|NutriRise Black Seed Oil||Other Brands|
|Ingredients||Black Cumin Seed Oil||Black Cumin Seed Oil, Filler OIls,|
|Form||Easy to Swallow Capsules||Liquid|
|Supply||45 Days||30 Days|
|GMP Certified and FDA|
Inspected Manufacturing Facility
Our Black Seed Oil is third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures that it meets exacting specifications, and that it is safe! Also, our Black Seed Oil has a lot number, batch number, and expiration date printed on the bottom of the bottle for traceability and transparency. In fact, you can view a sample Certificate of Analysis below!
NutriRise Black Seed Oil contains all-natural Black Cumin Seed Oil (Nigella sativa). While other products may use filler oils, our product is free from unnecessary fillers, ensuring that you get only the most potent Black Seed Oil possible.
NutriRise Black Seed Oil contains 1,000mg of black seed oil in every dose. Each bottle contains 90 vegetarian capsules, providing a 45 day supply of our antioxidant-rich, immune-system supporting goodness!
No! NutriRise Black Seed Oil is completely non-GMO. Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, are plants or other living organisms whose genetic code is altered in a laboratory for some benefit to farmers or the consumer. In most instances, GMOs allow a crop to be sprayed with toxic chemical herbicides that kill surrounding weeds but enable the crop to survive, unaffected. The real problem with GMOs is that they aren’t found naturally, they are relatively new to the scene, and their long-term effects on our health are unknown because the real test for safety is time and GMOs don’t have the history that can assure our safety.
We utilize cold-pressing to extract our Black Seed Oil. Cold-pressing preserves the nutrients because it doesn’t use high heat methods which can damage the components.
Our Black Seed Oil is made in an FDA-Registered, GMP-Certified facility in the United States. And we take testing seriously. All of our products are tested four times throughout our supply chain. Once, when we receive raw ingredients, again during manufacturing, with further testing on finished products. Finally, products are third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures our products meet exacting specifications, and that they’re safe. All raw materials and finished products are tested in the United States.
The use of black seed oil dates back thousands of years. Historically, black seeds and their oil have been used for a wide range of conditions, including:
- Lowering blood pressure
- Cleansing the liver
- Promoting better digestion
- Pain reliever
- Appetite stimulant
- Menstrual disorders
- Skin disorders and wounds
Nigella sativa has such a wide range of uses that it has a unique nickname in Arabic, "Habbatul barakah," which means, "The seed of blessing." The herb has so many different potent properties that it is considered by many to be one of the highest-ranked herbal medicines with the evidence to back it up!
We recommend taking 2 capsules, once a day. You can take them together, or you could take one in the morning and one at night. Whichever method you use, we recommend taking it with a meal for best absorption and digestibility. The most important thing is to use it consistently and remember that Black Seed Oil works best when taken daily.
No! You receive the same benefits taking our capsules as you would if you drank liquid oil. On the upside, our capsules offer a convenient, easy-to-swallow alternative to taking shots of liquid Black Seed Oil. With no taste and no texture issues, our capsules are the perfect choice to avoid the flavor if liquid oil just isn’t for you! Also, if you travel, our capsules are very handy to take on-the-go without worrying about spills or messes.
Black Seed Oil is generally well tolerated in normal doses. The most common side effects include digestive upsets like bloating, nausea, and diarrhea. Black Seed Oil has been used for centuries by many cultures and is generally considered safe for healthy people.
Black Seed Oil may interact with some medications. If you currently take the blood thinner Coumadin, or beta-blockers like metoprolol, be sure to talk with your doctor first. Also, anyone with a history of kidney or liver problems should consult with a knowledgeable practitioner before beginning Black Seed Oil supplementation. Finally, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should talk to their doctor before using this supplement. Like many supplements, there are no safety studies for pregnancy and nursing to determine safety.
It’s totally your choice. Some people may experience increased energy with Black Seed Oil. If you find that is the case for you, it’s best to take it in the morning so it doesn’t interfere with your sleep. You can also split the dose if you would like and take half in the morning and half in the evening.
Yes! Even though our product is packaged in capsules, you can easily puncture them with a needle for topical application. Black Seed Oil is incredibly helpful for joint discomfort, dry skin, and to reduce inflammation all over the body. If you decide to use the capsules topically, you will find that the oil absorbs rather quickly and does not leave an oily residue for hours afterward. Just apply a small amount and massage until absorbed to experience the incredible effects of Black Seed Oil anywhere on your body.
A research study published in 2018 investigated this very question! In this study, researchers tested Black Seed Oil (Nigella sativa). Researchers found that Black Seed Oil helped to relax blood vessels and did indeed offer improvements in the males ability to achieve an erection. In some countries, Black Seed Oil is considered an aphrodisiac, but researchers in this study were hesitant to give it that label. Further research is needed to determine the effectiveness of the oil on erectile dysfunction patients, but for now, it is very promising news for those who suffer from the condition.
According to research studies, yes! Black seed oil is shown to help increase hair density and thickness in individuals with a scalp disorder known as Telogen effluvium. Please note that it won’t help hair growth overnight. Most research studies are conducted for a minimum of 3 months. If you take Black Seed Oil for improvements in your hair, give it at least 12 weeks of consistent usage to begin seeing results.
Improving immune health is very important, especially with the Covid-19 pandemic that hit the world in 2020. Thymoquinone, the primary chemical in black seed oil, effectively reduces the amount of pro-inflammatory cytokines in the body. Researchers believe that it may also work to increase the number of disease-fighting white blood cells produced in the body. Human and animal studies show positive results in black seed oil's ability to help regulate the immune system.
Yes! We live in a chronically tired society. Lack of sleep, improper diet, long work hours, and high stress zap our energy levels. Research studies show that black seed oil increases energy levels in the body by increasing blood pH and increasing the amount of glucose in our tissues, providing the fuel needed to keep us going strong. Black seed oil also helps combat fatigue during strenuous workouts by lowering lactic acid levels in the body.
Yes! A variety of different clinical research trials show that black seed oil has powerful analgesic effects on the body, helping to reduce and manage pain for individuals with disorders such as osteoarthritis, cyclic mastalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis. Unlike prescription pain medications, such as opioids, black seed oil shows no known side effects and no risk of dependency. Black seed oil’s ability to help manage and relieve pain stems from its incredible ability to decrease inflammation by decreasing oxidative stress, reducing nitric oxide production, and inhibiting the release of cytokines.
The cardiovascular benefits of Black Seed Oil are some of the most famous benefits of this incredible oil. It comes as no surprise that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in America. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high triglycerides, when combined with a sedentary lifestyle and diet lacking in nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, is a recipe for disaster. Black seed oil, which is rich in thymoquinone, proved in several clinical trials to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
The mechanism of action by which Black Seed Oil aids in the reduction of cholesterol is as follows:
- Nigella sativa contains polyunsaturated fats which improve the body's ability to metabolize cholesterol
- Phytosterols and flavonoids help reduce the amount of cholesterol created by the liver
- Thymoquinone's antioxidant properties help decrease insulin resistance and help maintain normal lipid levels in the blood.
- Helps to rid the body of excess cholesterol in the bile, so it is excreted in bowel movements
- Helps to regulate the creation of cholesterol by stimulating the enzyme HMG-COA reductase.
Current research suggests that it may help! Researchers believe that Black Seed Oil aids in lower blood pressure by:
- Stimulating the body to release appropriate amounts of nitric oxide, which works as a vasodilator in proper amounts, but prevents the over secretion of nitric oxide which can lead to inflammation.
- Works as a calcium channel blocker.
- Flavonoids in Nigella sativa inhibit angiotensin-converting enzymes (ACE). ACE inhibitors are a popular classification of blood pressure-lowering medications, and Nigella sativa works similarly, helping the arteries and veins to relax, thus lowering the blood pressure.
Black Seed Oil isn’t known for its laxative effects. That said, if you take excessive doses of this supplement, you may find that it gives you diarrhea and even nausea. We recommend taking no more than two capsules per day to receive the optimal benefits, but to avoid any stomach irritation.