Dr. Weeks’ Comment: For two thousand years, the power of black cumin seed was known only to a few people. Now with RAIN having introduced whole ground up black cumin seed in combination with black raspberry seed and Chardonnay grape seed, even the National Institute of Health is excited about it and, of course, they call it a new drug… but before they make you pay exhorbinant feed for a patented knock-off version of the natural product, you can get the seeds in a delicious drink sweetened with Ribose and Xylitol here!
Thanks to Theresa for sending this great news!
Thymoquinone: an emerging natural drug with a wide range of medical applications.
Based on the vast testimonials we have had with those feeling the benefits of the Black Cumin Seed in SOUL, it is nice to see a published article mirroring the Black Cumin Seed (Nigella Sativa) and its oil (Thymoquinone) as proven to be hepatoprotective (prevents damage to liver), anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer. See the full article below.
They are now calling the Black Seed an emerging drug and making it pharmaceutical ready for clinical trials.
Why wait for the “drug” version when what we have in SOUL is Black Cumin Seed that is organic, non-GMO, cold-pressed oils vacuum packed and in its most potent form of NATURAL food, the way Mother Nature provided.
Give your body what it needs, and it has the ability to heal itself!
Read the link for a full report:
Nigella sativa has attracted healers in ancient civilizations and researchers in recent times. Traditionally, it has been used in different forms to treat many diseases including asthma, hypertension, diabetes, inflammation, cough, bronchitis, headache, eczema, fever, dizziness and influenza. Experimentally, it has been demonstrated that N. sativa extracts and the main constituent of their volatile oil, thymoquinone, possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective properties. In this review we aimed at summarizing the most recent investigations related to a few and most important effects of thymoquinone. It is concluded that thymoquinone has evidently proved its activity as hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cytotoxic and anti-cancer chemical, with specific mechanisms of action, which provide support to consider this compound as an emerging drug. Further research is required to make thymoquinone a pharmaceutical preparation ready for clinical trials.
In conclusion, it is evident that thymoquinone, the predominant constituent of N. sativa volatile oil has a wide spectrum of favorable effects. In our review we concentrated on four properties of TQ: hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-cancer effects, which are supported by evidence-based research elaborating the molecular mechanisms. These beneficial effects of thymoquinone support the use of this natural compound as a drug with a wide range of medical applications. Further clinical research is required to confirm its benefits and efficacy as pharmaceutical preparation.
Here’s to making a difference one SOUL at a time!