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Black cumin seed oil

Egyptian

Black cumin seed oil
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DE-ÖKO-039
Egyptian agriculture
  • virgin, cold-pressed black cumin seed oil in raw food quality
  • from certified organic farming in Egypt
  • balanced taste, wholesome effect
  • rich in essential oils and fat accompanying substances
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Black cumin seed oil 100 ml
100 ml 7,36 €
Black cumin seed oil 250 ml
250 ml 14,62 €
Black cumin seed oil 500 ml
500 ml 24,43 €
Black cumin seed oil 4 x 250 ml
4 x 250 ml 55,84 €
7,36 €
incl. 5 % tax plus shipping
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100 ml
7,36 € / 100 ml
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14,62 €
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250 ml
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24,43 €
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500 ml
48,87 € / 1 l
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55,84 €
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4 x 250 ml
55,84 € / 1 l
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Organic virgin black cumin oil

Our Egyptian black cumin oil is cold-pressed from fully ripe Egyptian black cumin seeds from organic farming. The oil is only filtered, not deodorised or refined, and is characterised by its golden yellow colour and balanced taste. Black cumin oil can be heated to a maximum of 90 °C. As one of our vital oils, it can be enjoyed straight from the spoon or as a typical spice for oriental dishes.

Ingredients

Black cumin seed oil mainly contains the essential, double unsaturated linoleic acid. Linoleic acid contributes to the maintenance of a normal blood cholesterol level. The positive effect sets in at a daily intake of 10 g (equivalent to about 2 to 3 tablespoons). Furthermore, black cumin seed oil has an extrordinarily high proportion of essential oils, which – depending on the harvest year and cultivation conditions – lies between 0.5 g to 2.5 g per 100 g. The oil also contains bitter substances and tannins such as nigelline and thymoquinone. These lead to the intense, typical taste and its popularity in natural medicine.

The black cumin plant

Black cumin (Nigella sativa) is a member of the buttercup family. It is not related to caraway. The seeds of the black cumin plant are small and edgy, and as the name implies, black.

In Germany, black cumin has a long standing history and it used to be cultivated in many farmer's gardens. According to an old anecdote, Martin Luther left out the "black" in "black cumin" when he translated the bible from Hebrew which led to many misunderstandings. In any case, it is known for a fact that black cumin was already widely spread in Egypt and the neighbouring countries and used for many purposes in the times of the pharaohs. Still today, the black cumin seeds of the highest quality come from Egypt.

Black cumin seed oil filtered and unfiltered – treasures from Egypt

Black cumin seed oil
Black cumin seed oil unfiltered
intense aromatic taste
aromatic, slightly spicy taste
contains essential oils and fat accompanying substances
additionally contains valuable sediment substances
can be enjoyed straight from the spoon
dose sparingly due to its spiciness

For more than 20 years, Ölmühle Solling has been producing mill-fresh black cumin seed oil from organically grown Egyptian black cumin seeds.

The unfiltered version is one of our newer products. It is darker in colour and marked by a more intense, slightly spicy taste. The sediment contains valuable substances that are usually filtered out. Both filtered and unfiltered black cumin seed oil contain linoleic acid, an essential, double unsaturated fatty acid. The high proportion of essential oils, bitter substances and tannins make it popular for numerous applications in natural medicine.

Recipe

Pumpkin ragout with lentils

Pumpkin ragout with lentils

Recipe for pumpkin ragout with lentils, Egyptian black cumin seed oil and sesame seed oil. The dressing made from black cumin seed oil, lemon juice and honey creates an oriental aroma. zum Rezept
Tabouleh salad

Tabouleh salad

Recipe for classic Tabouleh salad with bulgur, tomatoes, cucumber and spring onion. Refined with a dressing from olive lemon spice oil and black cumin seed oil. zum Rezept

Ratings

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from Manfred Seidel at 12.02.2019
Das Öl hat uns sehr enttäuscht, da wir uns viel davon versprachen. Es unterscheidet sich immens von den Anderen, die wir bereits probierten. Dieses Schwarzkümmelöl schmeckt überhaupt nicht natürlich und nach drei Tagen konnten wir es nicht mehr einnehmen.
from Sabine Moczygemba at 16.04.2017
Das Schwarzkümmelöl der Ölmühle Solling ist hocharomatisch ohne scharf oder gar bitter zu sein - ein Öl-Genuss, den ich sehr empfehlen kann!
from Athanasia Gkegka at 12.04.2017
Sehr leckeres Öl, besonders auf Salaten, schmeckt sogar besser als Olivenöl! Auch auf Schafskäse ein Genuss. Daumen hoch!
from Ursula Schroll at 01.03.2018
Hatte schon mehrfach woanders Schwarzkümmelöl gekauft. Ihres schmeckt fast gar nicht nach Schwarzkümmel.
from Winfrid Ebert at 02.02.2020
Ich habe ihnen eine email gesendet Die letzte Lieferung ist sehr bitter im Geschmack
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Specification and ingredients

Black cumin seed oil

Average energy and nutrient content for 100 g

Energy
3700 kJ / 900 kcal
Fat
100 g
    saturates
15 g
    monounsaturates
24 g
    polyunsaturates
61 g
Carbohydrate
0 g
    of which Sugars
0 g
Roughage
0 g
Protein
0 g
Salt
0 g

Linolsäure
57,5


Please enjoy our products as part of a diverse and balanced nutrition.

As a product of nature the composition of the oil can vary, the given specifications are therefore average values.

Ingredients

Black cumin seed oil, certified organic

Storage advice

Keep cool and dark, use quickly after opening.

Durability

9 - 12 months

Fatty acids diagram

saturated fatty acids
15 g
monounsaturated fatty acids
24 g
diunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-6)
60 g
triple unsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3)
1 g
Fettsäurendiagramm

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