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Namaseed Black Seed Oil Has Many Uses

Written by Leigh Neely

I received a sample black seed oil from Namaseed to try. First, I was amazed at how many uses it has and how it can help with so many problems and conditions. Second, I was also amazed because you can take orally, use it topically, or use it on your hair.

The black seeds are indigenous to the Mediterranean region and come from the seeds of the common fennel flower plant, which is part of the buttercup family. The oil created at Namaseed comes from seeds harvested in India and prepared with a cold-pressing method. According to nutritionists, this assures the oil has the highest nutrition, purity, and quality.

The taste is not my favorite as I’m not a big fan of the peppery flavor. However, you can put it in yogurt or milk to help the taste, and you will see benefits. It not only supports immune health, it helps the body in numerous ways.

For your skin, black seed oil is good for eczema and psoriasis and is soothing for allergic reactions. It is said the oil also helps remove scars and prevent scars from wounds forming. It improves hair health by stopping split ends, scalp problems like dandruff, psoriasis or eczema and may improve growth and softening.

I have digestive problems, and I found it did help with that. It’s an interesting product that has too many uses to list here. Check the website at and get all the information on Namaseed Black Seed Oil. The website also offers a variety of recipes to enhance your meals.

About the author

Leigh Neely

Leigh Neely began her writing career with a weekly newspaper in the Florida panhandle, where she not only did the writing but delivered the papers to the post office and dispensers. She has been writing ever since for a variety of newspapers and magazines from New Jersey to Leesburg. With her writing partner, Jan Powell, Leigh has published two novels as Neely Powell.

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