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The genus Nigella is thought to have originated in parts of the eastern Mediterranean, northeastern Africa, and southwestern Asian regions. Most of the global commercial supply of N. Sativa seed is obtained from cultivation in Egypt, Turkey, India, and other countries around the world.


Nigella sativa - Black seed oil & seeds are stable in the Egyptian and middle eastern cultures, it is used in food, folk medicine, topical applications, soaps, and a lot of skin care products.

The common name and genus name Nigella is derived from the Latin niger, meaning “black.” The term nigellus is a derivative that means “blackish” or “dark.” The species name sativa, meaning “cultivate.



Nigella sativa has been used for centuries for the treatment of many skin conditions, for the dermatological disorders, and in cosmeceutical formulations :

1-Help with Skin inflammation and skin pigmentation effect.[1]

2-Help Reduce pain associated with knee osteoarthritis[2]

3- Help reduce atopic dermatitis.[3]




Botanical Name : Nigella sativa L. 

Family: Ranunculaceae

Country of Origin: Ethiopia - Egypt 

Extraction Method: Cold Pressed

Plant Part Used: seeds

Aroma: spicy, earthy, herbal, medicinal 

Color: Dark Amber 

Shelf Life: 4 – 5 Years



  • Massage oil blends 
  • Salves 
  • Lipbalms
  • Scrubs
  • Lotions
  • Creams 
  • Soaps



[2] Chawla, Ruchi, and Amit Chauhan. "Transdermal delivery of Nigella sativa oil for topical application in 1-chloro-2, 4-dinitrobenzene-induced atopic dermatitis in rats." Journal of PharmaSciTech 6 (2016): 51-59.