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Recent studies have affirmed that black cumin seed oil, or nigella sativa, can undermine the activity of cancer cells and is an effective treatment for various cancers. However, even with years of black cumin oil research, scientists are yet to make any advances in human clinical test. As such, blacks seed oil doesn’t get considerable recognition from modern medicine.

Black seed oil has been utilized as cancer treatment for centuries
Two independent studies in 2011 – Chinese and Saudi Arabian – discovered that black cumin seed oil has been used for hundreds of years as a traditional remedy for cancer, and confirmed its anti-cancer properties. Likewise, the oil and its extract are efficient in the treatment of numerous diseases, including cardiovascular complications, various types of cancer, kidney disease, asthma, and diabetes.
Black Cumin Seed and Honey Work Hand in Hand
In a study to evaluate the effect of black cumin seed oil and honey on oxidative stress and cancer, rats were exposed to a strong carcinogen. One group was given honey or black seeds, and only one out of the four groups involved was fed both ingredients.
After 6 months, it was found that the rats that consumed only black cumin seeds had 80% protection from oxidative stress and cancer formation. The group that was given honey and black cumin seeds hard 100% protection from oxidative stress, cancer formations, as well as inflammatory responses.
Black seeds oil is excellent for radiation treatment
A 2014 Turkish study learnt that patients on radiation treatment experience grave side effects during and after the treatment. The study examined the effects of black seed oil on irradiated rats. One group of rats was given 1 gram of black seed oil and hour before radiation, and received a 10 gram dose in the next 10 days. The second group was given saline solution, and the last group was not irradiated.
Upon analyzing the data, it showed that the oil minimizes the oxidative stress markers and has powerful antioxidant effects. This enhances the antioxidant capacity in rats’ liver tissues. Hence, administering black cumin seed oil before and after radiation safeguarded the rats from harmful radiation effects.
Black Seeds Undermine  Uncontrolled Cell Growth and Destroy Liver Cancer Cells
An Indian study conducted in 2013 sought to examine the effects of thymoquinone in rats. One group of rats was given 0.01% thymoquinone water to drink. The other group was given plain water. After 4 months, the injury markers, tumor markers, and liver cancer nodules were measured. The group that took water with thymoquinone showed substantial decrease in the size of tumor markers. Likewise, they never developed new cancer nodules. This is a confirmation that thymoquinone is  beneficial  in the treatment of liver cancer. It’s also has a strong ability to avert proliferation of cancer cells.
Black seeds oil kills lung cells
Saudi Arabian researches undertook a study to examine the anti-cancer effect of  the oil and black seed extract on  human lung cancer cells. The cancer cells were exposed to 1 mg/ml of the extract and 0.01 mg/ml of the oil . The cells’ viability were evaluated afterwards and the results showed that both the oil and the extract substantially minimized the populations of the living cancer cells and altered their cellular morphology. In addition, the level of cell death rose with a higher concentration of the extract or oil. The cells lost their natural appearance and reduced in size as well.
Black Seed Components Destroy Malignant Brain Cancer Cells
According to scientists at the Ohio State University,  glioblastoma is the most aggressive and the most prevalent type of malignant brain tumor in human beings. They highlighted the need for additional therapies for treatment of this kind of brain tumor. Since natural phytochemicals have powerful tumor-destroying abilities, the study concentrated on  thymoquinone. Thymoquinone has selective cytotoxic effects for human cells, which means that it kills the cancerous cells and leaves the healthy ones untouched.
Black seeds inhibit breast cancer
In a 2013 Malaysian study, thymoquinone showed effectiveness in inhibiting the proliferation of cancer cells in long-term treatment. The length of the inhibition was influenced by the size of the dose – a larger dose translated to a greater inhibition.
Black Seeds Kill Leukemia Cells
The 2013 Malaysian study also examined the effects of  thymoquinone, including its induction of apoptosis, in an acute leukemia cell line. The outcome affirmed that thermoquinone has a potential to cure leukemia.
Black Seed Oil Inhibits and Destroys Colon Cancer Cells
Scientists from the University of Mississippi Medical Center conducted a study whose results showed that thymoquinone and green tea catechin have virtually the same effect as 5-FU, a chemotherapy drug. Hence, this provides us with a natural way of treatment and a good alternative for chemotherapy cases of colon cancer.
Black Seeds Beneficial for Helicobacter pylori Infection
In 2010, Saudi Arabian scientists discovered that many diseases are linked to H. Pylori, particularly peptic ulcer disease, gastric cancer, as well as chronic active gastritis. Using antimicrobial agents to treat the bacterium can result in regression of the diseases associated with H. Pylori. Nonetheless, the bacterium is rapidly raising the resistance to certain medications. Hence, it’s imperative to find new alternative treatments. The black cumin seed oil can effectively kill off H. Pylori. 
Clinical Trials with Human Cancer Patients
Researchers from the Michigan-based Wayne State University have stated that there is a growing need for more comprehensive studies about the effects of the black cumin seed oil. The findings of these studies will be critical for the advancement in the field. According to one researcher from Oman, thymoquinone has been tested extensively and substantial data from the study has been obtained, providing a better understanding of the potential of this extract. He believes that time has come to move thymoquinone to clinical trials.


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