Plant-Based Selenium


Vegan-Friendly Selenium Made From Organic Mustard Seed

Our organic, plant-based selenium supplement is extracted from mustard seed and contains other natural co-nutrients from the plant. Highly bioavailable and vegan-friendly, this essential trace mineral is a powerful antioxidant that performs several critical functions within the body. Each bottle of plant-based Selenium contains 60 vegetarian capsules.

  • Supports the Thyroid
  • Strengthens the Immune System
  • Organic Formula
  • Plant-based selenium

Plant-based selenium

What Is Selenium?

Selenium is required to stay healthy. The primary role of selenium is to support the thyroid as well as to help it use iodine and produce hormones. Selenium is also necessary for a strong immune system, healthy cardiovascular function, and efficient metabolism. Despite its importance, it’s easy to fall short on your selenium intake when relying on food alone. A natural, high-quality selenium supplement is the answer.

This all-natural, plant-based Selenium Formula is made with selenium extracted from certified organic mustard seeds. It's perfect for ensuring that you consistently get the bioavailable selenium selenium you need to support your health and wellness. Every bottle contains 60 capsules and lasts two months when used as directed.

Health Benefits of Selenium

Selenium is an essential nutrient that supports many of the important processes in your body that keep you healthy.

Thyroid Support

Selenium helps ensure normal thyroid hormone levels. It’s also used to produce glutathione peroxidase, an antioxidant enzyme that protects the thyroid.

Immune Booster

Your immune system can only help you if it’s strong, and selenium can help. As an antioxidant, selenium helps neutralize free radicals and support white blood cells.

Healthy Metabolism

If you’re trying to lose weight but your metabolism says no, selenium could be the tune-up you need. Supporting the thyroid encourages normal metabolic function.

The Top 5 Reasons You Need Selenium

Don’t Risk Low Selenium

Supplementation is an easy and reliable way to get the selenium you need.

Helps Heart Health

Selenium soothes oxidative stress, balances oxygen levels, and supports blood flow.

Clear Your Mind

Do you need to sharpen your focus and think more clearly? Selenium can help.

Stay Energized

A healthy thyroid means waking up rested and having more energy throughout the day.

Anti-Aging Antioxidant

Selenium is a strong antioxidant that slows down the free radicals that cause aging.

What's in Selenium

  • Selenium (from Certified Organic Mustard Seed Extract)
  • Vegetable Capsule (cellulose)
  • Organic Gum Acacia

Reasons you need selenium

Suggested Use

Take one capsule daily or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.


Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Serving Per Container: 60

Amount Per Serving %DV
Selenium (From Certified Organic Mustard Seed Extract)‡ 200 mcg 365%
*Daily Value (DV) not established

Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsule (cellulose), Organic Gum Acacia.

‡Orgen-SE® is a registered trademark of Orgenetics, Inc.®

Selenium Suggested Use

Take one capsule daily or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.

Frequently Asked Questions About Selenium Supplement

How Much Selenium Do We Need?

The recommended dietary allowance of selenium for adults can range from 55 to 200 mcg. Adult females may need as little as 55 mcg; adult males as little as 70 mcg; pregnant females at least 65 mcg; and 75 mcg/day for lactating females. For adults, the safe upper limit is 400 mcg/day.

Which Foods Contain Selenium?

Foods that contain selenium include Brazil nuts, brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, garlic, grains, sunflower seeds, walnuts, raisins, and seafood. Seafood like tuna and halibut are sources of selenium, but can also contain heavy metals like mercury. Also, note that while fruits and vegetables can contain selenium, they only absorb it, but don’t produce it. This means that the actual amount of selenium in any particular fruit or vegetable depends on the selenium content of the soil in which it is grown. If the selenium content in the soil is low, it will be in the food as well. Since you’re unlikely to know the selenium content of where your food is grown, that’s another reason to take a selenium supplement.


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