All in One Capsule (Black Seed, Coconut, Flax Seed, Sesame Oil )

People have turned to plants since the beginning of time. Its healing is efficient and powerful, take plant oils, for example, a derivative used for the treatment of various ailments throughout the world.

Ayurvedic, a holistic health care system, recommends treatments using oils in various forms - from raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, aromatherapy, etc. While most of the medicated oils are for external use, you can consume certain oils orally to optimize its benefits.

On an evolutionary scale, the consumption of oil dates to 6000 years. This includes your everyday edible oils like olive oil.  There is archaeological and documentary evidence suggesting that sesame oil was an equal contender to olive oil in the Mediterranean basin and India, from 1137 BC (Horden and Purcell 2000).

Oils are more than just about cooking, it helps with nourishing our body, and there is increasing evidence to prove that /fatty acids (FAs) play a crucial role. They are therapeutic and prophylactic. They aid with the growth and development of the human embryo, improving brain function, and providing protection against cardiovascular, inflammatory diseases, etc. Many FAs are now known to have anticancer potential. There is extensive research underway as fats and fatty acids gain traction.

Ancient literature recommends consuming certain oils orally to improve health and wellbeing. 

Black Seed Oil

Nigella sativa commonly known as - black cumin, kalonji, and black onion seeds, is widely used medicinal plant throughout the world. It is popular in traditional medicine like Unani and Tibb, Ayurveda and Siddha, etc. 

Seeds and oil for medicinal and food consumption go way back in time.  In Islamic literature, it is considered a holy grail of healing. The Prophetic medicinal methodology, Tibb-e-Nabwi recommends regular usage of this oil. It works as a liver tonic, diuretic, antihypertensive, digestive, anti-diarrheal, appetite stimulant, analgesic, anti-bacterial/microbial/inflammatory, immuno-modulator, spasmolytic, bronchodilator, hepatoprotective, renal protective, gastro-protective, antioxidant properties, etc. Sativa tops the chart in herbal medicine. It contains thymoquinone & p-cymene, a major bioactive component known for its therapeutic properties. It can be ingested raw, in the form of capsules, or topical application to improve skin.  

Coconut Oil

Coconut (Cocos nucifiera L.), commonly known as coconut palms. An important rainforest tree that grows in more than 90 countries. It is called the "the Tree of Life” because it's wholesome and holistic. 

Clinical studies suggest its positive effects on human development and maintenance, and fat loss in both children and adults. Coconut oil supplements help with cancer prevention and treatment. It reduces the biological activity of pathogenic bacteria and viruses.

Flaxseed Oil

Contrary to the popular belief flaxseed is native to India and once a staple crop. Even now, in southern India, flaxseed is used to make chutney and raw material for medicines (Faseehuddin and Madhusudhan, 2007a; 2007b). 

Studies reveal that it is not only nutritious but has therapeutic benefits - both preventative and curative (Hall et al., 2006). Records indicate, that, people from ancient civilizations, across the world, celebrated the seed.

Hippocrates, in 650 B.C, mentioned about using flaxseed for relieving intestinal discomfort. Theophrastus, from the same era, recommended the use of flaxseed mucilage as a cough remedy. In the beginning of the first century (A.D.) Tacitus praised the virtues of flax. Flaxseed was known to be critical in improving the health of Charlemagne’s subjects (the 8th-century king), which led him to pass laws and regulations governing its consumption. Later in the 15th-century, A.D. Hildegard Von Bigen used flaxseed meal as a hot compress.

Roughly 73 % of the fatty acids in flaxseed are polyunsaturated. Flaxseed has an omega-3/omega-6 fatty acid Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid known to have benefit heart health and autoimmune system (Bloedon and Szapary, 2004). Omega- 3 fatty acids regulate gene transcription and expression, thus altering enzyme synthesis and modify the risk for coronary heart diseases, reducing serum triglycerides and blood pressure (Chen et al.,2007; Waldschläger et al., 2005; Dupasquier et al., 2007). 

It also protects against thrombosis and certain types of cancer by modifying immune and inflammatory reactions. Omega-3 is required for maintaining the structure of cell membranes and the permeability of skin as precursors for eicosanoids such as prostaglandins, thromboxanes, cholesterol transportation, and metabolism. Essential fatty acids are necessary for the proper function of the brain, skin, nervous system including the prevention of kidney diseases (Clark et al., 2001; Ogborn et al., 2003; Ogborn et al., 2006). 

Flaxseed Oil is emerging as an important functional food that supports the immune system, reduction of cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, autoimmune, and neurological disorders. Flax protein also helps in the prevention and treatment of heart disease.

Sesame oil

Sesame oil is known as an esteemed oil since the Vedic times. It dates as early as 1600 B.C which makes it the oldest condiment, known to man. 

Sesame oil has many benefits and is marketed differently because of its nutritional and therapeutic values. Potential health benefits of sesame include antioxidative, anticancer, anti-hypersensitive, and anti-immunoregulatory actions. 

Sesame seeds can be processed to produce oil, pastes, powders, and other food formulations. Many plant-based nutraceuticals are developed from sesame, the intake of which is related to dietary and non-dietary phytochemicals and health. 

The antioxidant property of sesame lignans (sesamin and sesamolin) increases the hepatic mitochondrial and peroxisomal fatty acid oxidation rate. Consumption of sesame seed increases plasma gamma-tocopherol and enhances vitamin-E activity which can prevent cancer and heart diseases. It also contains cephalin which has hemostat activity. Fibers from sesame are used as antidiabetic, antitumor, antiulcer, cancer preventive, and cardioprotective. For pharmaceutical applications, sesame oil is used as a solvent for intramuscular injections and has nutritive, demulcent, and emollient properties. It is also a popular laxative.

It is known to have cured toothaches and gum diseases in the 4th-century. It is used to treat blurred vision, dizziness, and headaches. The oil is more efficient than isotonic chloride solution in curing nasal mucosa dryness in winters. The high polyunsaturated fat content in oil reduces cholesterol. Indians have been using it as an antibacterial mouthwash and to relieve anxiety and insomnia.


Each 500 mg of Soft gel capsule contains

Virgin Cold Pressed Oils of

Black Seed Oil:  125 mg

Coconut Oil:       125 mg

Flax Seed Oil:     125 mg

Sesame Oil:        125 mg

No added Preservatives, Colors, or flavors.

For Allergens see ingredients.

Nutritional Food Supplement (Proprietary food).

Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Dosage: Take 1 Soft gel capsule with a glass of water post meal. To be taken 2 times a day. To achieve optimum benefits, ensure that you take 4 oils regularly or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Nutrition facts

Each 500 mg Soft gel capsule contains


4.5 K. Cal


0 (BDL)

Total Fat

499 mg

Saturated Fatty Acid (SFA)

183 mg

Mono Unsaturated Fatty Acid

116 mg

Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acid

200 mg

Trans Fat

0.01 mg

Omega 3 Fatty Acid

71.6 mg


0.1 gm