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Hair Textures: Fine
Hairstyle Age Under for: 18 – 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 55
Hair Height: Short and Long
Hair Weight: Average
Hair Style Time: 15 minutes
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BLACK SEED OIL
Of all documented cases of herbal usage black seed oil probably can claim the longest history. Scientifically known as Nigella Sativa its usage dates back to the Assyrian Empire. Its popularity was further enhanced when the prophet Muhammad proclaimed “black seed has healing for all illnesses except death.” Still today in the Middle East it is known as the “seed of blessing.”
To amplify on what makes this plant so popular we must first look at the various compounds it contains. The oil itself is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, eight amino acids, carotenoids, monosaccharides, polysaccharides, sterols, plus 100 other substances some unique only to black seed. Even though considerable U.S. research has been conducted on black seed in the past ten years it still perplexes many researchers. The mystery lies in whether the plant accomplishes its healing mechanisms through the various herbal combinations working in unison or whether particular ingredients are triggering them.
Scientists refer to black seed oil as an immunomodulator because it has the ability to enhance an under active immune system or “quiet” and overactive one. Many recent studies have shown black seed capable of increasing T-Helper cells, stimulating bone marrow cells, escalating interferon production, energizing antibody producing B-cells, and even attacking tumors directly. Add to that the fact it is used to treat psoriasis, arthritis, diabetes, and allergies and you have a very potent drug.
In relation to hair loss the oil has been used for years in the Middle East as a hair loss antagonist and stimulant for growing hair. Since the oil is rich in polysaccharides, essential fatty acids, vasodilators, and naturally occurring DHT inhibitors, as we’ve mentioned, it certainly wouldn’t hurt hair growth. The most interesting fact about black seed oil is that some leading hair experts claim hair loss is directly related to over-activity of the immune system. Since black seed is a quoted immune modulator it may externally reverse some of the cell activity directly related to hair loss.