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Cold-Pressed Botanic Oil Blends

February 4, 2013

US Patent No. 7,897,194 B2; Spooner, WI-based Botanic Innovations has been granted a US patent that covers the synergistic effect of antioxidant activity that occurs when its cold pressed black cumin seed oil is blended with other cold pressed seed oils. The antioxidant level after blending exhibits total antioxidant activity greater than the sum of the weighted average of the antioxidant activities of the individual oils. This patent covers the synergistic effect of antioxidant activity when used topically and/or when ingested, making black cumin seed oil, combined with additional Botanic Innovations seed oils, a powerful component within supplement products, as well as topical cosmeceuticals and personal care products, said the firm.
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