Lately, there has been an increasing wellness trend centered on black seed oil. Black seed oil is produced from a plant called Nigella sativa. It is a shrub widely found in Southern Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
This shrub produces small black seeds that can be pressed to make black seed oil. Black seed oil can be used in food and salads, just like olive oil, avocado oil, or sunflower oil.
Consumers looking for wellness have turned to black seed oil in the hopes of it helping them maintain healthy body weight and sugar levels as well as healthy skin.
However, there is still very little research around black seed oil. Additionally, as more people are taking it, some significant side effects are emerging, including nausea, constipation, vomiting, kidney problems, and skin allergies.
What Is Black Seed Oil?
People have been constantly looking for natural, botanical, and effective healing compounds for various conditions and illnesses. Black seed oil has now joined the many botanical products found in the market that promise to support your health.
Black seed oil has been known since Ancient Egypt. It was used as a natural compound for various conditions and many healers considered it a ‘panacea’ for many health issues.
Is Black Seed Oil Good for You?
There is not enough evidence showing the effectiveness or safety of black seed oil.
There is some evidence that black seed oil may be helpful in staving off asthma and breathing problems, as well as supporting efforts to lose weight. As such, it may be helpful for people with type 2 diabetes. Some people are taking it to manage their blood sugar levels while others are choosing black seed oil to support their blood pressure.
Preliminary studies suggest that black seed oil may also display anti-inflammatory properties that may be helpful with inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Finally, there has been an increasing trend toward using black seed oil for skin health and hydration.
However, concrete findings are still scant. More importantly, black seed oil can be a great addition to your food but when taken as a supplement, in increased dosage, may lead to adverse side effects such as nausea, bloating, constipation, stomach upset, and kidney and liver problems. Additionally, some people have developed skin allergies and rashes when applying black seed oil.
Due to these possible side effects, it is recommended that you check with your physician before experimenting with black seed oil.
Black Seed oil vs. CBD
People trying black seed oil often have similar health targets as those taking CBD.
They are looking to support their healthy bodies and minds and to keep at bay pain and inflammation.
People are also looking for healthy and moisturized skin and for plenty of antioxidants that help their body retain its youth and strength.
While black seed oil appears to have similar properties as Hemp and CBD, research into the benefits of Hemp is much more extensive. There have been clinical trials and ongoing studies examining the potential of Hemp—and CBD in particular—regarding inflammation, chronic pain, anxiety and depression, skin health, and sleep.
We also know that CBD interacts with the human endocannabinoid system (ECS). Our ECS is an extensive system that regulates the balance of our bodies and minds. Among other functions, our ECS controls our appetite, mood, temperature perception, memory, inflammation, pain perception, and even motor perception.
Our ECS works with two human endocannabinoids, one of which is very similar in structure and effect to CBD.
Research suggests that CBD manages to interact with our ECS to help it return our bodies to a balanced state when they get out of sync. There is already an FDA-approved CBD-based drug called Epidiolex that targets some rare but severe forms of child epilepsy.
With the 2018 Farm Bill, new horizons have opened up in the study of CBD and Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil in the United States. Universities and labs are focusing their attention on CBD’s potential as a helpful tool in the treatment of a number of conditions, particularly chronic and auto-immune ones.
Synchronicity Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Products
Our team at Synchronicity strongly believes that Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil has the potential to help people reach their health targets and improve their quality of life.
There are plenty of botanical supplements that may help our bodies and minds. However, Hemp stands apart from the rest due to its interaction with our endocannabinoid system. This makes Hemp a very promising natural supplement.
Black seed oil might be an interesting addition to your diet but its unpleasant possible side effects and the lack of research on its effects make it a less encouraging natural compound than Hemp.
We have dedicated ourselves to delivering the most potent and cleanest Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil in the market. We have set for ourselves such a high standard to help our customers feel safe and secure. We also want them to get the most out of CBD and all the cannabinoids found in Hemp.
Toward that goal, we test our Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil products repeatedly throughout our proprietary infusion process, LipidTrans™, both at our own labs and at a third-party testing lab. You can view the Certificates of Analysis online for any Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil products you bought by entering the product’s batch number.
As more research is done on the valuable potential of CBD, more people may want to support their health and assist their bodies with Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil. We strive to see our customers optimize their health goals and achieve the wellness they long for.
When you try our Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Products, you can rest assured that your body and skin are benefiting from the most wholesome and natural Hemp Oil products in the market. Check out our Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil shop for our complete Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil product selection. You can also try out our trial kit to test several of our products and decide which ones work best for you.
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