Telemea with cow's milk and blackbird, approx. 400g.
cow's milk (contains lactose from milk), fenugreek seeds, lactic cultures, rennet. Nothing else!
For centuries, in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, Black cumin has been used for medicinal purposes, both as a whole plant and the oil obtained from the seeds, by cold pressing. Negrilica is the popular Romanian name for Black cumin .
For over 2000 years, in the Middle East, evening primrose seeds have been used in traditional medicine as a natural remedy for various diseases, especially migraines or allergic conditions
Actually, black cumin it was commonly used in treatments related to the health of the respiratory system, stomach and intestine, in kidney and liver disorders, to improve blood circulation, to support the health of the immune system and to induce a general state of well-being.
At present, black cumin seeds and also seed oil (obtained by cold pressing) are currently used in many parts of the world. It is already known that Nigellae oleum is a rich source of essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6 in an optimal, balanced ratio of 1:3.
The chemical composition of black cumin seeds (Nigella semen) showed that they are a rich source of protein (20.85%) and LIPID (38.20%); the water (4.64%), fiber (7.94%), carbohydrates (31.94%), mineral salts (potassium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper), as well as significant amounts of sterols (β-sitosterol, campesterol, stigmasterol), polyphenols and tocopherols.
Besides, these black cumin seeds (black) represents an important nutritional source due to its content essential amino acids (30% of total protein content), unsaturated fatty acids (approx. 84%) where acids predominate: lauric, myristic, palmitic, stearic and polyunsaturated fatty acids: oleic (23.4%), omega-6 (55.6%), omega-3 (0.4%).