miscarriage call emergency services and explain.
If a drug interaction is suspected call emergency services.

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