Study shows thymoquinone’s immune support effects

The compound was compared against other immunomodulating compounds, including curcumin

An in vitro cell study and review showed the phytochemical compound thymoquinone to have a significant impact toward improving immune system function, particularly mitigating viral challenges. The compound, found in black seed oil, was compared against various immunomodulating compounds and was reportedly found to be the best performer, acting directly against specific aggressors to improve health outcomes.

Ken Redcross, MD, said. “The study solidifies thymoquinone’s ability to strengthen cellular immunity and compares thymoquinone positively against other known immune support actives. Thymoquinone, the main component of black seed oils like ThymoQuin, out-performed all other actives in the peer-reviewed publication.”

TriNutra claims its Nigella sativa has a higher thymoquinone content than is typical. Extracted using a cold-press process, ThymoQuin is a black seed oil standardized to 3% thymoquinone with very low free fatty acid.

“Taken daily as directed, safe, all-natural and non-GMO ThymoQuin offers the highest level of thymoquinone per dose in a full spectrum oil,” said Redcross. “Patented ThymoQuin also demonstrates the strongest antioxidant and inflammatory-regulating benefits found in a non-drug substance.”

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