Premium Nigella Seeds are Not Generally Included in Cooking, Except as a Topping for Indian Naan Breads. North African Bakers Often Knead Nigella Seeds into White Breads.
Natural Nigella Seeds are Most Commonly used as a Spice and are Absolutely Loaded with Natural Benefits. The Seeds of the Black Cumin Plant, are Widely Regarded to have Remarkable Wellness Properties.
Some People Grind the Seeds and Mix with Honey for Sweet Tea or Sprinkle onto Salads. Premium Nigella Seeds Also make a Nice Addition to Salad Dressings and Even Stir Fry Dishes, Especially when Combined with Lemon, Cilantro and Tahini.
Pure Ingredient – Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) Loose Seeds Tea.
Serving Size – 1 Tablespoon (5g) Per Serve.
Tea Preparation – Add Boiled Water to Your Tea and Steep for 5-15 Minutes.
A Tablespoon Makes a Nice Cup of Tea, But it is Better to Keep the Cup Covered until Ready to Drink, To Prevent the Aroma from Escaping.
Savoury Cooking – Some People Add a Few Seeds to their Favourite Tea or Coffee. The Seeds can Also be Added to Casseroles or Breads, used in Canning, or Extracted in Wine or Vinegar.
Tonic Preparation – Black Cumin Seeds Mixed with Honey or Garlic, Make Excellent Wellness Tonics.
Take a 1/4 Tablespoon of Seeds and Crush Them, Then Add the Powder to a Glass of Warm Water.
You Can Add a Spoon of Wildcrafted Honey and Squeeze the Juice of Half a Lemon in the Water, Also Goes Well with Cinnamon.
Country of Origin – Asia.
Treatment Status – No ETA, No Irradiation.
All Batches are Tested for Heavy Metals, PAHs 2, PAHs 4 and Are Confirmed to Be Absent of, Or Below the Specified Maximum (Trace) for this Product.
Hand Packaged in New Zealand.