Black Cumin Oil contains valuable phytochemicals and has a fatty acid composition of 50% linoleic acid, 20% oleic acid, and 8% eicosadienoic acid.
How to use it
Slowly add this oil to your favorite base cream or oil-based formula until the desired texture and moisture level is acheived.
Store in a cool, dark location.
Products with this ingredient:
UV Booster Oil
Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) Seed Oil
Aljabre, SHM; Randhawa, MA; Akhtar, N; Alakloby, OM; Alqurashi, AM; Aldossary, A (2005) Antidermatophyte activity of ether extract of Nigella sativa and its active principle, thymoquinone J Ethnopharmacology 101: 116- 119.
Woo, Chern Chiuh, Kumar, Alan Prem; Sethi, Gautam, Tan, Kwong Huat Benny (2012) Thymoquinone: Potential cure for inflammatory disorders and cancer. Biochemical Pharmacology, 83: 443-451
Losso Jack N.; Bawadi Hiba A.; Chintalapati Madhavi (2011) Inhibition of the formation of advanced glycation end products by thymoquinone Food Chemistry, 128: 55-61
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.
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