Nigella to get pregnant
Nigella, its scientific name Nigella Sativa, also called Habba Sawda or black cumin, is a spice with multiple health benefits.
Women use it, among other things, to ease and promote pregnancy, and this since the dawn of time.
Find out why and how black seed makes it easier to get pregnant. This way to buy quality black seed to make the remedies in this article.
It is a use that we find in Ayurvedic medicine, in the traditional medicine of the Middle East and in the Maghreb, to treat many ailments, as to naturally treat cancers, and therefore to promote the arrival of a baby.
Prescribed in natural medicine for couples who have difficulty conceiving, it is a natural method and excellent for general health. Because yes, black seed helps fight against male and female sterility.
Habba Sawada seeds are rich in minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and trace elements that stimulate the body and boost fertility, especially in women because they facilitate the cell division of the egg.
It helps strengthen the functioning and action of the gonads, that is to say, the testes in men and the ovaries in women.
Thus, it facilitates the expulsion of a normal and good quality oocyte, ready to be fertilized in the woman, and stimulates the sperm, and improves their quality in the man.
The black seed oil has been shown to facilitate, and above all, regulate irregular menstrual cycles in women. This makes it easier for women to determine when they are ovulating, and therefore when it is best to have sex to fertilize the egg.
The nutritional composition of black cumin as well as all of its health benefits means that the effects of black cumin are beneficial for general well-being, and therefore beneficial in creating optimal conditions to welcome a baby.
Nigella can be consumed in the form of seeds, oil, or capsules. It is advisable to take black seed from the first day of your period until the approximate date of your ovulation, which is approximately for about 2 weeks, as some believe that the black seed can cause miscarriages.
The important thing is, for men and women, to consume black seed, whether in seeds, oil, or capsules. It is better to consume the seeds than after you have powdered them, to increase their effectiveness and therefore your chances of conceiving.
So consume a teaspoon of seeds or black seed oil in the morning and evening, plain or by mixing it with another ingredient to facilitate its intake: honey, tea, infusion, etc.
I have read before that the effect of black seed is considerable on getting pregnant when paired with royal jelly and date palm pollen, but this is just for your information.
You can also associate them with your everyday cooking, I remind you that it is a spice. To go a little further, see our article on how to lose weight with black seed.
For capsules, consult your pharmacist and the instructions for use provided in the package for the dosage.
• 100 g of honey
• 50 g black seed
• 35 g fenugreek seeds
Mix the honey with the black seed powder and fenugreek.
Eat 1 teaspoon of the mixture in the morning on an empty stomach, and in the evening before going to bed.
Stick to taking the first day of your period until ovulation for this remedy. Why? Because fenugreek is certainly a stimulant of sex hormones but is strongly discouraged for pregnant women, because it stimulates contractions and can cause a miscarriage, so we do not take any risk from ovulation.
This effect has been highlighted by science unlike black seed, which is why it is essential to respect this period for this remedy.
This recipe is to be consumed by both women and men.
• 1 teaspoon of black cumin seeds
• 1 teaspoon of chamomile
• 33 cl of water (1 cup)
Put the seeds of black seed and chamomile to infuse between 5 and 10 minutes.
Drink 2 cups a day, ideally in the morning on an empty stomach and the evening before going to bed.
• 200 g black seed
• 1 tablespoon of black seed oil
• 50 g arugula oil
• 50 g olive oil
• bee honey
Mix all the ingredients.
Consume 1 teaspoon after each meal.
There is a bunch of natural remedies out there, and they all point in the same direction, you get the mindset, so feel free to make your own with all of the ingredients listed.
I advise you to consult our article on the different ways of taking black seed to give you ideas and find the most suitable way for you.
As I have already specified, it is advisable to take black seed from the first day of your period until the approximate date of your ovulation, which is approximately 2 weeks, because some believe that the black seed can cause miscarriages.
I have never read a study on this subject, unlike fenugreek, but as a precautionary principle, it is better to follow the rule.
Consumed in too large a quantity, that is to say from 9 g per day, black seed can be slightly toxic, but not serious (nausea, stomach aches,…).
Otherwise, there are no contraindications, no interactions with other medicinal plants, no drug interactions, and no other known side effects.