BEWIT BLACK CUMIN OIL BIO
BLACK CUMIN OIL
Nigella Sativa Seed Oil
RAW, cold-pressed, black cumin oil, which thanks to this gentle processing method retains the maximum amount of beneficial substances. It is produced with love and care in our production facility.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
We check the exact composition and quality of essential oils at a unique level in our laboratory in Ostrava. For more information on the methods by which we discover the secrets of these unique gifts of nature, se you could find out here .
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Produced with Love
The product has been developed and produced in an atmosphere of love, harmony and with intent of giving benefit to all who use it.
The components of this product are processed up to a temperature of 42 °C so that we protect the enzymes and maximise its nutritional value. Scientific research has shown that when processing these ingredients at higher temperatures it will damage some enzymes and micronutrients or completely destroy them.
This product is suitable for vegans. At no stage during development, testing or production of this item were animal or dairy products used.
Blackberry as one of the strongest plants in the world
Black cumin, also known as black cumin, is a herb with a long history. Recipes or the actual effects related to this "heavenly herb " can be found in the ancient writings of Chinese and Tibetan medicine. By Ayurvedic physicians, black cohosh is even considered one of the most powerful plants in the world.
Black Gold of the Pharaohs
The dark oil extracted from the seeds of this plant was especially valued in ancient Egypt for its beneficial effects. It was an indispensable part of beauty rituals for Cleopatra and Hippocrates himself praised its therapeutic properties. Black cumin oil was thus a literal luxury item, earning it the name Black Gold of the Pharaohs.
Origin and cultivation
Fine black seeds are the raw material for oil production
The black-eyed Susan is an annual herb native to Southeast Asia, where it still thrives today. It grows up to 60 cm tall and blooms showy yellow, pink or light blue flowers. The fruits of the blackberry are large swollen capsules containing tiny black seeds. These are the raw material for the production of black cumin oil.
Composition and properties
It is an edible, single-species oil of a thicker consistency, containing mainly unsaturated fatty acids. Thanks to its substances, the oil has a darker colour and a more pronounced aroma, which is its uniqueness.
Cold pressing preserves the maximum amount of beneficial substances in the oil###
We adjust the oil pressing process so that the temperature of the pressed oil is close to 42°C** during production. This prevents the loss of heat-labile substances and unnecessary deterioration of the resulting oil. The oil is therefore a RAW, cold-pressed oil.
Oil is produced in our production plant
We produce black cumin oil with care and love in our production plant in Ostrava.
Instructions for use
Spicy and slightly spicy taste, which can be used to flavour salads
Black cumin seed oil is typical for its spicy and slightly spicy taste. It is reminiscent of the spice of the same name. It can be used to flavour various types of salads, vegetable or meat dishes. Pro zachování všech obsažených látek však doporučujeme podávat tento olej jen se studenými, případně vychladlými pokrmy.
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