Nigella is a highly sought-after plant for its spicy seeds with extraordinary virtues. The oil, rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, prevents the oxidation of cells, protecting them from stress and pollution.
Nigella Sativa oil is extracted by cold pressing and is known for its properties:
- emollients and moisturizers,
- normalizing the activity of the sebaceous glands,
- regenerating (facilitates healing).
PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR USE
- Rheumatism and joint pain: heat a little Nigella oil to massage the painful area, pressing gently in all directions.
- Dry, cracked and inflamed skin: apply a few drops on the affected area, massage until absorbed.
- Disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis: a Nigella oil bath is recommended. Add 1 teaspoon of Nigella oil to the bath water.
- Sunburn: rinse the affected area with cold water, let it dry and then apply a generous amount of oil. Repeat the application several times a day.
- Acne: washing the face with warm water to dilate the pores; proceed with a deep cleansing with Colloidal Silver Ionic, soaking a cotton pad used to dab the whole face; finally apply Nigella oil all over the face and let it dry.
- Dry, brittle hair with split ends: apply the oil over the entire length of the hair, up to the ends and massage the scalp. Leave on for 30 minutes, then proceed with washing.
- Nails that are fragile or subject to frequent treatments with nail polish and acetone: it is advisable to wash your hands thoroughly with hot water to soften the nail, and then apply a few drops of oil. Allow to absorb completely .