Black seed has become popular due to interest in its oil, which has long been a valued in Asia and the Middle East for its medicinal and cosmetic applications. The seeds contain fatty acids, as well as being rich in vitamins and nutrients, making them an attractive addition to health smoothies and nutrient-rich foods.
Black seed has traditionally been used to address a range of health concerns, including those arising from respiratory inflammation, such as asthma and bronchitis.* Its traditional use extends to joint and cardiovascular inflammation, as well as to facilitating a healthy menstrual cycle and healthy lactation.*