TriNutra’s standardised black seed oil approved for use in dietary supplements in Thailand

TriNutra announced recently that its cold-pressed black seed (Nigella sativa​) oil marketed as ThymoQuin, has received approval from the Thailand Food and Drug Administration as a novel food to be sold in dietary supplements.

The ingredient is standardised to three per cent thymoquinone with less than 1.25 per cent of free fatty acids. The higher the free fatty acids, the higher the acid value, which is an indication of the rancidity of the oil.

“We found that for most of the oil, I would say 90 per cent of the black seed oil cold-pressed, have a very high acid value.

“Acid value is an indication of the rancidity of the oil. A high acid value is in the level of 8 per cent free fatty acid, this is equivalent to about 16 per cent acid value,” ​said Morris Zelkah, CEO of TriNutra.

He explained that the company had kept the free fatty acids low by controlling the cultivation and the processing condition.

“With this, we can have about 1.25 free fatty acid, which is below 2.5 acid value.”

The ingredient is now available in Thailand via its exclusive distributor Aumento Chemical Ltd.

Black seed oil is traditionally used in Thai herbal medicine for its benefits in digestive health and blood circulation, said Watcharee Saponowong, managing director of Aumento Chemical.

“Black seed oil is one of the recipes in Thai herb medicine formulas. Thai people who are interested in herbal medicine and Thai traditional medicine know it very well.

“Thai tradition mentions that black seed oil is used to improve the digestive system and blood circulation; it can also act as an antimicrobial and antibacterial, and help with dizziness, nausea, faintness, and more,” ​she said, in response to queries from NutraIngredients-Asia.

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