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healing power of black cumin

a handbook on Oriental black cumin oils, their healing components, and special recipes

by Sylvia Luetjohann

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Published by Lotus Light Pub. in Twin Lakes, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Black cumin -- Therapeutic use.

  • About the Edition

    Includes recipes using black cumin (Nigella sativa, Nigella damascena, Nigella arvensis) for health care.

    Edition Notes

    StatementSylvia Luetjohann ; translated by Christine M. Grimm.
    SeriesShangri-La, Shangri-La (Twin Lakes, Wis.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM666.B57 L84 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL711318M
    ISBN 100914955535
    LC Control Number97076440

      Black seed oil has shown promise in treating some of the most common health conditions, including high blood pressure and asthma. It also shows strong antifungal activity against Candida albicans. Yet, if black cumin is subjected to a thorough analysis and serious research is made, who knows, it can turn out to be a cure for many diseases. In the Hadith-i sharif, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) emphasizes two points: First: The healing aspect of the black cumin. The second: The black cumin not being a remedy for death.

    The aforementioned review says of black cumin, “Due to its miraculous power of healing, N. sativa has got the place among the top ranked evidence based herbal medicines”. That hardly sounds like a sober scientific review, rather more of a point of cultural pride. Black Cumin or Latin name “Nigella Sativa” is a plant which has acquired tremendous worldwide fame thanks to Islamic tradition. Narrated Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him): I heard Allah’s Apostle saying: “There is healing in Black Cumin for all diseases except death.” (Sahih Bukhari ).

    Metaphysical healing properties: Although tourmaline is black as night, it can be used to ward off negative energies, raise your vibration, and usher you into the light. Black absorbs light, as this stone acts as a sponge for harmful or dark energies.   Welcome to the healing power of black seed oil. Black cumin seed has been revered as a medicinal herb for nearly years for a wide range of healing capabilities.


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Healing power of black cumin by Sylvia Luetjohann Download PDF EPUB FB2

NCBI notwithstanding, black seed oil, as described in The Healing Power of Black Cumin, is well tolerated by dogs. It has been studied in rats and showed activity against allergy, asthma, tumors, and other inflammation, if given in amounts appropriate to the weight of the animal.

An overdose was harmful, as with many other medicinal substances/5(14). The Medicine of the Prophet. A Handbook on Oriental Black Cumin Oils, their healing components and special recipes.

The book provides special attention to the use of this healing substance for treating allergies, enhancing the immune system and other time-tested uses for health and beauty/5. NCBI notwithstanding, black seed oil, as described in The Healing Power of Black Cumin, is well tolerated by dogs.

It has been studied in rats and showed activity against allergy, asthma, tumors, and other inflammation, if given in amounts appropriate to the weight of the animal/5. The Medicine of the Prophet. A Handbook on Oriental Black Cumin Oils, their healing components and special recipes.

The book provides special attention to the use of this healing substance for treating allergies, enhancing the immune system and other time-tested uses for health and beauty.

The majority of the English-speaking world is missing out on this powerful medicine. Black cumin, from the plant Nigella sativa, is just starting to make the rounds in the Western world, but this potent healer has been well-known and respected as an all-around remedy in African and Islamic countries for millennia.

Black Cumin/Nigella Sativa. Nigella sativa is native to southeast Asia, and it Author: Maria Pollari. Buy The Healing Power of Black Cumin (Shangri-La) by Leutjohann, Sylvia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: black cumin or Nigella sativa. Isaiah compares the reaping of black cumin with wheat. “For the black healing power of black cumin book is not threshed with threshing a sledge, nor is a cart wheel rolled over the cumin, but the black cumin is beaten out with a stick, and the cumin with a rod.”(Isaiah27 NKJV).

Black cumin seed oil — sometimes called black seed oil — boosts the immune system, promotes balanced blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and wards off harmful organisms. The book of Isaiah in the Bible mentions cumin (caraway) seed, and reportedly, the Prophet Mohammed said, "Hold on to the use of the black seed for indeed it has a remedy.

The seeds, known as black seeds, black cumin, or “Habatul-Barakah” in Arabic, have long been prescribed in Greco-Arab and Islamic medicine as well as in Indian and Chinese traditional medicine (Chapter 10) for prevention and treatment of a wide range of diseases, including bronchial asthma, headache, dysentery, infections, obesity, back.

Books on Black Seed: Healing Power of Black Cumin by Sylvia Luetjohann (Lotus Light ) and Black Cumin: The Magical Egyptian Herb for Allergies, Asthma, Skin Conditions and Immune Disorders by Dr. Saleh (Egypt) and P.

Schleicher (Germany). (Inner Traditions, ). The seeds of Nigella sativa (family: Ranunculaceae), commonly known as Black Seed, Black Cumin, or “Habbatul Barakah”, have long been used in folk medicine in the Arabian Gulf region, Far East Asia, and Prophet Mohammad had described the healing powers of the Black Seeds against a variety of diseases.

According to common Islamic and Arabic belief, Habbatul Barakah is a remedy. Benefits of Black Cumin. Dermatological Uses of Black Seeds Black seed oil is an excellent source of vitamin E thus can be applied externally on the skin for treating skin diseases like dry skin, burn marks, rashes, wrinkles, pimples, psoriasis, boils, eczema, acne and black spots.

Cumin seeds are naturally rich in iron ().One teaspoon of ground cumin contains mg of iron, or % of the RDI for adults ().Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies. Although cumin is used in the West, and black cumin is well known, black cumin seeds are very different from the cumin we know.

Black Seed is also found in the Bible in the Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament.: “For the Black Cumin is beaten out with a stick and the Cumin with a Rod.” (Isaiah 25, 27 NKJV) What are its therapeutic.

English, Book, Illustrated edition: The healing power of black cumin: a handbook on Oriental black cumin oils, their healing components, and special recipes / Sylvia Luetjohann ; translated by Christine M. Grimm. Luetjohann, Sylvia. The foundation of the Book is Divine Love. We also carry several books on medicinal aromatherapy including The Practice of Aromatherapy by Dr.

Jean Valnet ($), The Healing Power of Essential Oils, by Rudolphe Balz ($), and a wonderful little book on Black Cumin, by two physicians, one Egyptian and one German ($).

Wisdom of the Earth is called to offer pure, powerful, single (ingredient) essences. We do not offer blends. Our approach is to teach our clients to layer individual, non-diluted essences on the skin, allowing them to work in synergy with the body’s own intelligence.

3. Traditional Uses of Nigella sativa in Folk Remedies. Nigella sativa has been widely used as a spice and flavoring agent in variety of food preparations such as in bread, yogurt, pickles, sauces, and salads.

Black seed or black cumin (English), Habbatul Barakah (Arabic), Tikur azmud (Amharic), has long been used in traditional remedy in the Arabian countries, Far East Asia, Europe.

Take grams of black cumin seeds well mashed, add grams of crushed male incense, 50 grams of black cumin oil, 50 grams of arugula oil 50 grams of olive oil, grams of honey bee pure. Mix together and use a spoon with every meal. The. Black cumin is regarded by many as a panacea and may therefore not be taken seriously by some, but for those inclined to dismiss folklore, it should be noted that these humble seeds have been found superior to almost every other natural remedy when used for autoimmune disorders, conditions in which patients suffer greatly because their own.

Protection, Sleep. Agrimony is best known for its sleep-inducing qualities, therefore it is excellent in dream pillows, especially mixed with mugwort. Enhances magickal healing. A wash or oil increases effectiveness of all forms of ritual healing, psychic healing, or distance healing.• The first book to fully explore the extraordinary effectiveness of black cumin against immune-system disorders, allergies, asthma, and skin problems.

• Written by the world's foremost experts on black cumin. • Includes precise directions for preparation and specific recipes for treating a variety of ailments/5(23). To use this on moles you do not use the black cumin oil, but rather the black cumin seeds.

These you blend (in a high power blender) with water to make a paste. This you apply to moles to help them dry out and shrink. The most successful way to keep the black cumin seed paste in contact with the skin is to cover it lightly.