Black Seed Oil & Cancer
In 1900 the amount of people suffering from cancer was 3%. That has now risen to 40%.
Imagine to be told that you have cancer and the terrible treatments needed to get rid of it.
So it makes sense to take the blessed seed oil to prevent you getting it in the first place.
By taking just 1 teaspoon of oil daily you are insuring against getting a devastating illness. At the same time you are giving your body the health and strength to resist against many many illnesses.
Many people use the blessed seed to make sure they do not get the cold.
While black seed oil does not claim to cure cancer (you should contact your GP immediately) it certainly greatly reduces the risk of contacting it.
Cancer is the fastest growing disease in the modern world
The number of world cancer cases will rise by nearly 75% in 2030 according to a recently published study in the British medical journal, The Lancet.
Cancer is likely be the “major cause of morbidity and mortality in the coming decades in every region of the world.” 90% of the increase in cases of cancer will be in developing countries.
Researchers under Freddie Bray of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in Lyon, France, found that there were 12.7 million new cases of cancer in 2008 and that this figure will rise to 22.2 million by 2030.
The reasons for the rise are demographic and lifestyle factors, smoking, depleted value in our foods, drug use, alcohol, air pollution.
Black seed has been treated as a serious herbal remedy for the treatment of cancer.
Extracts of the blessed seed have patents for:
1) Inhibition of Cancer cell growth (US 5,653,981) and
2) Improvement of the Immune System during the chemotherapy treatment (US 5,482,711).
Black seed has been traditionally used and is presently used in Sri lanka Hospitals for the treatment of cancer.
At the Amala Cancer Research Centre, Kerala, India in 1991 studies suggested that black seed has efficacy as a chemotherapeutic agent.
In other studies made it was found that the blessed seed diminishes toxic side effects caused by several other chemotherapeutic drugs such as cisplatin and doxorubicin.
In 1997 at the Cancer Research Laboratory of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA, it was proven that the blessed seed oil had enormous success in tumour therapy without the negative side effects of common chemo-therapy.
They found that it increased the growth rate of bone marrow cells by a staggering 250% and it inhibited tumour growth by 50%. It stimulated immune cells and raised the interferon production which protect cells from the cell destroying effect of viruses.
They confirmed the strongly anti-bacterial and anti-mycotic effects and that it has an effect in lowering the blood sugar level which is essential for the treatment of diabetes.
They concluded that a healthy immune system will detect and destroy cancer cells before the cancer endangers the patient.
They concluded that black cumin seed oil is an ideal candidate for use in cancer prevention and cure and that it has remarkable promises for clinical use.
In 2003 at the Jackson State University, USA, Dr,s who were interested how black seed had been used for such a long time for the treatment of so many acute ailments decided to study the blessed seed’s effectiveness in cancer prevention.
They exposed breast cancer cells to the blessed seed extracts. The breast cancer cells were inactivated whereby they concluded that the blessed seed had promising results in the field of prevention and treatment of cancer.
Cancer of the Colon
Also in the same year Dr,s at the Osaka City University Medical School in Japan, tested the Nigella Sativa seed for cancer of the colon where there studies displayed that black seed inhibited the growth of cancer in the post-initiation stage.
In 2004, an investigation took place on thymoquinone extracted from black seed at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. It was to see if it triggers apoptotic cell death in human colorectal cancer cells. They concluded that thymoquinone has the potential for the treatment of colon cancer.
Anti Tumour Effects
In 1991 at the Amala Research Center in Amala Nagar, Kerala (India) studies confirmed the use of black seed oil as an anti tumour agent.
A second common type of cancer cells, Dalton’s lymphoma ascites (DLA) cells were also used. Mice which had received the EAC cells and the blessed seed remained normal without any tumour formation, illustrating that the active principle was 100% effective in preventing EAC tumour development.