Depending on the results you’re looking for, there are two ways to use Perfect Press® Black Cumin Oil: Drink it and/or Rub it on your skin or into your hair
Suggested Use: 1 teaspoon, twice daily.
Drinking Perfect Press® Black Cumin Oil has a whole range of benefits. Rubbing the oil on your skin or into your hair has a moisturizing and nourishing effect. (Be aware that if you do use it in your hair, you will need to shampoo it out).
Black cumin seeds contain high levels of phytosterols. Phytosterols are plant fats that resemble animal fat cholesterol. When ingested, phytosterols limit how much cholesterol is absorbed by the body.
Black cumin has also been proven to balance blood sugar levels. It does this by increasing how sensitive cells are to both insulin and glucose, thus ensuring that your body responds well to them.
Anyone who is diabetic is aware that low insulin levels create cravings for carbs and sweets and high insulin levels can cause nausea, extreme thirst and fatigue.
In addition to phytosterols, black cumin also contains CLA — conjugated linoleic acid. This fatty acid seems to speed up fat burning and appears to lower the melting point of fat.
Black cumin is especially effective because it combines phytosterols with CLA in one natural food source. Studies have shown that combining these things is effective for lowering body weight, even in extreme cases.
Simply by consuming black cumin regularly, you can balance your blood sugar, control your cravings and watch excess weight fall off. Please make sure that you consult with your physician if you are diabetic before starting a regimen that includes black cumin.
We source only the highest grade, certified organic black cumin seeds from Egypt or India, depending on which has a higher quality and more abundant supply at the moment.
Black Cumin does have a very strong taste. Many people take a straight spoonful but others mix it into a little water. Some find that if they mix it with honey, the 2 flavors compliment each other quite nicely. You can also add to dips or salad dressings.
Black cumin seeds are packed full of vital nutrients. There are over 100 chemical compounds in black cumin seeds (some of which are yet to be identified). The main active compound in black cumin seed oil is crystalline nigellone. Other nutrients in this seed oil also include:
• beta sitosterol
• myristic acid
• palmitic acid
• stearic acid
• palmitoleic acid
• oleic acid
• linoleic acid
• arachidonic acid
• vitamins B1, B2 and B3
• folic acid
All of these essential nutrients make this seed oil an all-natural multi-vitamin.