Black seeds have potent anti-diabetic activity. They have been shown to improve blood glucose levels and lipid profile in various diabetes models.
Interestingly, the health benefits of black seeds don’t end here. A number of studies suggest taking these seeds routinely can help to fight against the super bugs, control acne breakouts, reduce joint pain, improve blood pressure, relieve asthma and boost your immune power. In this article, you will get an insight of how black seeds and diabetes work together to improve diabetes symptoms.
Synonyms: black cumin, haba al barakah and kalonji.
A Quick Overview of Black Seed
Black seed (scientific name: Nigella sativa) is a commonly used spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. It adds a unique pungent bitter flavor, something similar to onion and pepper, and appetizing smell to the foods.
All things considered, black seeds and diabetes are improved drastically when the two are combined in a daily protocol. All diabetics should consider taking black seed oil to improve their blood glucose levels. Also research has shown a positive effect using fig leaf tea and black seeds combined.
My favorite black seed oil is Perfect Press and My favorite black seeds are made by a company named Kevala. Kevala is the brand chosen by a customer of mine who is a cancer doctor and so I follow his recommendation.