Baraka Black Seed Oil
Black Seed and its oil has been used over the centuries and has a history of over 2500 years. The miraculous healing abilities has made black seed a prime attraction of scientists around the world and modern science. Black seed oil is a remedy for diabetes and cancer. Black seed oil is commonly used for general good health, for healthy hair, skin protection, toothache, earache, backache, cough and asthma, inflammation of nose, throat, tonsils, and in the control of diabetes and cholesterol.
Baraka Oil (Black Seed Oil) 100% w/w
Baraka Black Seed Oil is approved by the Formulary Committee for Ayurvedic Medicine, Department of Ayurveda, Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Sri Lanka under Approval No. 02/01/PE/06/094
Store below 25° C. Keep container tightly closed. See pack for expiry date.
Recommended method of use & dosage for some illnesses:
For Cough & Asthma:
Apply Baraka Oil to the chest and back. Mix a teaspoon of Baraka Oil in boiling water and Inhale the vapour twice a day. Take a teaspoon of Baraka Oil daily in the morning.
Inflammation of nose and throat and tonsillitis:
Put few drops of oil into a cup of boiling water and inhale the vapour. Take a teaspoon of Baraka Oil mixed with lemon juice daily.
For Eye Infection, pain & weak sight:
Apply Baraka Oil around the eyes and on the eyelid. Take half teaspoon Baraka Oil mixed with carrot juice. For weak sight continue treatment.
For loss of Hair & Premature Greying:
Scrub the scalp thoroughly with lemon, leave it for 15 minutes, wash away with water and shampoo and dry well, thereafter apply Baraka Oil to the whole scalp, continue for few weeks.
For Backache and Rheumatic Pain:
Warm Baraka Oil slightly and apply to the area thoroughly as you are massaging the bone, not the skin and drink half a teaspoon of Baraka Oil for 15 days.
For Headache and Earache:
Apply Baraka Oil to the forehead, sides of face adjacent to the ears and behind the ears. Take half teaspoon of Baraka Oil, continue for about 3 days.
Mix half a teaspoon of Baraka Oil with warm water and gargle the mouth & apply Baraka Oil on the affected tooth.
During pregnancy Baraka Black Seed Oil should not be used without a Physician’s advice.
Side Effects / Adverse Reactions:
There are no known adverse effects. Black Seeds are used in our daily food & it is an ingredient in more than 70% of the Ayurvedic Preparations. If one feels Baraka is too heaty for their body or if the patient has a history of gastritis, they should use it less frequently.
Available in 50 ml , 100 ml & 500ml bottles
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