A POWERFUL POTION
A few of us have had a horrible sore throat/cough for the last week or two. I think it’s related to Allergy to tree pollen. Allah knows best.
Personally I’m getting fed up of it, sore throat, inflamed chest, breathlessness.
I have always been a bit scared of taking Black Seed Oil on an empty stomach and so I usually mixed it with coffee as remedy for coughs, still drunk after something solid.This this sore throat and chest inflammation is too much.
I did a bit of research and saw that Black Cumin Seed Oil can be mixed with Honey and Cinnamon….hmmmm and I know one of Cinnamon’s close remedial friends is Tumeric/Haldi/Curcumin….add a little Black Pepper to activate the Curcumin in the dry Haldi/Tumeric and insha’Allah lets see.
I have not tried this before but as I sit here, something is going there’s a tingling in my throat, could be the black pepper but lets see.
I made a larger dose than what I need because sometimes when you are not feeling well, you don’t feel like mixing potions.
3 teaspoons Black seed oil
3 teaspoons Cinnamon
3 teaspoons Tumeric/Haldi/Curcumin
1/2 teaspoon Black Pepper
Mix and take one teaspoon of mixture, do not have anything for at least 15 minutes.Cover remaining mixture.
Black Seed Oil has been ussed as a medicine since the times of Ancient Egyptian, where it found in the tomb of King Tutankhamen.
BLACK SEED is known by other names
Ajenuz, Aranuel, Baraka, Black Cumin, Black Caraway, Charnuska, Cheveux de Vénus, Cominho Negro, Comino Negro, Cumin Noir, Fennel Flower, Fitch, Graine de Nigelle, Graine Noire, Kalajaji, Kalajira, Kalonji, La Grainer Noire, Love in a Mist, Mugrela, Nielle, Nigella sativa, Nigelle de Crête, Nigelle Cultivée, Nutmeg Flower, Poivrette, Roman-Coriander, Schwarzkummel, Small Fennel, Toute Épice, Upakuncika.
There is some scientific evidence to suggest that black seed might help boost the immune system, fight cancer, prevent pregnancy, and lessen allergic reactions by acting as an antihistamine, but there isn’t enough information in humans yet.
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