Buy now: Organic black cumin oil | 6 x 1000 ml
Black Cumin oil is an extracted oil from black seeds. The oil is produced by squeezing and compression of the said black seeds. The seeds are most commonly known as black cumin seeds. They are slightly curved, dark in color and rough in texture hence quite easy to identify. The taste of black cumin oil is similar to that of the Nigella sativa seed. It has slight spicy notes and a very strong aroma. It perfectly normal that some might find the taste slightly bitter. Color-wise the oil is similar to the color of amber, but when unfiltered it lingers more on the green side.
|Average nutritional values||per 100 g|
|Calorific value (in kj/kcal)||3700 / 900|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||16 g|
|thereof sugar||0 g|
|Dietary fiber||0 g|
|Organic control body & Organic origin||
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Shipping||Delivery time outside of Germany|
KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
|Storage Advice||Store in a cool and dry place, away from heat|
|Ingredients||100% black cumin seed oil* *from organic farming|
|Cross contamination||May contain traces of CEREALS CONTAINING GLUTEN, other TREE NUTS, SESAME and LUPIN.|
|Best before date||25.05.2023|
|Trade Name||Organic black cumin oil|
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Cheapest cold pressed organic black cumin oil available online
Ordered from the UK. The cheapest cold pressed organic black cumin oil available online. Arrived quickly. Isn't as dark in colour as would expect from Black seed oil and it doesn't taste as bitter/spicy as others I have had. Taste is very mellow, been taking a table spoon a day since I received it. Will be able to tell the benefits after regular use.
Smells and tastes good. Comes to me a little
Smells and tastes good. Seems to me a little thin (compared with other black cumin oils), but this is a purely subjective observation. Again, the note that a (hopefully positive) evaluation by eg Ökotest would certainly promote sales.
Mixed with olive oil a great change in the salad
Since I eat a lot of salad, it's nice to be able to add a little variety in terms of taste. I do this with alternating oils - but I only add a small amount of black cumin oil to the olive oil. Pure it would be too intense for me, but mixed it gives the salad a very fine touch of "that certain something". In addition, my dog regularly gets black cumin or hemp oil on his food ;-)
Great taste, now a permanent fixture in the kitchen
After I have read so much positive about the effect of black cumin oil I had to test it myself. After some searching I came to the fact that my favorite nut nut nut dealer KoRo has this product also in the offer and I ordered with the next order immediately. The taste was declared in advance as "getting used to", but I personally can not confirm that now. It tastes like oregano (I think) and I use it now often to season dishes. Pure I have also taken it (a teaspoon) that also went, but in the food it is just a little more pleasant than oil pure. I take it still too short to say something about the mode of action, but taste and quality are as usual top! By the way, I find the spout also very good, because you can actually dose well (which is not always the case)
Quality, taste, price, top!
Incredible value for money! This stylish and especially very large bottle has found its way into my bathroom :-) I use this oil for tooth and gum care and daily 1 tbsp as a "food supplement". The often very small bottles from the Apo or health food store have always been super fast Lehr.