BLACK SEED OIL (BLACK CUMIN OIL)- Nigella sativa - 100% Pure - Cold Pressed
Botanical name; NIGELLA SATIVA
Method; Cold pressed
Colour; Very dark brown, almost black.
Taste; strong, pungent
Generally suggested dosage: 1 teaspoon a day mixed with either fruit juice, honey or plain.
Blackseed oil is one of the best-known health oils with its reported healing properties covering a vast range of symptoms. Peer reviewed studies are constantly being written, and it is best to do your own research on the latest findings to support your specific need.
Claimed Healing Properties:
Major chemicals: beta sitosterol, thymoquinone, myristic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, palmitoleic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidonic acid, proteins and vitamins B1, B2 and B3
ORDERING OF BLACKSEED OIL FOR CUSTOMERS WITHOUT BANK ACCOUNTS.
Cash payments can be made at your closest Post Office into the following account:
DP Duddy, Acc 00103335138, branch code 460000500
- Order on-line,
- If ordering on-line is not an option, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Choice of product size:
Choice of delivery:
We have 2 delivery options to choose from:
- Post Office R50.00 – to a Post Office street serviced address, a P O Box address or to your local Post Office. We will send you a tracking number which you will use to collect your order from your local Post Office. This option usually takes between 1 and 2 weeks.
- Courier R110.00 – to a recognized physical address. This option takes between 2-5 working days.
Once we have the above information we will send you an invoice for payment. When we have Proof of Payment you will receive confirmation by notification of your tracking number . Please send a picture of the deposit slip to 0734007793 or notify us by email once you have paid, and we will find it on our bank statement.
If you have any further queries about the process please email us and we will be only too happy to help.
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