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              Black Seed Oil

Black seed oil is high in antioxidants plant compounds that help protect cells against damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals

Antioxidants are important for health, as research has shown that they can reduce inflammation and protect against conditions like heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer In particular, black seed oil is rich in thymoquinone, which has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. As a result, studies suggest this compound may protect brain health and aid in treating several types of cancer.

 Research suggests that due to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects, black seed oil may help in treating a few skin conditions, including

 • Acne

 • Eczema

 • General dry skin

 • Psoriasis

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                            Coffee Oil

                         History of our coffee oil

This oil is made from first grade export quality Ethiopian coffee beans the methods is very unique and so far no one have in the market because of the difficulty of making it. From The preparation to getting the oil takes up to 2 months of hard work we don’t use any solvent extraction methods or infused the oil, we actually using a 700 years hidden knowledge of Ethiopians herbal science, it’s edible grade adding a drops in to fresh brewed coffee or a person have a gastric problem and have a problem to drink a coffee or if you’re in rush to make your coffee use five drops under tongue will give you a boost.

It’s one of the best for rushes, wound’s, for first pregnancy if it’s using an early stage can avoid a stretch marks completely and others.

              BENEFITS AND USES FOR COFFEE OIL

                                  Dark Lips

      If you have dark and pigmented lips, you can directly use coffee oil on your lips as a lip oil. Use it as an overnight treatment for best results, you can also add few drops of this oil and shea butter or aloe Vera gel and whip it up to use as a lip butter.

Coffee is great for dark circles and there has been enough published research work on the same. You can directly add a drop or two of this oil under your eyes and massage it in. Alternatively, you can also make your very own eye cream by adding few drops of this to aloe Vera gel. Whip it all together and use it as an eye cream.

Skin Glow

If you feel your skin looks and feels dull and, using this coffee oil can work so much better for your skin. All you need to do is mix it together with organic aloe Vera gel in equal quantities and use it as a face oil before sleeping. Alternatively, you can also directly add few drops of this oil to your regular night cream and mix it up before using.

If you are looking out for a serum for mature skin, you can add few drops of coffee oil to 2 tablespoon organic aloe vera gel along with a teaspoon or so of orange seed oil. Whip it up and transfer to an easy to use pump bottle. Use it as a facial serum.

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                                Rue oil

Rue oil is often used as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics. Yet, rue oil is known for some benefits for the skin: especially when the oil made purely and with knowledge.

Our Rue oil is made differently than others with Ethiopians thousands  years of wisdom from organic wild rue plant from Ethiopian highlands this oil is good for migraines, varicose veins, joint and back pains, stiffness, also may help mixing with our coffee oil for treats eczema’s and psoriasis .

For migraines use this oil as a normal hair oil every day at least for a week but it will stain on white clothes try to use colored materials

For varicose and others use as a body oil on the area twice a day every day minimum for a month to notice the difference.

 

Note: we completely don’t suggest Infused oils for treatment users.

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