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The Black Seed Range

With black seed making its emergence in the West, there have been hundreds of comprehensive research studies done in order to understand the powerful healing properties of this amazing seed. We offer black seed in various forms: Raw Seeds, Cold-Pressed Oil, and convenient softgel capsules. Learn more about the amazing benefits of each product and how they may contribute towards improving your health.


A bottle of Nature's Blends' finest quality black seed oil

BLACK SEED OIL

Our most popular black seed product; 100% cold-pressed virgin black seed oil sourced from the fertile, warm lands of Ethiopia. Absolutely no heat, additives or preservatives are used during production. The smooth and silky texture with a pungent, spicy taste will leave your senses tingling. Every bottle is filled with 100% purity and goodness. Learn more...

Potency

The way the seeds are harvested, pressed, and packaged play a unique role in maintaining potency. The strong taste and smell of our Black seed oil indicates the delicate process undertaken to preserve its natural elements. That is exactly what our Ethiopian Black seed oil carries in every bottle; tender care with a unique touch.

Cold Pressed

What makes cold-pressing oils unique is the absence of added heat. Heat alters the chemical makeup of an element while cold-pressing retains the flavour, aroma, and nutritional value of the seeds. We cold-press the premium Black seeds only once within 24 hours of harvesting which is then packaged immediately in order to maintain its richness.

Volatile

The higher the volatility of the oil, the stronger its potency and healing properties will be. By cold-pressing the black seeds only once, we preserve the purest form of the Ethiopian Black seed oil to reach the highest level of volatility at 3 .9%.

Thymoquinone

.Thymoquinone(TQ) is the star natural chemical that gives black seed its strength and powerful healing properties. Research has shown that TQ acts as a natural antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. The greater percentage of TQ found in a substance, the greater strength it has in combating the illness/disease. Oh, by the way, Nature’s Blends Thymoquinone has been lab tested and given a 0.7% TQ percentage.

Quality Assurance

At Natures Blend’s we want you to feel great and have confidence when you buy from us. We take great care in ensuring that when you buy from us you are not just buying a product but in fact you are investing in your good health. To achieve that goal we only use raw, cold-pressed traditionally derived black seed oil from Ethiopian sources and we utilise strict quality control measures to make sure that every bottle is filled with 100% goodness.

Poor Liver Function

Kidney Disease

Glaucoma

Diabetes

Eczema

Bronchitis/Asthma

General health uses:

Boosts immune system

Boost brain health (THQ)

Soothes Cough and rids phlegm

Reduces the appearances of scars and bites

Anti-inflammatory properties that reduces the pain associated with arthritis

Aids in reducing cholesterol levels

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used blackseed in its solid and liquid oil form and has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

For topical use:

Apply a few drops on areas of dry/cracked skin and rub in to get moisturized restored skin.

Apply a few drops on tip of finger and rub on outer area of nose to combat allergies and symptoms of the common cold.

Rub oil on chest to help ease symptoms of chest congestion, asthma, bronchitis, and pain.

Mix a few drops of Black seed oil with your favorite oil (olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil) to use as an oil treatment for your hair. Will help with hair growth, strength, shine, condition the scalp and rid dandruff.

As a food supplement:

Consume 1 teaspoon of Blackseed oil once or twice daily depending on tolerance.

Mix 1 teaspoon of Black seed oil with your favorite honey.

Mix a few drops of Black seed oil in your favorite herbal tea for a stronger taste.

*Not suitable for pregnant women or children under the age of 5.
*Consult a health professional before stopping or starting any new supplement in your diet

Ethiopia 

BLACK SEED OIL

Our most popular black seed product; 100% cold-pressed virgin black seed oil sourced from the fertile, warm lands of Ethiopia. Absolutely no heat, additives or preservatives are used during production. The smooth and silky texture with a pungent, spicy taste will leave your senses tingling. Every bottle is filled with 100% purity and goodness. Learn more...

Poor Liver Function

Kidney Disease

Glaucoma

Diabetes

Eczema

Bronchitis/Asthma

General health uses:

Boosts immune system

Boost brain health (THQ)

Soothes Cough and rids phlegm

Reduces the appearances of scars and bites

Anti-inflammatory properties that reduces the pain associated with arthritis

Aids in reducing cholesterol levels

For topical use:

Apply a few drops on areas of dry/cracked skin and rub in to get moisturized restored skin.

Apply a few drops on tip of finger and rub on outer area of nose to combat allergies and symptoms of the common cold.

Rub oil on chest to help ease symptoms of chest congestion, asthma, bronchitis, and pain.

Mix a few drops of Black seed oil with your favorite oil (olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil) to use as an oil treatment for your hair. Will help with hair growth, strength, shine, condition the scalp and rid dandruff.

As a food supplement:

Consume 1 teaspoon of Blackseed oil once or twice daily depending on tolerance.

Mix 1 teaspoon of Black seed oil with your favorite honey.

Mix a few drops of Black seed oil in your favorite herbal tea for a stronger taste.

*Not suitable for pregnant women or children under the age of 5.
*Consult a health professional before stopping or starting any new supplement in your diet

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used blackseed in its solid and liquid oil form. It has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

Ethiopia 



three bottles of natures blends' premium black seed capsules

BLACK SEED CAPSULES

We like to offer solutions without compromising on quality. Our Ethiopian Black seed oil is also available in a simple softgel capsule. A solution for those not too fond of the strong taste of the Black seed oil but still want to enjoy the benefits it has to offer.

Poor Liver Function

Kidney Disease

Glaucoma

Diabetes

Eczema

Bronchitis/Asthma

General health uses:

Boosts immune system

Boost brain health (THQ)

Soothes Cough and rids phlegm

Reduces the appearances of scars and bites

Anti-inflammatory properties that reduces the pain associated with arthritis

Aids in reducing cholesterol levels

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used Black seed in its solid and liquid oil form. It has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

Ethiopia 

BLACK SEED CAPSULES

We like to offer solutions without compromising on quality. Our Ethiopian Black seed oil is also available in a simple softgel capsule. A solution for those not too fond of the strong taste of the Black seed oil but still want to enjoy the benefits it has to offer.

 

Poor Liver Function

Kidney Disease

Glaucoma

Diabetes

Eczema

Bronchitis/Asthma

General health uses:

Boosts immune system

Boost brain health (THQ)

Soothes Cough and rids phlegm

Reduces the appearances of scars and bites

Anti-inflammatory properties that reduces the pain associated with arthritis

Aids in reducing cholesterol levels

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used Black seed in its solid and liquid oil form. It has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

Ethiopia 



A bottle of natures blends' premium cod liver oil infused with black seed

BLACK SEED & COD LIVER CAPSULES

Cod liver oil has been shown to have unique healing properties that strengthen the eyesight, boosts brain health, and reduces chronic inflammation. Our research and development team decided to blend the Ethiopian Black seed oil with cod liver oil. The result? A powerful 2 in 1 combination for your everyday health and wellness needs.

Reduces chronic inflammation in the body due to osteoarthritis. (*Vitamin A, Blackseed oil)

Improves brain function and health (*Omega 3 fatty acids)

Maintains and strengthens good bone health (*Vitamin D&A)

Strengthens eye vision and fights eye disorders such as glaucoma (*Omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamins A&D)

Prevention of diseases in the body’s vital organs such as kidney, liver, and heart.

Strengthens the immune system (*Vitamin A, D, Omega 3’s, Blackseed oil)

Lowering high blood pressure and cholesterol (*Blackseed oil)

The added benefit of thymoquinone which is found primarily in Nigella Sativa (Black seed) has been medically proven to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.

With the powerful combination of blackseed and cod liver oils this supplement is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

Cod Liver Oil has a diverse history behind its use from ancestral cultures such as Eskimos and fishing communities of Scotland and Norway. These cultures and communities are from cold regions where the days were short and sunlight was scarce. Due to the scarcity of sunlight during that time, people were severely malnourished and highly deficient in Vitamin D; an essential component of good bone health. This lead to a plague of children becoming affected by rickets disease (caused by Vitamin D deficiency) that greatly affected the formation of bones and joints. Cod liver oil was used to treat this aliment and restore the body’s natural bone health.

Ethiopia 

BLACK SEED & COD LIVER CAPSULES

Cod liver oil has been shown to have unique healing properties that strengthen the eyesight, boosts brain health, and reduces chronic inflammation. Our research and development team decided to blend the Ethiopian Black seed oil with cod liver oil. The result?A powerful 2 in 1 combination for your everyday health and wellness needs.

Vital substance to maintain healthy joints and tissue.

Relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Reduces inflammation and joint pain

Aids in the restoration of damaged tissue ,muscle, and joint damage.

The added benefit of thymoquinone which is found primarily in Nigella Sativa (Black seed) has been medically proven to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. With the powerful combination of blackseed oil and natural glucosamine, this supplement is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

Cod Liver Oil has a diverse history behind its use from ancestral cultures such as Eskimos and fishing communities of Scotland and Norway. These cultures and communities are from cold regions where the days were short and sunlight was scarce. Due to the scarcity of sunlight during that time, people were severely malnourished and highly deficient in Vitamin D; an essential component of good bone health. This lead to a plague of children becoming affected by rickets disease (caused by Vitamin D deficiency) that greatly affected the formation of bones and joints. Cod liver oil was used to treat this aliment and restore the body’s natural bone health.

Ethiopia 



a bottle of natures blends' glucosamine capsules infused with black seed

BLACK SEED & GLUCOSAMINE CAPSULES

Natural glucosamine is the ideal supplement for maintaining healthy bones and joints. Without the presence of glucosamine in our body, simple everyday tasks that involve movement would be impossible. With the powerful combination of Black seed oil, this capsule is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

​​​​​​​Vital substance to maintain healthy joints and tissue.

Relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Reduces inflammation and joint pain

Aids in the restoration of damaged tissue ,muscle, and joint damage.

The added benefit of thymoquinone which is found primarily in Nigella Sativa (Black seed) has been medically proven to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. With the powerful combination of blackseed oil and natural glucosamine, this supplement is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

The discovery of glucosamine and its importance in the human body was made by Dr. George Ledderhose in 1876 by preparing it in a lab to mimic the naturally occurring compound. It was not until the late 1960’s and 1970’s that glucosamine was used clinically in parts of Europe. About four (4) decades later, American Joint Health Expert, Dr. Jason Theodosakis, introduced his book “The Arthritis Cure,” which became America’s #1 seller. Dr. Theodosakis’s visionary work on the effectiveness of glucosamine to treat symptoms such as osteoarthritis has assisted many people who have suffered from bone and joint related problems.

Ethiopia 

BLACK SEED & GLUCOSAMINE CAPSULES

Natural glucosamine is the ideal supplement for maintaining healthy bones and joints. Without the presence of glucosamine in our body, simple everyday tasks that involve movement would be impossible. With the powerful combination of Black seed oil, this capsule is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

Vital substance to maintain healthy joints and tissue.

Relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Reduces inflammation and joint pain

Aids in the restoration of damaged tissue ,muscle, and joint damage.

The added benefit of thymoquinone which is found primarily in Nigella Sativa (Black seed) has been medically proven to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. With the powerful combination of blackseed oil and natural glucosamine, this supplement is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

The discovery of glucosamine and its importance in the human body was made by Dr. George Ledderhose in 1876 by preparing it in a lab to mimic the naturally occurring compound. It was not until the late 1960’s and 1970’s that glucosamine was used clinically in parts of Europe. About four (4) decades later, American Joint Health Expert, Dr. Jason Theodosakis, introduced his book “The Arthritis Cure,” which became America’s #1 seller. Dr. Theodosakis’s visionary work on the effectiveness of glucosamine to treat symptoms such as osteoarthritis has assisted many people who have suffered from bone and joint related problems.

Ethiopia 



a spoonful of natures blends' ethiopian black seeds

BLACK SEED

Why not experience the taste and texture of the seeds that are responsible for making our amazing Ethiopian Black seed Oil?

Poor Liver Function

Kidney Disease

Glaucoma

Diabetes

Eczema

Bronchitis/Asthma

General health uses:

Boosts immune system

Boost brain health (THQ)

Soothes Cough and rids phlegm

Reduces the appearances of scars and bites

Anti-inflammatory properties that reduces the pain associated with arthritis

Aids in reducing cholesterol levels

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used blackseed in its solid and liquid oil form. It has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

The seeds can be used in many versatile ways. Grind the black seeds and mix with honey to make a detoxifying facial scrub or mask. Take a pinch in the morning before starting your day to cleanse your throat and respiratory system. Replace your flax and chia seeds with whole black seeds for a stronger nutrient dense super food. The possibilities are endless!

Ethiopia 

BLACK SEEDS

Why not experience the taste and texture of the seeds that are responsible for making our amazing Ethiopian Black seed Oil?

Vital substance to maintain healthy joints and tissue.

Relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Reduces inflammation and joint pain

Aids in the restoration of damaged tissue ,muscle, and joint damage.

The added benefit of thymoquinone which is found primarily in Nigella Sativa (Black seed) has been medically proven to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. With the powerful combination of blackseed oil and natural glucosamine, this supplement is a great 2 in 1 for your everyday health and wellness needs.

The seeds can be used in many versatile ways. Grind the black seeds and mix with honey to make a detoxifying facial scrub or mask. Take a pinch in the morning before starting your day to cleanse your throat and respiratory system. Replace your flax and chia seeds with whole black seeds for a stronger nutrient dense super food. The possibilities are endless!

Blackseed has been around for centuries from various eastern countries and has gradually made its way towards the West. It is known by many names such as: black cumin seed, nigella sativa, habba barakah (the blessed seed), black seed, black caraway, black sesame, black coriander, and blackseed.

From religious texts, to the “Father of Early Modern Medicine,” Ibn Sina, black seed has been prized for its fast and powerful effects in healing various ailments. We can even trace the use of blackseeds to the era of Ancient Egypt. Traces of blackseeds have been found in the tomb of King Tut and used as a beauty regimen for Cleopatra.

Countries in the Middle east and Southeast Asia have used blackseed in its solid and liquid oil form. It has become a customary herb that is found in almost every pantry for cooking and health needs.

Ethiopia 


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