Black cumin is a herbaceous plant native to North Africa. Its cultivation and use dates back to antiquity and black cumin oil was found in the tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen, which earned it the nickname "oil of the Pharaohs". It would be the secret of the perfect complexion of Nerfertiti.
Known by the Arabic name of Habbatul baraka, which means "seed of blessing", black cumin is particularly used and prized in the Middle East.
Black cumin oil is extracted from black cumin seeds by cold pressing. These seeds, which strongly resemble those of the poppy, are located in the fruit capsules of the plant and are extremely rich in vitamins, amino acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids, minerals and essential oils.
Used for thousands of years for its medicinal properties in India and Egypt, in the Middle East as a spice but also in phytotherapy and aromatherapy.
For spells related to healing.
Bottle of 30 ml