Capsules N°19 - Schwarzkümmelöl

Schwarzkümmelöl Capsules

The all-rounder in the allergy period

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Black cumin is a knee-high plant from the buttercup genus and contains valuable seeds with over 100 highly effective ingredients in poppy-like capsules. Your natural companion before and during allergy season. Contains black cumin oil (lat. Nigella sativa).


Virgin oil from black cumin seeds, coating agent: bovine gelatine (capsule shell, glycerine, water), DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate.
Recommended intake: Take 1 capsule daily with plenty of liquid.
Nutrients

Per daily dose 
(1 capsule)

% NRV*
Vitamin E5 mg42
Black Cumin Oil500 mg

 * NRV = % of the nutrient reference values (as per VO (EG) Nr. 1169/2011)

Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Adjustments to the formula may lead to deviations in the composition stated here - the current composition can always be found on the label.

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