It helps to thicken hair, inhibit loss, nourish bulbs, accelerate growth and improve the condition of our hair.
The properties of black cumin allow its use in different forms. Black cumin can be applied externally, for example, to hair, it can also be, as a spice, some use it instead of pepper.
7. Tymochion in oil
Black cumin oil has an extremely rich composition, which has a beneficial effect on health. One of the most important compounds is tymoquinone,which has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. In the black cumin oil there is:
- omega-6 linoleic acid (60%),
- omega-9 oleic acid (25%)
- omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (1%)
- plant sterols,
- vitamin A,
- vitamin E,
- vitamin F,
- vitamin B1,
- vitamin PP,
- vitamin B6,
- Ca calcium,
Black cumin oil is also ideal for cosmetics. Black cumin oil has an intense care effect. It protects the skin and stimulates it for renewal, making it visibly smoother, firmer and has a nicer tone.
Smearing the skin with black cumin oil will provide good protection against harmful sun rays. Black cumin oil will also relieve irritated skin as a result of too much exposure to the sun.
In addition, black cumin oil accelerates wound healing and treatment of skin diseases such as acne, impetigo and dandruff.
Black cumin oil should also be used by people with dry and sensitive skin, as it restores natural hydration. It will work equally well in mature skin due to delaying the aging process of the skin. Applied to oily skin will reduce the secretion of sebum.
Black cumin oil can also be found in shampoos, soaps or shower gel.
Its action is not as intense as applying oil directly to the skin. Black cumin oil can also be used for aromatherapy. It will help you calm down, relieve stress and make it easier to fall asleep.