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A dear friend of mine uses nigella sativa seed and oil for both homoeopathic treatment and in cooking to strengthen ones constitution. Does anyone have any information on its traditional usage in Druidic medicine.
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Nigella sativa, native to south and southwest Asia.
hence, the traditional usage in Druidic medicine will be a bit thinly documented. It is not a native European plant... but surely modern herbalists will have uses for it.
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