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Experience the many health benefits of black seed

If you are diabetic or prediabetic, black seed can help:

Black Seed Study:
  • Black seed oil may be of some benefit to people with diabetes, according to an animal-based study published in Planta Medica in 2002. In tests on diabetic rats, the study's authors found that black seed oil may help lower blood sugar levels.
  • Black Seed Oil Capsules.


Welcome to Black Seed Products, Inc.

Black Seed Products, Inc. is dedicated to the development, manufacturing, and marketing of Natural Alternative Products made of the highest quality herbs. All of our products are tested to ensure the highest level of quality, purity and safety.

We are pleased to introduce to our new line of black seed products. Recent scientific research in the USA, Europe, and Japan has confirmed the benefits of black seed for its ability to stabilize and strengthen the body’s immune system (for more information, please visit our FAQ page to learn more about the many benefits of black seed).

Black Seed Oil Capsules Black Seed Joint Relief
Black Seed + Coconut Oil Black Seed + Garlic
Black Seed + Cinnamon Black Seed + Bacopa Monnieri
Black Seed + Ashwagandha


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