The most recent paper to date has shown that thymoquinone (the
volatile oil of black seed) may be used to help stop pancreatic cancer,
one of the most difficult cancers to treat.
Dr. Arafat confirmed
that although they are in the early stages of research their findings
indicate that thymoquinone may be used as a preventative strategy for
patients after surgery and receiving chemotherapy or for patients who
are at high risk of getting cancer.
Using a human pancreatic
cancer cell line, the team at the Kimmel Cancer at Jefferson in
Philadelphia, US, found that adding thymoquinone killed approximately 80
percent of the cancer cells.
They commented that they had not
anticipated thymoquinone to be so successfull and the results were very
remarkable and really exciting.
With new found longevity we observe many chronic
degenerative conditions that were relatively unknown just decades earlier.
Cancer, arthritis, circulatory problems, auto-immune problems, psoriasis, chronic fatigue syndrome and the list goes on and on.
What is the reason for this widespread disability? One
of the major factors is the dysfunction and imbalance
of our bowels causing the problem of auto-intoxication*. From the time of Hippocrates, ancient healers have emphasized vital importance of bowel health.
When the digestive and elimination systems are not properly working to rid the body of this accumulating putrefactive build-up in the colon, the resulting toxins
are then absorbed from the colon into the bloodstream,
and are carried back into every part of the body. This process of self-poisoning is known as "auto-intoxication".
In a nutshell, because of intestinal stasis, the body ends up chronically poisoning itself with its own wastes and toxins instead of carrying out its designed purpose of eliminating them.
The number one reason for using Black Seed Bitters as part of your daily
diet is to prevent and relieve auto-intoxication, constipation and poor