Rosehip oil: gentle pink doctor

June 16, 2011

 rosehip oil
 Laboratory rosehip oil obtained from the fruit of useful small seeds, not just medicine, it gently nourishes the skin, eliminating fine wrinkles, adds inner radiance. Due to the high content of vitamins and fatty acid oil is used in cosmetics and pharmacology after plastic surgery for fast healing and smoothing scars.

 Rosehip oil: gentle pink doctor

How to get rosehip oil

Rosehip oil is obtained by hot extraction with organic solvents from the crushed seeds of the fruit of plants of the family Pink. By the color of the oil bears little resemblance to the parent of a beautiful, delicate flowers fragrant spring and autumn generously donating valuable gifts. Rosehip oil is an oily liquid brown or orange with a green tint and very specific smell. The taste is bitter, difficult.

 Rosehip oil: gentle pink doctor

Useful properties of oil

Rosehip oil is valued for its high content of vitamins C, E and A, being a rich supplier of saturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids and carotenes. The product contains linoleic, oleic, linolenic, stearic, palmitic, behenic acid and myristic acid. The oil has anti-microbial, vitamins, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and tonic properties.

Rosehip oil may be applied in pure form, often used as an additive in admixture with other oils - hazelnut, immortelle, lavender The healing properties of lavender - not only pleasant aroma  The healing properties of lavender - not only pleasant aroma
 , Mandarin, jasmine Jasmine aromatherapy Royal fragrance mood, health, beauty  Jasmine aromatherapy Royal fragrance mood, health, beauty
   and neroli.

 Rosehip oil: gentle pink doctor

Oil in Pharmacology

Rosehip seed oil is commonly used as a medicament for the healing of cracks, abrasions, wounds, since it possesses potent regenerating properties. Because of the oil consists of polyunsaturated fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins, it is an excellent preventive tool for vascular injury and atherosclerosis.

Oil protects against sunburn and frostbite winter, enough to lubricate the face and hands before going out. Eczema, psoriasis, peeling skin, bedsores, dermatosis different etymology rosehip oil is indispensable: it gently and carefully heals wounds, nourishing them from within. This oily product restores damaged skin, prevents scarring them.

Fatty oil normalizes the permeability of cell membranes, exerting a positive influence in chronic diseases of the lungs, kidneys, quickly heals wounds and promotes reparative processes in serious fractures. Pretty rare oil is used in food, mainly used in the form of lotions and rubbing, as part of an enema for ulcerative colitis. In open wounds with oil applying lotion is not recommended, it is better to carry out the treatment after the wound will be tightened. The use of oil can cause an allergic reaction, it is contraindicated if you are hypersensitive.

 Rosehip oil: gentle pink doctor

Rosehip oil in cosmetics

Rosehip oil is used in preparations for skin care, body, hair. With regular use, it is able to smooth out wrinkles, reduce scars, stretch marks make less noticeable and eliminate scars on the face and body. Especially recommended for the skin around the eyes and mouth. Useful for flaky, dry and chapped skin, irritated and inflamed by the sun.

The use of oil slows down the aging process by eliminating the effects of his age - the crow's feet around the eyes, sagging skin. Regenerative properties of the product contribute to the elasticity of the skin and improve complexion. After the course, the use of rosehip oil skin from the inside shines like a young and healthy.

When the scars and stretch marks oil massage is recommended twice a day, with the first results may come in a month, full course consists of three - six months of daily treatments. As a preventive measure two or three drops of oil is applied to cleansed skin before bedtime Dreams: how to understand our dreams  Dreams: how to understand our dreams
 By rubbing them on the cosmetic lines.

Contraindicated for use rosehip seed oil for people who have oily skin with acne Acne: facial trouble  Acne: facial trouble
 Since the product stimulates the formation of new pimples and blackheads.

Jeanne Pyatirikova

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Treatment black caraway seeds - from the ancient world to the present day

April 26, 2014

 treatment of black cumin
 In the world there are about thirty species of cumin. Treatment of black cumin seeds and oil can solve a number of problems and get rid of some diseases of children and adults.


Black cumin seeds

Black seed - is one of the most powerful natural medicines available to mankind. As the name implies, it is the seeds of black, thin, crescent-shaped. Black cumin - a plant native to Egypt. It is also widely used in India and the Middle East.

Although these tiny seeds by size, contain about one hundred chemical compounds (including vitamins, proteins, fatty acids, carbohydrates, minerals, etc.), and some of them are still unknown.

In Islam, it is believed that black seed possess the ability to heal all kinds of diseases except death. In the Bible, they are also referred to as a medicinal black seeds. They are used in a variety of medicinal purposes since ancient times.

The seeds of black cumin seeds cumin different from tminovogo (botanical name - Cuminum cyminum), even though they look the same, apparently differing only in color.


Common and botanical names of black cumin

The botanical name of black cumin seeds - Nigella sativa, this plant belongs to the family umbrella. In Tamil (South Asian people), it is called "QARUNGE rigam." Other common names - black cumin, black seed, Kalonji, flower, fennel, cumin klubnekashtanovy, Nigella sowing. In England, the black seed is called "Love in the mist", and in the Middle East - "habbat Al Baraka" which means "blessed seed".

The essential oil obtained from the seeds of black cumin, black cumin oil is called. It is also sometimes called the seed oil of black or black oil.


The main use for medicinal purposes

  • Gastrointestinal disease

The seeds of black cumin have the ability to treat gastric disease. Most people use it after heavy festivities. Black cumin seeds help in such disorders as constipation, flatulence Flatulence - when too much gas  Flatulence - when too much gas
 And facilitate the process of digestion. Furthermore, they have anthelminthic properties.

  • Pancreas cancer Diabetes and pancreas - the things you need to know  Diabetes and pancreas - the things you need to know

As a result, studies have found that the oil from the seeds of black cumin successfully treat pancreatic cancer. Black cumin is considered to be a magic bullet for treating this type of cancer hardest. We must remember that these seeds are effective in the early stages of the disease.

  • The immune system

The seeds of black cumin have the ability to enhance the immune system, strengthening the body's defenses. They stimulate the production of bone marrow cells and promote the development of the immune system. Black cumin helps to restore power with fatigue, and stimulate the production of new energy in the body. Take black seed is recommended for people who have problems with the immune system.

Some doctors used cumin seeds combined with garlic Garlic health: almost a panacea  Garlic health: almost a panacea
 . This is believed to restore harmony in the body, and prevents the destruction of the immune cells.

  • Skin diseases

Oil from the seeds of black cumin in ancient times used to treat skin diseases such as psoriasis, acne, allergic reactions, burns, rashes, redness, and so on.

  • Diseases of the respiratory organs

The seeds of black cumin have the ability to treat respiratory diseases. They are useful for colds, asthma, bronchitis.

  • Strengthening lactation

Black cumin seeds tend to enhance the production of breast milk in nursing mothers.

  • Cough and asthma

To get immediate relief from the common cold infections, it is necessary to chew a few seeds of black cumin. It is also possible to use hot beverages prepared from these seeds. You can also take a powder of black seed mixed with honey.

Spread the heated oil from the seeds of black cumin chest and back. You can also do inhalations: throw in boiling water a spoonful of black cumin seeds and inhale the steam.

  • Cosmetic

Black cumin seeds tend to strengthen hair and nails, as well as give them a shine. Since ancient times used this means beauty. Some take the black cumin oil capsules for several months. Perhaps topical application of oil, particularly in hair and nails.

  • Headache

Oil the black seed head and nostrils. You can get a great relief from migraines and severe headaches.

  • Toothache

Mix black cumin oil with warm water. Rinse your mouth with this mixture. Toothache quickly leave.

  • General well-being

Black cumin seeds can be used for general well-being, and to strengthen the resistance and protective properties of the organism. Grind the seeds into a fine powder. Mix them with honey, take half an hour before breakfast.


Additional use

  • Spice

Black cumin seeds are used as a spice in cuisines of different nations of the world. They have a slightly bitter taste, which makes it possible to use them as a substitute for pepper.

  • Energy charge

First thing in the morning, mix the oil from the seeds of black cumin with any juice, and drink. It provides an excellent supply of energy to the body.

  • Nutrients

Black cumin seeds contain more than 100 chemical compounds. They can be taken as a source of vitamins for the organism.

  • For hair growth

After the bath, you can mix a small amount of black caraway seed oil with olive oil and apply on the hair, or the area where there are bald. This will promote hair growth.

  • Moth repellents

Black cumin oil can be sprinkled woolen products to protect them from moths.

  • Egyptian preservative

It is believed that black cumin oil is used in Egypt as one of the ingredients for the storage of mummies.


Safety measures

  • Black cumin seeds should not be consumed raw. They need to be subjected to heat treatment, and then eat. By heating the seeds, try them to make sure that they have got a mild taste.
  • Do not consume more than 25 grams of seeds.
  • Use undiluted black caraway seed oil can cause skin irritation. To avoid this, you can dilute the oil with vinegar.
  • Pregnant women are not recommended to use this oil. If the black seed consumed in large quantities, it can cause miscarriage Miscarriage - can you protect yourself from it?  Miscarriage - can you protect yourself from it?