If trauma can be passed from generation to generation, so can Healing.

Recorded in old scripts as the blessing seed and used by ancient Egypt, Nigella sativa (black cumin seed) served as a panacea for many different ailments and conditions, worthy of accompanying the pharaohs into the afterlife. 

The history of Frankincense, a resin of the Boswellia species of plants, is religious in nature. In ancient times, Hindus, Babylonians, Persians, Romans and other civilizations used Frankincense to find inner peace and connect with their gods. More on Frankincense: 

Black cumin seed, ginger and frankincense were revered for thousands of years and we now know these three ancient botanicals play an important role in the body’s ability to fight inflammation. Inflammation plays a key role in both long-term and short-term health and returning to our roots is a wonderful solution to properly maintain the balance.

Ginger has been used for thousands of years, originally produced in India and China as a flavouring agent and eventually recognized for its medicinal properties. It was used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to treat many ailments and became a highly valued commodity in Europe, the Middle East and, eventually, across the globe. In the 13th and 14th centuries, the value of a pound of ginger was equivalent to the cost of a sheep, according to the McCormick Science Institute.

Black Seed Oil + Frankincense are perfect for us with skin that supported us over decades of living and my younger millennial friends and kids love it too! We all love how clear and radiant our skin looks and feels!