search thumbs-down thumbs-up
Search Once. Find The Best Reviewed Stuff
Latest review scanned 6 seconds ago

The 10 Best Black Seed Oils  Sep 2018

results are based on 2,816 reviews scanned
X


The Score indicates the overall value of the product.
The rating is based on multiple factors:
The 3 metrics ‐ Opinions, Popularity and Quality,
and other indicators such as: Relative Price, Brand,
Reputation and more.
Popularity

Based on thousands of discussions

Opinions

Based on customer reviews

Quality

Based on Expert reviews and articles

Various Indicators

such as Brand reputation and relative price

X

To add the 10 Best Black Seed Oils list to your website, copy this code:

To add the Winner Badge to your website, copy this code:


Or share the winner badge on your social media:

$14
$29+
Rank
Manufacturer
Product Name
Score
arrow
The Score is the fastest way to find your ideal product.
The Score aggregates:
Popularity, Price, Customer reviews, Brand reputation & Expert articles.
1
Best Black Seed Oils - Black Seed Oil - 1.5% Thymoquinone, Cold-Pressed, no Review Maju Superfoods
9 . 9
2
Best Black Seed Oils - Amazing Herbs Black Seed Cold-Pressed Oil - 8oz Review Amazing Herbs
9 . 4
3
Best Black Seed Oils - Amazing Herbs Premium Black Seed Oil Soft-Gels, 60 Review Amazing Herbs
9 . 1
4
Best Black Seed Oils - Kiva Black Seed Oil Capsules - Organic, Cold-Pressed Review Kiva
8 . 9
5
Best Black Seed Oils - Kiva Black Seed Oil - Organic, Cold-pressed Review Kiva
8 . 7
6
Best Black Seed Oils - Alive Herbals Black Seed Oil Organic Cold Pressed Review Alive herbal
8 . 4
7
Best Black Seed Oils - Best Naturals Black Seed Oil 8 OZ Review Best Naturals
8 . 1
8
Best Black Seed Oils - Heritage Store Black Seed Oil, Organic Natural, 16 Review Heritage Store
7 . 9
9
Best Black Seed Oils - Premium Black Cumin Seed Oil Softgels – 1,000mg Review Sunergetic
7 . 4
10
Best Black Seed Oils - Zongle USDA Certified Organic Black Seed Oil, Unrefined Review Zongle Therapeutics
7 . 0

Trending Black Seed Oils Products

Related Categories

Your Guide To Buying a Black Seed Oil

By Yehudah Posnick

    The black seed of the Nigella Sativa plant is also known as black caraway, or black cumin. It can produce an oil that was found even in ancient times to be effective for a number of ailments and illnesses: headaches, nasal congestion, intestinal worms, and more. Modern-day scientific studies have focused on the active ingredients, called phytochemicals, in these seeds: they are able to slow the growth of yeasts, molds, and bacteria—even strains that have become antibiotic-resistant. They also are anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. Black seed oil is now used extensively in beauty and health products, as well as a dietary supplement. Here is a guide to some of the best black seed oils on the market.

    • Slow, cold pressed oil: When no heat is used to extract the oil from the black cumin seeds, it retains more of its antioxidant chemicals. You should also prefer unfiltered, unrefined oil, so that it will retain more of its beneficial fatty acids. Sweet Sunnah prepares an oil that is 100% pure, that is rich in omega-6 and omega-9 oils.

    • Fast pressed oil: Pressing the black seeds quickly will generate heat. It will cause the oil to taste more bitter, and some of its nutrients will evaporate.

      We can also distinguish between the different uses of black seed oil:

    • As a dietary supplement: Amazing Herbs makes a cold-pressed black seed oil, that is made to be swallowed. People have noticed an improvement in general health and energy levels after taking it regularly.

    • Hair treatment: Black seed oil is an ingredient in hair care products. The Kardashian Black Seed Dry Oil is made to be rubbed into the hair and scalp. It nourishes and smooths the hair, making it stronger and more shiny.

    • Skin treatment: People have noticed that Black Seed Oil can be used to treat eczema and acne. Sweet Sunnah employs black seed oil in soaps, body masks, and shea butters. This helps moisturize the skin, to make it more radiant and smooth.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Mixtures of oils: Many hair and skin care products have a mixture of oils, and black seed oil is only one of them. The Dabur Vatika Black Seed Oil hair treatment has mineral oil and canola oil as its main ingredient. Mineral oil tends to build up on the hair, whereas black seed oil is absorbed into the scalp. But people still notice a definite improvement in their hair with the product.

    • Assists hair growth: People have noticed that black seed oil stimulates hair growth, even in cases where the baldness is hereditary. They apply it as a conditioner after shampooing the hair—you simply add it to the hair and leave it in.

    • Strong taste: If you have purchased black seed oil as a dietary supplement, you might not like the strong smell and taste. If it's cold pressed oil, it shouldn't have much of a smell. If you don't like the taste or smell, you can try capsules of black seed oil, as sold by Nabi Blackseed. You can also try taking some honey after the oil, to not feel the taste. It is also possible to mix the oil with fruit juice, or to mix it into a smoothie.

    • Black seed oil for skin: The benefits of black seed oil can be achieved whether you apply it to the skin, or ingest it. The Vitamin A, amino acids and fatty acids in the oil will help skin regeneration, as well as moisturize the skin.

    • Prefer amber-colored glass bottle for the pure oil: If possible, try to get black seed oil in colored glass bottles, rather than plastic. Colored glass will reduce the risk of sunlight damaging the oil. And plastics bottles may leach chemicals into the oil.

    Sweet Sunnah—is located in Liberty, New York. They introduce black seed oil in a number of products: as a dietary supplement, for skin and hair care, and for cooking purposes. They produce the black seed oil from Nigella sativa seeds that are organically grown, without pesticides or herbicides. They also make essential oils, herbal lozenges, teas, soaps, and perfumes.

    Dabur—has its headquarters in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, but also has an office in Princeton, New Jersey, and branches worldwide. They started in 1884 in a small clinic in Kolkata, India, but presently have become makers of personal and healthcare brands, for hair, skin, oral and baby care.

    Kardashian Beauty—was founded by the three Kardashian sisters, Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney. They make luxury makeup and cosmetic products, as well as perfumes and skin and hair care products: moisturisers, cleansers, exfoliants, and more.