Town Elites : Kakori, Unnao & Kalpi (U.P.) (1000-1978 AD)
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Throughout History Humans have used black Cumin, the black seed from the plant of Negilla Sativa, as a nutritive, preventive and curative agent.
In the Arab world Black Cumin earned the name of Habbat al-Baraka or the Blessed Seed after prophet Muhammed (peace & blessings of Allah be with him) mentioned its curative value. In common Arabic it came to be known as Kamun Aswad and Habb al-Sauda, and it became a cherished part of Muslim societies. The healing powers of Black Cumin, the seeds from the plant Negilla Sativa, have been recognized for over three thousand years in the folklore of many cultures. It has been regarded as a ‘Miracle Seed’ for it is known to assist the body in its own natural healing process. It strengthens the immune system and works in varied ways to promote optimum health and well being. Recent researches have found that Black Cumin contains a complex synergy of over one hundred chemicals that work together to enhance and strengthen the immune system of the human body that no other natural substance has ever been known to do.
This book goes through the history, traditions and findings of the recent researches regarding the healing powers of the miraculous blessed seed of Negilla Sativa.
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