Ingredients in 2 vegan capsules
Organic Black Seed (Nigella sativa) oil 800mg
Sunflower lecithin, vegan capsule (hypromellose), vegan capsule (chlorophyll), sunflower oil
Not recommended during pregnancy or nursing without consulting your health care provider prior to use.
May support a healthy inflammatory response.*
- May maintain a healthy respiratory system
- May promote respiratory wellness
- May support liver protective antioxidants
Dr. Jill’s Commentary
Even though Black Seed oil is well known in Ayurvedic medicine as a trusted lung tonic, it has another magic trick up its sleeve when it comes to mold. It protects the liver from toxicity related to Verrucarin exposure – one of the trichothecene mycotoxins from toxic mold species such as Fusarium and Stachybotrys.
This is especially important when a person’s mold exposure is coming from a contaminated HVAC system, where not only the spores are afloat, but also the mycotoxins. In these cases, the respiratory system needs extra anti-inflammatory support from spore exposure, and the organs of detoxification need help detoxifying and removing the mycotoxins. Black seed is there for both tasks.
I like this form of Black Seed Oil because of how its processed. Supercritical CO2 extraction is the wave of the future for botanical medicines, beautifully retaining the healing compounds of the herb.
From The Book
Here are some key points from my book, Break The Mold, so you can see how this PROTECT tool fits into a mold recovery plan. This picture best describes the steps to recover your health after a toxic mold exposure.
The first solution is to AVOID mold!
AVOIDANCE means getting away from the mold.
FUNDAMENTALS involve specific foods and lifestyle factors that can greatly improve your ability to conquer mold.
PROTECT and REPAIR is accomplished with targeted nutrients to manage the toxic damage from mycotoxin exposure.
FIGHT means conquering fungal overgrowth in your body.
*This statement has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent a disease.