Black also known as nigella seeds or black cumin is a well-known spice due to it variety of health and beauty benefits which is why it is popularly known as the “seed of blessing”. It is aromatic and healthy and is used in so many food and beauty recipes! Good skin, hair, body and mental health is a combination of healthy food and topical treatments. Apart from using black seeds in your hair care routine, incorporating this seed in your diet can add on to its benefits! Black seeds water is super easy to make and has a lot of benefits!
- Although the seeds look similar to black sesame seeds, nigella seeds more pungent with a strong aroma.
- Black seeds contains powerful anti-oxidants and vital nutrients that works great for hair and skin. It helps controlling hair fall and retains the moisture of your hair.
- It is known to control premature greying of hair because of its vitamins and minerals content.
- Black seed oil normalizes the oil production on your scalp. This ensures that your hair remains well conditioned without becoming too greasy. READ MORE – BLACK SEED HAIR OIL TO STOP HAIR LOSS AND BOOST HAIR GROWTH
BLACK SEEDS WATER
Things you need-
- Black seeds – 4-8 seeds
- Honey – 1 tsp
- Warm water – 1 cup
Directions- Take a pinch of kalonji seeds (5-10) and crush them lightly to make a powder. Add the crushed kalonji seeds to a glass of warm water and mix well. Add in a teaspoon of raw honey Mix everything nicely and have it in the morning to stop hair fall. ** Do not exceed the quantity, excess consumption of kalonji seeds can cause side effects.
BLACK SEEDS HAR WATER
You can also use black seeds as a hair rinse after shampoo to boost hair growth. Soak 1 tsp of black seeds in some warm water overnight. In the morning, add everything to a saucepan and simmer on low for 3-4 mins. Use this water as a hair spray or to rinse your hair after shampoo. READ MORE – HAIR WATER for thicker hair and stop hair fall
Caution – Check if you are allergic to any of the ingredients before using. If you are pregnant or under any medication be sure to consult your doctor before adding black seeds in your diet.