Black Cumin Seed Oil Capsules


Cold-Pressed Nigella Sativa Oil

By Organika
Traditional oils for the win! The medicinal benefits of black cumin seed have been appreciated in Middle-Eastern and African cultures for centuries. Black cumin seed oil is a source of linoleic acid, a fatty acid studied for its balancing effects on the inflammatory response.

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Helps to combat seasonal allergies and hay fever symptoms.

Source of the fatty acid linoleic acid for:

  • The maintenance of good health
  • Balancing the inflammatory response



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Black Cumin Seed

60 Soft Gel, 120 Soft Gel


The medicinal benefits of black cumin seed have been appreciated in Middle-Eastern and African cultures for centuries. Sourced from Nigella sativa, Organika’s Black Cumin Seed Oil Softgel Capsules are processed through cold press extraction to produce a modern form of Ayurvedic Medicine that fights allergies and functions as a powerful digestive aid. Traditionally known to have a protective impact on the heart and digestive system, black cumin seed oil is known to improve digestive capacity and reduce the onset of dyspepsia, colic and other digestive issues.

Nigella sativa or black caraway, also known as black cumin, is a flowering plant native to India and West Asia. The seeds have been traditionally used as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. Black cumin seeds taste like a combination of onions, black pepper and oregano, with a pungent bitter taste and smell. By taking the extracted oil in capsule form, you can avoid this taste profile.

There are many constituents of black cumin seed oil that have extremely valuable uses for modern health issues. Two of these are the phytochemical thymoquinone, and the essential fatty acid linoleic acid. Thymoquinone, the major bioactive component of the essential oil, is a phytonutrient that is shown to be anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and contributes to the vast majority of the benefits listed above. Linoleic acid can be converted by the body into gamma-linoleic acid, contributing to the proper balance of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids. This contributes to the proper modulation of inflammation in the body, which, when out of balance, can be a factor in most immune responses and chronic diseases.



  • Black Cumin Seed Oil (Nigella sativa) 500 mg


  • Gelatin (Capsule)
  • Glycerin
  • Purified Water
  • Mixed Tocopherol Concentrate



Take 2 soft gel capsules three times per day with meals.

Use for a minimum of 2 weeks to see a beneficial effect. For use beyond 4 weeks, consult a healthcare practitioner.


Do not take if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to conceive. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have a serious immune disorder. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you have diabetes, hypertension or hypotension; and/or are taking hypoglycemic or antihypertensive agents. If symptoms persist or worsen, discontinue use and consult a healthcare practitioner.


Q: What is the difference between black cumin and black seed? How do I know what I’m getting? 
A: It’s important to look at the ingredient list and the source of the product to determine what is the product you are getting. Some common names are interchanged, and black cumin, black seed and black caraway can all be referring to the same thing. To ensure the specific benefit’s we’ve discussed here, you are looking for Nigella sativa, which is what Organika’s product is made from.

Q: Where is your Black Seed oil sourced from? 
A: Our black cumin seed is sourced from Egypt.

Q: How is your Black Seed oil extracted? 
A: We use cold-press extraction methods to ensure the nutrient profile remains dense.

Q: How many soft gels would equal a teaspoon of the oil? 
A: Two soft gel capsules is equal to about one teaspoon of black seed oil.

Q: Where can I find more linoleic acids in my diet, besides black cumin seeds? 
A: LA is found in many nuts, seeds like flax, hemp, poppy and sesame, and their oils. Add these to your diet regularly to eat the benefits of linoleic acids.


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