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20/Jun/2020

Thymoquinone is a compound that has steadily been attracting the attention of both the ordinary person and the scientific community. Thymoquinone (TQ) is the scientific name for the compound contained in the Nigella sativa plant. The plant itself was used by ancient healers in past civilizations for hundreds of years. There’s also evidence of the plant in the tomb of King Tut. Due to the plant’s past, research is now being conducted on the various chemicals contained in the plant and how they benefit our bodies.

In the traditional sense, N. Sativa was used to treat various diseases including fever, allergies, headache, cough, parasites, toothache, inflammations, diabetes, and dizziness, among others. The N. Sativa is native to South West Asia and has since been moved to Northern Africa and Europe, where it has been cultivated and naturalized. The same plant is equally known for its black cumin seeds or simply black seed which acts as both a spice and condiment.


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05/Jan/2020

Black Cumin Seed which originates from the Nigella Sativa plant is what makes up Black Seed Oil and It grows in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

The seeds of the Nigella Sativa plant are considered a remedy for many modern-day diseases including cancer. The seed is very good at being an all-around immune booster. There is both anecdotal evidence as well as thousands of studies that back these claims.

A recent study has discovered more information on the Black Seed’s neuropsychiatric benefits

The meta-study, Neuropsychiatric Effects of Nigella sativa (Black Seed), reviews in detail, studies from all over the world. These studies delve into the black cumin seed/oil and its positive impact on neurological and central nervous systems. Many of them mention the plant’s presence of thymoquinone which has been shown to be a huge player in the plant’s therapeutic effects.


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05/May/2019

For most people, melatonin may be the remedy to preventing another awful slumber. We realize that sleep is extremely crucial to keeping up the health of the body and warding off severe and chronic health issues. But what is melatonin? It’s actually a hormone that is in charge of establishing our sleep-wake cycle, so long as you have the proper melatonin dosage.

So… what is the proper dosage?

A study with MIT researchers,  Richard Wurtman, the Cecil H. Green Distinguished Professor and program director of the Clinical Research Center was published in late 2001 confirming the best dosage, and it’s not the standard dose you can pick up at Walgreens.


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10/Feb/2019

Benefits and Side effects

N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a supplement that helps supply the body with an essential antioxidant, Glutathione, to treat a wide array of health conditions. Predominantly, NAC is used to treat fertility issues, chronic respiratory problems, and brain issues and disorders. With the focus today being on the brain, here’s why NAC is the most effective solution to counter OCD, Depression and a series of other mental illnesses.


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07/Nov/2018

The more anti-inflammatory compounds – like omega-3 fatty acids, curcumin/black seed oil, garlic, ginger and magnesium you take in, the slower you’ll age. Spanish nutrition experts observed this after carrying out a study that indicates that a diet with a low dietary inflammatory index delays the decrease of telomere duration.

Study

The experts calculated the duration of the telomeres in the blood cells of 520 Spanish citizens aged 55-88. Telomeres can be found in your DNA and work like a sort of molecular clock. The lengthier they are, the healthier you’ll be and the longer you may still have to live. The quicker your telomeres decrease, the quicker your process of aging runs.


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