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ORGANIC Black cumin press cake

Black cumin press cake
EU Bio
DE-ÖKO-039
  • with valuable essential oils
  • free from additives
  • with unsaturated fatty acids and protein
  • obtained by gentle cold pressing
  • supports the natural gastrointestinal flora
4,66 of 5 stars
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15,90 €*
44981
5 kg
3,18 € / 1 kg
*incl. 7 % tax plus shipping
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The seeds of the Egyptian black cumin plant (Nigella sativa L.) have been used as a spice and in medicine for centuries. The essential, doubly unsaturated linoleic acid dominates in the seeds of the black cumin plant. Another special feature is the high proportion of essential oils, which - depending on the year of harvest and growing conditions - ranges from 0.5 g to 2.5 g per 100 g. Bitter and tannins such as nigellin and thymoquinone are also present. They are responsible for the extremely intense, slightly bitter taste, but also explain the popularity of black cumin for a variety of applications in folk medicine.

Black cumin seed cake as a healthy feed for horses

The press cake produced during the cold pressing of black cumin is a high-quality feed for horses. In veterinary medicine, it is mainly used for horses with asthma and respiratory diseases. Black cumin is also used for allergic reactions, where it is said to have an antiparasitic effect and strengthen the immune system.

Our organic black cumin seed cake for horses is obtained from Egyptian black cumin seeds by partial de-oiling using cold pressing. This very gentle cold pressing at below 40 °C preserves the valuable ingredients in their best form. The press cake is free from additives and contains valuable unsaturated fatty acids and bitter substances.

The raw protein content of black cumin seed cake is around 35 g per 100 g. The press cake also contains around 12 g per 100 g of valuable black cumin oil. The valuable essential oils in black cumin seed cake can have a positive effect on the horse's immune system, respiratory tract and metabolic processes in the event of feed-related deficiencies. Black cumin has various effects on the respiratory tract and is considered antibacterial and antiviral. It can also have an expectorant and bronchodilator effect. Allergies in horses can also be positively influenced and the horse's immune system can be strengthened by regular feeding of black cumin seed cake. Regular feeding of the pressed cake can also support the change of coat.

Protection from insects

Protection from insects: Flies, horseflies and ticks do not like the essential oils in black cumin seed cake. Feeding black cumin seed cake can therefore indirectly serve as an insect repellent and contribute to the well-being of horses.

Also suitable for dogs

Our black cumin seed cake can also be used as a feed supplement for dogs, although acceptance may vary from dog to dog as black cumin seed cake has a naturally bitter taste. Caution: Black cumin seed oil and black cumin seed cake are poisonous for cats as, unlike horses and dogs, they cannot completely break down bitter substances.

Purely natural for humans and animals

In our oil mill, raw materials from controlled organic cultivation are processed into high-quality natural products. We do not add any additives.

Feeding recommendation

We recommend a daily feeding of 50-100 grams per pony or horse. The pellets can be fed on their own or mixed into the feed and are also suitable as a horse treat. Due to its essential oil content, black cumin cake has a bitter taste and should ideally be mixed with other feed if the horse does not accept the press cake on its own.

We recommend 3-5 g per 10 kg body weight for dogs. Please soak the pellets before feeding and mix into the feed. Start with a smaller amount to check whether your dog tolerates the press cake. Please discuss the dosage with your vet if necessary.

Always store in a cool, dry and well-sealed place.

Caution: Black cumin seed oil and black cumin seed cake are poisonous for cats as, unlike horses and dogs, they cannot completely break down bitter substances.

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from Burkhard Mueller at 01.07.2020
Ich, als LowCarb Bio Veganer, schätze die Produkte der Ölmühle Solling, bei der ich regelmäßig bestelle. Der Service ist freundlich und kompetent. Zügige Bearbeitung der Bestellung, wertige Verpackung und schneller Versand. Das einzige, das ich zu bemängeln habe, für mich, der die Ware recht schnell... mehr >>
aufbraucht, müssten die Mehle, Kurkuma, Hagebuttenpulver nicht unbedingt in Metallverpackungen, Ökologisches Papier würde es auch tun. Eventuell eine Überlegung für die Zukunft.
from Torsten Quickenstedt at 19.07.2021
wird für den hund eingesetzt, der im alter vom immunsystem her schwächelt. hatte bereits bewährungsprobe bei kehlkopfentzündung, ging definitiv schneller zurück als bisher. er frisst die sticks allerdings nicht pur, obwohl er schwarzkümmelöl von der ernährung her kennt. ich mörsere siedaher und mische sie ins nassfutter,... mehr >>
so ist die akzeptanz bei ihm sehr gut
from Bettina Graefrenstedt at 08.04.2024
Riecht mir angenehm, das Pferd hat ein paar genommen, mochte dann aber nicht wirklich mehr. (Ich finde, er hat danach sehr gut aus dem Maul gerochen;-) ) Jetzt bekommt er es ins Mash, damit aber leider nicht täglich, insofern fürchte ich, dass es keinen großen Efekt auf Steckfliegen etc. haben wird.
from Antje Gräfingholt at 26.05.2024
Wider Erwarten mögen die meisten meiner Schafe die bitteren Bonbons ☺ Angesichts der großen Menge hatte ich lange gezögert und würde mich freuen, wenn die Presskuchen generell auch in kleineren "Probiergrößen" angeboten würden!
from Lilli Falk at 17.04.2020
Meine Pferde fressen die Pellets sehr gut! Ich bin rundum zufrieden. Es ist eine deutliche Verbesserung in Hinsicht auf Zecken und Insekten zu spüren, weshalb ich das Produkt auch bestellt hatte. Werde ich wieder kaufen! :)
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