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0 0.5 1 1.5 2+ Recovery time 39% Improvement Relative Risk Viral clearance, day 5 15% Viral clearance, day 2 40% Nigella Sativa  Idris et al.  EARLY TREATMENT Is early treatment with nigella sativa beneficial for COVID-19? Prospective study of 51 patients in Nigeria (Oct 2020 - May 2021) Faster recovery with nigella sativa (p=0.003) c19early.org Idris et al., The Nigerian Health J., Jan 2024 Favors nigella sativa Favors control

Nigella sativa oil (NSO) as an adjuvant in the management of mild COVID-19 infection in Kaduna state

Idris et al., The Nigerian Health Journal, doi:10.60787/tnhj-712
Jan 2024  
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Prospective study of 51 mild COVID-19 cases in Nigeria, showing faster recovery and improved viral clearance with nigella sativa oil (NSO) treatment. NSO patients received 5mL twice daily in addition to usual care (zinc, vitamin C and a multivitamin).
recovery time, 39.0% lower, relative time 0.61, p = 0.003, treatment mean 4.5 (±1.51) n=26, control mean 7.38 (±2.2) n=25.
risk of no viral clearance, 15.4% lower, RR 0.85, p = 1.00, treatment 3 of 13 (23.1%), control 6 of 22 (27.3%), NNT 24, day 5.
risk of no viral clearance, 40.5% lower, RR 0.60, p = 0.02, treatment 13 of 26 (50.0%), control 21 of 25 (84.0%), NNT 2.9, day 2.
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Idris et al., 15 Jan 2024, prospective, Nigeria, peer-reviewed, mean age 30.8, 8 authors, study period 27 October, 2020 - 20 May, 2021. Contact: twinsbrother17@gmail.com.
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Nigella sativa oil (NSO) as an adjuvant in the management of mild COVID-19 infection in Kaduna state
Umar Im, Oyefabi Am, Musa An, Ogunsina Am, Abdu -Aguye, Usman Idris
doi:10.60787/tnhj-712
Background: To assess the efficacy of Nigella sativa oil (NSO) in the management of mild COVID-19 infection in Kaduna state. Method: Quasi-experimental study among 51 mild COVID-19 cases enrolled in Hamdala isolation center from 27 th October, 2020 to 20 th May, 2021. Outcome variables were viral clearance, resolution of symptoms and duration of hospital stay after commencement of the different treatment regimen at level of significance P < 0.05 and effect size (Cohen's D 0.2= small, 0.5=medium and ≥0.8 = large). Result: Out of the 51 people enrolled in the study, 26 (51%) were placed on NSO plus usual care while 25 (49%) were on usual care alone with Mean age (SD) of 30.77±14.56 and 32.60±17.50 respectively. There were 16 (61.5%) females and 10 (38.5%) males in the NSO group and 19 (76%) females with 6 (24%) males in the usual care group. More patients on NSO have symptoms 12 (46.2%); ranging from fever, malaise, anosmia and loss of taste compared to 8 (32.0%) of the usual care group. Mean recovery time was significantly shorter 4.50±1.51 days in the NSO group, compared to 7.38±2.20 in the usual care with medium effect size (t-value = -3.483, Cohen's D = 0.7, P = 0.003). Repeat PCR test was significantly different 48hours after commencement of treatment between groups, with large effect size (t=2.706, Cohen's D=0.8, p=0.009). Conclusion: NSO as add-on therapeutic agent was associated with faster recovery, viral clearance and shorter duration of care than usual care alone in patients with mild COVID-19 infection.
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