In the Mediterranean countries and the Near East, black seed has been considered medicinal plant and the oil is said to be a “miracle cure” for thousands of years.
They say it has been handed down from the Prophet Mohammed: “Black cumin heals every disease, except death.” His statements has made a large contribution to Islamic nations.
Modern medical researchers are trying to get to the bottom of the ancient Assyrians and Egyptians advanced skills in the art of healing. The earliest use can be traced back more than 3,000 years to the kingdom of the Assyrians.
A bottle of Black Seed Oil was found in Tutankhamen’s tomb chamber
Black cumin is written in the Assyrian herbal book as “treatment for skin problems such as itching, rashes, sores, and first aid for snake bites or scorpion stings
Bronze complexion of the ancient Egyptian ladies such as Queen Nofretete, who was praised for her beauty almost 1400 years ago, is contributed to black cumin.