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The Middle Eastern Approach to Natural Medicine
November 7, 2006

To: Editor
Subject: Re: middle east
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2006

Your talking a lot about medicine and i thought that it would be very useful to you if you took a look at Islamic medicine. Ccupping for example. Black seed oil, olive oil, etc. I know you already have honey. all that natural good stuff. There's a lot of interesting info for you to discover (thumbs up)



From: Editor
To: fatima
Subject: Re: middle east
Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2006

Hi Fatima,

I don't have time to do that but if you have something that you know about that works, why don't you send me the info.

Tell me about black seed oil. What is that?

Regards, Ken


Subject: Re: middle east
From: fatima
Date: Tue, November 7, 2006 5:01 pm
To: Editor

The use of The Blessed Seed oil - Black Cumin seed oil is compatible with every other type of medical treatment. The only time that Black Cumin seed oil should not be taken is during pregnancy due to its possible dilation of the cervix.

This is a natural remedy and only for digestive complaints, minor skin problems and simple illnesses, e.g. colds, basic allergies etc’ will the effects of the oil be quickly felt. However, for acute symptoms the oil may be comparatively slow and should be taken over a long term so it can build the body back to repairing itself. It is the body, which is the healer, and the medicines are administered to help the body heal itself. E.g. When we have stitches for a cut, it is not the stitches that heal the wound, but they help the body to heal itself. Black seed oil finds the problems in the body and solves them giving the body the strength to defend and fight against disease, the oil should be taken to support severe problems from at least 3 months to even 6 months.

For those just beginning to take The Blessed Seed oil initially one should take 1 teaspoon 3 times daily for 2-3 weeks and thereafter _ a teaspoon 2-3 times daily. This dosage may be increased when illness falls upon us. As much as it is advisable to take it continually, it is also advisable to sometimes not take it for a couple of weeks so the body doesn’t take it for granted.

During food allergies the dosage should be taken cautiously so as not to cause over powerful reactions. Everyone’s susceptibility to the oil is different and one should be sensitive to what one feels is good for oneself and use the above as a general guideline.

The Blessed Seed can be used for the following ailments:

Weak Immune System (chronic reoccurring illness, aids)
Over reactive Immune System (allergies, rheumatism, M.S., leukaemia,hayfever and asthma)
Hormone System (P.M.S.)
Allergic Skin Diseases (inflammations, edemas, nettle rash, acne & eczema)
Digestive Problems
Cough, Colds & Flu
Intestinal Parasites (worms; amoeba)
Liver and Gall bladder complaints
Kidney and Bladder problems
Bladder inflammation
Rheumatic and Arthritic pain
Bruises and injuries
Weak concentration, mental exhaustion, lethargy, confusion
High Blood Pressure
Colics in babies

References: Sylvia Leutjoman; The Healing Power of Black Cumin
Dr Iqbal:Homeopathic Dr from South Africa

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