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Therapy with Albarakha Oil (Black Cumin Oil)

Child with eczema

I have been testing Albarakha oil, by oral administration, over the last six years in patients with autoimmune diseases. Black Cumin Oil has proven particularly successful as accompanying treatment of eczema. During this period, I established that in about two-thirds of the patients a noticeable improvement was achieved in the clinical picture, up to the point of patients being without symptoms altogether. Egyptian Black Cumin Oil frequently benefits eczema. This is clearly visible by the reduced amount of dry and irritated skin areas.

Providing intake is consistent, the first signs indicating that the therapy is successful can usually be clearly seen after 6 - 8 weeks in children and
after 9 - 12 weeks in adults, depending on the specific clinical picture.
Albarakha oil should be taken for a period of at least 3 to 4 months without interruption.
(Against fungal infections at least 6 - 8 months).

In adults with about 60 - 65 kg of body weight a daily dose of 2 ml liquid Albarakha oil or 4 capsules of Black Cumin Oil has proven successful. Heavier persons may take a proportionately higher dose. Half of the daily dose should be taken in the morning and half in the evening.

Children are given either 0.5 ml in the morning and 0.5 ml in the evening or 1 capsule in the morning and 1 in the evening. Toddlers are given 0.3 to 0.5 ml liquid oil once a day.

During the first two weeks, persons with skin diseases should take only half the dose.

There are very great quality differences in Albarakha oil.

The seeds of the therapeutically effective Egyptian Albarakha plant contain more than 100 different ingredients and the oil extracted from it contains active ingredients that harmonise the immune system.

If taken in the proper dosage, Albarakha oil has a therapeutic effect in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.

In most cases, taking 2 x 1 ml a day will be sufficient.

Under the name "Black Cumin Oil" both black cumin fragrance oils and black cumin cooking oils are sold.

These mostly very reasonably priced oils do not always contain oil of pressed seeds that have the therapeutic active ingredients in sufficient quantities.

You would have to take far more than 2 ml a day to get a medical benefit from such oils.

The best Albarakha seed available with high concentrations of therapeutic agents is predominantly harvested in Southern Egypt, then dried and, by using the simplest of equipment, slowly pressed. This prevents any metal-related oxidation from occurring.

Due to its harmonising effect on the immune system, Albarakha oil has proved particularly successful as a preventive measure against influenzal infections. You should start taking the liquid oil (it tastes slightly nutty and oily) twice a day at the beginning of autumn and continue throughout the cold season. Members of a very well-known ice hockey team take this daily"protective measure" to prevent common colds on the advice of their trainer.

The below-mentioned autoimmune diseases belong to the atopic disorders and in many cases there is cross reactivity. This means that, for example, some of the patients affected by eczema also have a disposition to develop asthma, allergies or hay fever.

Eczema does not represent a "skin disease", but a nutrition-related metabolic disease. Help, and a therapy without side-effects, against eczema are indeed possible. The accompanying eczema therapy with Black Cumin Oil has no side-effects.

Eczema therapy for children and adolescents: Children, in particular, respond quickly to the administration of Black Cumin Oil.

The disease is usually latent in the patients' body (disposition). The triggers for the sudden appearance are manifold: Mental problems, stress, mental instability, poor nutrition, an unbalanced immune system, deficient lipid metabolism of the liver ... Asthmatics suffer from a narrowing of the bronchial tubes.

Triggers may be infections (bacterial asthma), or allergens (allergic asthma). A large number of patients affected by asthma are allergic too and may additionally suffer from fungal infections of the intestine (Candida albicans). The supporting asthma therapy with Albarakha Black Cumin Oil over a long period of time has proven very successful.

Allergic persons suffer from inappropriate and excessive reactions to an allergen. More specifically, the histamine contained in the mast cells is released into the blood, causing unpleasant reactions.

Immunodeficiency: An unbalanced immune system is linked to a weakened immune system. This also raises the susceptibility to influenzal infections, viral infections of the skin and mucous membranes with the herpes virus. The body's defences against bacteria like streptococci or staph are weakened.

Sources and further information about the Egyptian Black Cumin Oil (black seed oil) can also be found on the Internet under:  Albarakha Black Cumin Oil

Dossier on Albarakha Black Cumin Oil

 The effectiveness of Albarakha Black Cumin Oil is also explained in the dossier by O.Univ.Prof. Dr. Werner Pfannhauser (Technical University Graz, Austria). 

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