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

White blood cells really act like an army when microbes attack our cells.

Bacteria use toxins to poison our cells.

On the other hand, viruses try to infiltrate our cells to multiply inside them to eventually destroy them.

How does our immune system defend itself?

Let’s imagine a cut on the skin surface.

Microbes around in the air will penetrate the body via this cut.

As soon as they penetrate, white blood cells will detect infiltrators and move for interception.

These white blood cells – also named macrophages – patrol our body and attack any potential alien.

Through them, our body is protected to make it a real fortress.

Unfortunately, macrophages alone are not always enough.

Some bacteria attack directly white blood cells and manage sometime to penetrate inside our cells.

For our body, it is then danger zone. As a result, the body sets up a genuine military strategy.