Study: Black Seed Oil Helps Parkinson’s – Can be Used for Anti-depressant and Anti-anxiety Treatment

A recently studied virtue of black cumin oil is its positive effects on neurological and psychiatric systems. A meta-study of several studies analyzing black cumin for several neurological applications includes “… the pharmacological actions and the therapeutic potential pertaining to the central nervous system, particularly effects on psychiatric and neurological dysfunctions, …” The meta study, Neuropsychiatric Effects of Nigella sativa (Black Seed) A Review was published in the journal Alternative and Integrative Medicine. It reviews in detail studies from international sources where researchers have observed positive results from black cumin seed. The researchers reviewed articles published on studies about the effects of Nigella Sativa, its oil and active components, on various clinical conditions concerning the central nervous system. The black cumin seed positive-effect pharmacological categories are: Anti-convulsant effects from epilepsy, Anti-Parkinson's effects, Neuroprotective effects, Anti-depressant effects, Anti-anxiety effects, Effects on improving learning and memory, Effects on drug tolerance and drug dependence, Effects on encephalitis, toxoplasmosis and malaria, which both affect the brain