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Black cumin seeds have a particularly long and strong history use in Egypt.   Black cumin seeds were found in the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, who ruled Egypt from 1333 BC to 1324 BC. The son of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Tut's tomb is the most complete Egyptian tomb ever discovered.

   When archaeologists found and examined the tomb of Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamen (King Tut), they found a bottle of black cumin oil (Nigella sativa;  Zohary and Hopf, 2001) not to be mistaken with common cumin seed (Cuminum cyminum). It is a spice that grows in the Mediterranean region and in Western Asian countries including India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

   It has been suggested that the black cumin was needed in the afterlife. The Egyptians supposedly put the seeds in his tomb so that he may have excellent health in the afterlife.

   It is, therefore, no wonder that they were thought to be worthy accompaniments in the ‘From Life here to Eternity’ by the pharaoh as described earlier.


   One of the earliest references to the black cumin is seen in the Old Testament book of Isaiah, in the Holy Bible. Isaiah 28: 25-27 (NKJV) reads as follows:

   “When he has leveled its surface, does he not sow the black cumin and scatter the cumin, plant the wheat in rows, the barley in the appointed place, and the spelt in its place?”

“For He instructs him in right judgment, his God teaches him.”

   “For the black cumin is not threshed with a threshing sledge, nor is a cartwheel rolled over the cumin; but the black cumin is beaten out with a stick, And the cumin with a rod.

   Ancient Greek records refer to Black Cumin as ‘Melanthion." The great physician Dioskorides used it to treat and cure a variety of illnesses including intestinal parasites, toothaches, headaches, respiratory congestion and amenorrhea. He also used it as a diuretic and to promote milk production.

   Hippocrates (460 BC – 370 BC) used Black Cumin for the treatment of liver and digestive disorders.

   The Cannon of Medicine by Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 980 – 1037), considered by many as the greatest book in the history of ancient medicine refers to black cumin seed as “that which stimulates the body’s energy and helps recover from fatigue or dispiritedness.” The Unani Tibb system of medicine also mentions Black Cumin Seed as an important remedy for a large number of aliments.


   (NaturalNews) Much to the dismay of many pharmaceutical giants and doctors who reap big rebate checks from recommending chemotherapy treatments, Nigella sativa has been proven over and over again to successfully treat cancer without the use of conventional treatments. Nigella sativa has been shown to be effective against numerous cancers, such as pancreatic, colon, prostate, breast and even brain cancers. Indeed, Nigella sativa is cancer's worst nightmare and a ray of hope for people who may have died otherwise.

   Statistics show that the success rates of people using chemotherapy over a five year period is only 2.1 percent. Nigella sativa on the other hand was proven to annihilate pancreatic tumor cells at the rate of 80 percent. Chemotherapy has many side effects and one of the side effects is the possibility of secondary cancers. Secondary cancers are very aggressive and may occur from tumor reseeding.

   Nigella sativa not only rebuilds the immune system and destroys cancer cells; it reinforces the good cells to fight the cancer. Needless to say, it is imperative to treat the cancer patient immediately or in the early stages if possible. Along with taking the oil, a cancer diet must be followed. Sugar, processed foods and white flours only feed the cancer and make the cancer fight much more difficult.

Cancer studies and Nigella sativa

   Presently, there are 462 published studies on the efficacy of Nigella sativa. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=nigella%20sativa). There have been multiple studies on the effect of Nigella sativa and its anti-tumor capabilities. In 1997, at the Cancer Research Facility at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, Nigella sativa was proven to have enormous capabilities in tumor cell death.

1). Pancreatic cancer: A study was done at Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson and the researchers found that by adding Nigella sativa, 80 percent of pancreatic cancer cells were destroyed. Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in America with a four percent survival rate after five years using conventional treatments. (http://www.kcc.tju.edu/news/2008-05-23_Arafat.html)

2). Colon cancer: In 2010, a research project was conducted in Tanta, Egypt on the use of Nigella sativa against colon cancer in rats. Nigella sativa greatly reduced the size of the tumors and also reduced the tumors in the lungs and alimentary canals. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3436209/)

3). Breast cancer: In 2003, researchers from Jackson State University in the U.S. tested Nigella sativa on breast cancer cells. Ending results showed promising advances in the treatment of breast cancer. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12724920)

   There are many success stories using Nigella sativa against cancer and how each protocol worked for that individual, such as the boy who took nine capsules a day of the black cumin oil (Nigella sativa) for brain cancer.

   The Nigella sativa cancer protocol is quite simple and very effective. Take three teaspoons of the oil a day mixed with half a teaspoon of raw honey or freshly squeezed juice. Take the first dosage half an hour before breakfast, the second one in the afternoon and the third dosage before going to bed.

   An alternative dosage protocol is to use ground, heated seeds once a day and the oil twice a day. Simply mix the ground seeds with raw honey and eat as you would any sweet treat.

   Black cumin seeds have a particularly long and strong history use in Egypt.   Black cumin seeds were found in the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, who ruled Egypt from 1333 BC to 1324 BC. The son of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Tut's tomb is the most complete Egyptian tomb ever discovered.

   When archaeologists found and examined the tomb of Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamen (King Tut), they found a bottle of black cumin oil (Nigella sativa;  Zohary and Hopf, 2001) not to be mistaken with common cumin seed (Cuminum cyminum). It is a spice that grows in the Mediterranean region and in Western Asian countries including India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

   It has been suggested that the black cumin was needed in the afterlife. The Egyptians supposedly put the seeds in his tomb so that he may have excellent health in the afterlife.

   It is, therefore, no wonder that they were thought to be worthy accompaniments in the ‘From Life here to Eternity’ by the pharaoh as described earlier.

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