Black Seed | Saouda: Specialist of black seed (habba sawda)

First, the virus or bacterium will be attacked by macrophages.

The first macrophages to fight against these microbes will inform their commanders – the T lymphocytes – through a report on these aliens.

Then, T lymphocytes – also named white blood cells – will check the identity of the aggressors (virus, bacterium…).

T lymphocytes later send an alert message to B lymphocytes that will produce antibodies to better fight against

these microbes. B lymphocytes kind of stick a label on these infiltrators so that the immune system can recognise them instantly in future situations.

One great thing about the immune system is that it can record the signature of microbes.

This way, after any new positive identification, the immune system can set up a relevant defence.

Our body becomes then stronger and stronger.