What is miracle seed called in Yoruba , Igbo and  Hausa language?

Miracle seed is a very popular seed in Nigeria and Ghana due to its health benefits ans medicinal uses. Some religious people from these two West African countries even believe miracle seed has spiritual uses and can be used to perform signs and wonders hence the name.

What is miracle seed called in Yoruba , Hausa language?
What is miracle seed called in Yoruba , Hausa language?

The three big languages in Nigeria , hausa , Igbo and Yoruba cherish miracle seed but to my surprise I am surprised that the seed has not been given any indigenous Igbo, hausa or yoruba name…..These three tribes simple call the sees miracle seed, Ghana seed , or black seeds.

Yoruba name of miracle seed: unknown

Igbo name of miracle seed; Unknown

Hausa name of miracle seed: unknown.

However it is important for me to let you know the other numerous names of miracle seed for educational purposes…

Other Name(s) of miracle seed you should know:

Ajenuz, Aranuel, Baraka, Black Cumin, black seed, Black Caraway, Charnuska, Cheveux de Vénus, Cominho Negro, Comino Negro, Cumin Noir, Fennel Flower, Fitch, Graine de Nigelle, Graine Noire, Kalajaji, Kalajira, Kalonji, La Grainer Noire, Love in a Mist, Mugrela, Nielle, Nigella sativa, Nigelle de Crête, Nigelle Cultivée, Nutmeg Flower, Poivrette, Roman-Coriander, Schwarzkummel, Small Fennel, Toute Épice, Upakuncika.

Some of the uses of miracle seed are;

👉Digestive problems including intestinal gas and diarrhea.
👉Boosting the immune system.
👉Cancer prevention.
👉Birth control:Women use black seed for birth control, to start menstruation, and to increase milk flow.
👉Menstrual disorders.
👉Sore throat and swollen tonsils (tonsillopharyngitis).
👉Relieving symptoms related to narcotic drug withdrawal (opiate withdrawal).
👉Reduce High blood pressure
👉Lowers blood cholesterol
👉Treats asthma
👉Soothes itchy and inflammed skin
👉Some people apply black seed directly to the skin for joint pain (rheumatism), headache, and certain skin conditions.

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