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Nigella (Nigella sativa L.) can also be an annual angiosperm belonging to the Ranunculaceae and may be the most widely used phytomedicine in the world. Excessive fashion in various traditional medicine systems. Nigella seeds and their oil have been used extensively for many years to treat various ailments. It has now been discovered that a large number of potentially productive and productive activities are born out of its deteriorating oils and proteins. Most of the therapeutic properties of this remedy are due to the presence of thymoquinone and its isomers, which are the main active compounds of the flexible nigella oil. As such, it has a very low level of toxicity its seeds are also used in food as a flavoring agent, which is included in breads and cucumbers. Seeds and oils have an extended history of cultural use in various medicinal and dietary systems. Nigella seeds are widely used to treat various ailments and diseases. In Islamic literature, only one type of medicine is considered collectively. it has been recommended for regular use in Tibb-e-Nabwi (Prophetic Medicine). It is widely used as antihypertensive, liver tonics, diuretics, digestive, anti-diarrheal, appetite suppressant, analgesics, antibacterials and skin disorders. Extensive research on Nigella was carried out by various investigators and tested for a reliable track record of its therapeutic and pharmacological actions including antidiabetic, anticancer, immune modulator, analgesic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, bronchodilator, hepato-defense, renal protection, gastro-protective, antioxidant properties, etc. because of its miraculous healing powers, the nigella has a place among the highest standards of evidence based on herbal medicine this review is an attempt to integrate the available textual data into scientific research of pharmacognostical properties, chemical composition and therapeutic activities of nigella and its fats. The review highlights the therapeutic value of Nigella seeds to stop and treat many common diseases (illnesses) and to search for the current epidemic of infectious diseases (especially Corona virus). the latest details about Nigella will go a long way in boosting the immune system and improving safety in viral and fungal infections in humans.

Keywords: Anti-diabetic, antioxidant, essential oil, miracle herbs, nigellone, Nigella sativa, drug profile, ranunculaceae, thymoquinone.

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