Black cumin for the four-legged friends
If you want to do something good for your pet or farm animal, you can opt for black cumin as a pet food supplement. The oil or the seeds contain essential fatty acids that not only regulate the immune system, but also alleviate skin and skin problems or even support the healing process. Black cumin can also be used very well for allergies.
Made from cold-pressed Egyptian black cumin seeds. Black cumin has been grown in Egypt and the Mediterranean for thousands of years. With over 100 highly effective and health-promoting ingredients, especially polyunsaturated fatty acids, black cumin oil is a highly valuable addition to the daily and healthy nutrition of your animal.
20 ml black cumin oil added to the feed every day. Applying the oil directly under the animal’s tongue with the help of a syringe without a cannula is optimal. The black cumin oil active ingredients are thus absorbed through the mucous membranes in the animal’s mouth.
Black cumin belongs to the buttercup family and has been grown for thousands of years, especially in the Middle East, but also in India. Black cumin oil has enjoyed a high reputation in both ancient Egypt and India. With over 100 valuable active ingredients, including over 50% polyunsaturated fatty acids, ω-3 and ω-6 fatty acids, vitamins, enzymes and essential oils, black cumin proves to be an invaluable gift of nature, both for humans and for animals.
The small black seeds or the oil cold-pressed from the seeds are used. The high proportion of essential fatty acids in black cumin is of particular importance for the immune system. The seed can be added to the feed, but the oil can also be used in horse breeding.
Add 100-200 g of seeds to the feed daily.
Particularly mild and skin-friendly cleaning. Particularly suitable for sensitive and allergy-prone skin. Application: Very suitable for daily use. Essential for regreasing the skin.
Pure vegetable oil soap with 5% black cumin oil