Deep Roots at Home explains “Black seed oil (from black cumin seeds) was used by Queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra in their beauty regimes; the seed was discovered in the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun,” and “The earliest written reference to cumin seed is made in the Book of Isaiah.”
“In ancient Greece, renowned physicians like Dioscorides, Galen and Hippocrates used this seed as a natural remedy for strengthening the body of patients suffering with general malaise and weakness,” continues former nurse Jacqueline.
Black cumin has even been described as a “miracle herb,” and its name in old Latin, “Panacea,” means “cure all.”
Now research published (June 2021) in the journal Vascular Pharmacology finds nigella sativa — also known as black seed or black cumin seed — “strongly binds” to ACE2 receptors in the lungs, and stops Covid causing inflammation and vascular damage.
The researchers found it “strongly binds” to the spike protein at what is known as the ‘hinge region’ of the docking site, which hampers its binding to ACE2 receptor surfaces.
In other words, it stops the Covid spike protein, the largest of the 4 major structural proteins found in coronaviruses.
Science-Based Medicine explains:
The spike protein is what gives the coronavirus family of viruses their name. The spikes jut out from the surface of the spherical virus, giving it a crown-like halo, hence “corona”. We have also known for a long time that the spike protein is the business end of these viruses, it is what gives the virus its ability to target, latch onto, and enter the cells that it infects. Mutations in the spike protein are also what determine different variants of SARS-CoV-2, and can alter its ability to infect and cause harm.
In stopping the spike protein, the study explains that black seed can “restrict vasoturbulence” in patients, while the receptor blocking helps to stop resulting inflammation and vascular impairment, especially helpful to the elderly and co-morbid.
In a related study published (May 2020) in the journal Europe PMC, researchers learned that nigellidine in the seeds possesses properties that inhibit cytokine storms, which is when affected immune systems over-respond and cause more damage, or even death, after contracting Covid or other disease.
Nigellidine is an indazole alkaloid found in the seed coat of the black seed which is highly bioavailable.
🔆 The Positive Takeaway
We wrote previously about how simple treatments like heartburn medicine, antiviral medicine and nasal sprays are being shown effective against Covid-19, making the vaccine rollout argument moot.
We also explained that as it now goes public how nonsense the vaccines and other mandates to tackle Covid-19 have been, other preventative measures with no none safety issues at all will also go public.
The studies on black cumin seeds to treat Covid-19 further support this.
We are soon to witness a massive positive new shift in awareness as the value of good oral hygiene, eating well, getting out in nature, and the effectiveness of natural medicines like black cumin seeds are no longer ridiculed, but taken seriously by the general public and in the mainstream.
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