This Ancient Remedy “Cures All Diseases” HIV, AIDS, Diabetes, Cancer, Stroke, STDs, Arthritis & More …
In Islam there are plants, herbs and fruits that are believed to contain healing and medicinal properties.
Pomegranate, olive, figs and dates are of those that are mentioned in the Qur’an as blessed foods. There is only one superfood and that is Black cumin or ‘Habbat ul Sawda’ as its known in Arabic. According to hadith, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is believed to have said: “In the black seed is healing for every disease except death.” (Sahih Bukhari)
The black seed plant (Nigella Sativa) is indigenous to the Mediterranean region. It has been utilized for medicinal purposes by non-Muslims and Muslims for many centuries. The earliest reference to black cumin is in the book of Isaiah, within the Old Testament, where Isaiah speaks of harvesting the black seed.
In the Bible it was mentioned as the ‘black seed’ and was widely used by Asian herbalists and the romans in culinary purposes. It was not until the rise of Islam when the importance of Black cumin came to play.
A CURE FOR ALL THINGS
In the Arab-Islamic culture, the black seed was prescribed for many ailments including astham, chronic headaches, fever, digestion, diabetes, infections, back pain and rheumatism. Since the rise of its popularity in the 7th century, the black seed has remained as so in todays modern Muslim world.
This black seed has 100 components with an abundant source of proteins, fatty acids, vitamins, carbohydrates and minerals.
Black cumin seeds are also called Nigella sativa seeds. These seeds have anti-diabetic and anti-cancer properties. They can be used to regulate the immune system, Continue reading