Black seed honey or the Nigella flower honey comes from the Nigella flower.
Nigella is an annual herbaceous plants with finely cut foliage of the Ranunculaceae family, belonging to the genus Nigella (from the Latin “nigella” itself from “niger” meaning black  with reference to the colour of the seeds of the species of this  kind).  There are about twenty species, all native to Eurasia.
Characteristics of black seed honey
Aroma: this pure and tasty honey will certainly appeal to lovers of character and original honeys.  It is a moderately sweet honey, with a caramelized taste and flowers.  Its aromas are very pleasant and quite persistent on the palate.
Some benefits:
Like all honeys, it is an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, natural healing and energizer;  It is excellent for strengthening the immune system and fighting winter illnesses like the common cold.  But also against headaches, angina, asthenia.

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