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Black Oregano 30ml

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$35.95
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Why is this oregano black? Enerex Black Oregano is a potent blend of pure Black Seed Oil (60%) and our wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil (40%). Black Seed Oil is a powerful immune-booster used by the world’s first physicians, but, like Oregano Oil, is also well-researched by modern medical science. It boasts six patents for everything from diabetes and asthma to cancer treatment. This duo is nature’s medicine cabinet!

Need an immune booster that packs a real punch? 

As director of defense, your immune system flies into action whenever an invader approaches, supervising all lines to first protect you – so that illnesses can’t take hold – and then if they do, it rallies the troupess to heal. But when the flu season brings nasty bouts of fever and respiratory ailments, or a bacterial infection causes lingering pain, your “defense management” may need help from an ally.

Enerex Black Oregano offers intense natural immune support by blending Black Seed Oil (60%) and Oregano Oil (40%) with booster vitamins A and D. Like Oregano Oil, Black Seed is a powerful immune enhancer, antioxidant, antibacterial and antiviral oil. Black Seed’s unique ingredients (crystalline nigellone and thymoquinone) function differently than wild Mediterranean Oregano Oil’s (carvacol and thymol), but they work synergistically together.

They provide a one-two punch to knock out invading viruses, bacteria, and destructive renegade molecules.

Who should take this formula?

Consider taking this super-potent blend… when you’re dodging coworkers’ viruses as often as heavy workload demands; when the kids continually bring more than just homework home from school; when reaching your athletic goals means pushing your body beyond its comfort level to perform; or when you’re resolved to be proactive about remedying chronic inflammation without a prescription.

Look to the past for proof that it works.

Black Seed, properly called Black Cumin Seed (Nigella sativa), is new to mainstream natural health, but it certainly isn’t new to medicine. Black Seeds were found in King Tutankhamen’s tomb — physicians prescribed them to Egyptian pharaohs after extravagant feasts to calm upset stomachs. They were used by Queen Nefertiti as a health and beauty aid. They were considered valuable for digestive disorders by Hippocrates, and have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries for hepatitis, fever, diarrhea and cough.

This rich history is shared by Enerex Black Oregano’s sister component, Oil of Oregano, which was used for a variety of medicinal purposes as far back as Babylonia, 3000 BC. While Black Seed was called “a remedy for every illness except death” by Prophet Muhammad in Arabia, Oregano was labelled "delight of the mountains" by the ancient Greeks who considered it to be the premier medicinal plant. (See More on Oil of Oregano)  

Did you know?

  • Black Seeds are used as a seasoning spice in Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Indian cooking, and have a nutty flavour.
  • Black Seed is not botanically related to the spice cumin. 
  • Black Seed (Nigella sativa) is a part of the buttercup plant family.
  • Black Seed is commonly sold as “Black Cumin Seed”, “blackseed” or “black caraway,” but for therapeutic value, only Nigella sativa has benefits.
  • Nigella sativa (Black Seed) has no known negative side effects.  

Black Seed Scientific Research

Since 1959, Black Seed has been researched in over 200 clinical studies worldwide. Six patents have been granted for Black Cumin Seed for:

  • inhibiting cancer cell growth
  • asthma/allergy therapy
  • decreasing viral infections
  • increasing immune function
  • diabetes reduction
  • psoriasis relief

Cancer Treatment

Dozens of recent cancer studies in highly respected publications including International Journal of Immunopharmacology (2005), Oxford’s Digestive Disease Sciences (2009), and the Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2011) state that Black Seed supports functions of the immune system’s macrophage cells and helper T-cells in cancer patients.

Example: Research conducted at the Cancer Research Laboratory in South Carolina showed that Black Seed Oil fought cancerous tumors without negative side effects associated with chemotherapy. It increased the growth rate of bone marrow cells by 250%, inhibited tumor growth by 50%, stimulated immune cells, and raised interferon production (which protects cells from the destructive effect of viruses). Black Seed is especially effective for cancers with growth that depends on angiogenesis (the process involving the growth of new blood vessels).

Immune Function

Several peer reviewed studies show that Black Seed Oil helps to relieve respiratory illnesses such as viral infections, colds and influenza.

Example 1: As an antiviral, recent research done at the National Research Centre, Egypt, found that Black Seed has antiviral activity against viruses including throat infection (inhibition rate of 80%) and antioxidant effects. Researchers concluded it was effective for both viral diseases and oxidative stress (meaning it’s an antioxidant).

Example 2: A Japanese study in mice (at Kyushu University, Fukuoka) found that the antiviral effect and immune boosting activity of NK cells (our “natural killer” disease fighters) resulting from Black Seed showed striking effects against liver infection. This is important especially since the infection is a common complication of AIDS. Black Seed does not negatively impact autoimmune disorders like other herbs such as Echinacea, so it can be used effectively by those who suffer from conditions including MS, rheumatoid arthritis and AIDS.

Type 2 Diabetes

Black Seed helps to balance blood sugar levels, and has been shown to be effective to deal with type 2 diabetes in several international studies.

Example 1: A 2010 study at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia, showed improved glycemic control in type 2 diabetic patients tested with Black Seed and diabetes medicine. On 94 patients, the authors concluded, “Results indicate that a dose of 2 grams/day of Nigella sativa (Black Seed) might be a beneficial adjuvant to oral hypoglycemic agents in type 2 diabetic patients."

Example 2: A 2011 study at the University of Montreal showed that Black Seed’s anti-diabetic effect appeared to be due to its ability to improve insulin sensitivity.

Asthma/Allergies

Black Seed’s powerful anti-inflammatory compounds reduce symptoms of asthma and allergies (which are inflammatory conditions).

Example: German researchers conducted four studies on Black Seed Oil and asthma, hay fever and eczema involving 152 patients. They found that it reduced the severity of all three ailments’ symptoms. Reported in the journal, Phytotherapy Research, “Black Seed Oil proved to be an effective adjuvant [addition] to treat allergic diseases.”

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