Since the 1950’s, hundreds of scientific studies have documented remarkable results on black seed’s ability to help stop infections, regulate allergic reactions and improve the body’s defense systems. The black seed has earned a top-ranked position among the most promising plants in modern medical research.
Researchers attribute black seed’s power to its unique combination of oils, phytochemicals and other nutrients. Together they have amazingly potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The anti-inflammation benefits help explain black seed’s versatility since a wide range of medical conditions, from asthma and allergies to intestinal disorders to some cancers, has inflammation at their root.
Black seed oil’s diverse chemical makeup includes over 40 compounds with well-documented nutritional and therapeutic benefits. It is rich in powerful phytochemicals (such as thymoquinone, thymohydroquinone, thymol), Vitamin E, healthy oils and several vitamins and minerals. These work together to help provide protection against cell damage, harmful bacteria and inflammation.
The black seed oil used in SprinJene Toothpaste is cold-pressed, which is the more expensive way to go, but it has two significant advantages: First, it means no solvents – or detergents – are used to extract the oil. Plus you can be sure it’s pure—free from detergent residue.
The second benefit is perhaps more widely known. Cold-press techniques are, generally speaking, the best way to take care of the nutrients in an oil. (Any oil, not just black seed oil.) This is because heat isn’t used, and high heat will harm many delicate active ingredients. Since black seed oil is composed of a rich and diverse range of nutrients, we want to take good care of all of them!
SprinJene toothpaste combines the powers of nature and science to deliver safer, more effective oral care options to accommodate the needs of brushers of various lifestyles. All SprinJene products are certified halal, vegan, kosher, cruelty free and gluten-free.
Disclaimer: The FDA recognizes black seed oil as a safe ingredient. Black seed oil has not been approved by the FDA to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.