Baraka black seed oil helps fight influenza, viruses and allergy symptoms

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Seasonal changes give rise to various airborne illnesses. Moving from wet weather conditions to dryer conditions the prevalence of viruses, allergies and other related infections have been observed. 
Withering the storm of this environment it is important to guard oneself by enhancing one’s immunity. The natural defense to ward off the storm is the secret to good health and a happy life.
Baraka black seed oil has the unique property of enhancing the immune system and strengthens your inner defenses. Packed with over a 100 biological components with varied healthcare properties is a natural answer ideal for this period. The supplementary effects combined with the nourishment of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and essential oils, roles out its action.
Relieving symptoms such as sore throat, nasal irritation, headache, cough and other respiratory tract disorders, black seed (Nigellasativa) brings relief with proven results both through traditional use and scientifically. Black seed has been used for over two thousand years as a healthcare remedy and is one of the safest plant extracts for human consumption.
At the onset of the symptoms a teaspoonful of black seed oil twice a day after breakfast and after dinner for one week and one teaspoonful daily thereafter. Ideally taken with half teaspoonful of bee honey. Baraka Black seed oil is available in Pharmacies, Ayurvedic outlets and Super Markets. Baraka Black seed oil is a 100 percent natural product manufactured under ayurvedic registration, HACCP and ISO standards. Advise form your healthcare professional is useful.

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