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Sea Buckthorn Oil 500mg

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375mg of Omega-7 per daily serving.

About this product

Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is a berry bush which is grown in Asia and Europe. It has been used for thousands of years in traditional medicines in many cultures, and we now know why this fruit has been so popular. Quite simply, its nutrient profile makes sea buckthorn one of richest sources of nutrients on the planet. In addition to Vitamins C, A and E, it contains omega fatty acids, carotenoids, minerals, and phytonutrients. Sea Buckthorn is also an important source of Omega-7 (Palmitoleic Acid).

Natures Aid Sea Buckthorn Oil 500mg softgels contain 375mg of Omega-7 per daily serving. Sea Buckthorn Oil is also a natural source of Omega-3, 6 & 9.

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Categories Omegas 3,6,7 & 9, Eye Health, Women's Health, Vegan , Omegas 3,6,7 & 9, Eye Health and Women's Health
Status Small oval vegetarian softgel capsule
Form & Pack Size 10mm diameter oval softgel capsule
Pack Size: 60
Dosage Instructions Take 2 softgels per day with food. Do not exceed the recommended intake.
Age Restriction Suitable for all ages but it is advised to reduce dosage according to age and weight.
Packaging 120ml white PET bottle in cardboard box
EFSA approved claims None

2 capsules will provide:

Omega-7 (Palmitoleic Acid)

300mg  

Omega-7 (Cis-vaccenic Acid)

75mg
Other Omega's
Omega-3 (Alpha-Linolenic Acid)    110mg

Omega-6 (Linoleic Acid)

95mg
Omega-9 (Oleic Acid) 110mg

Vegetable Gelatin (Corn Starch, Carrageenan), Glycerine.

  • Vegetarian & Vegan.
  • No artificial colours or flavours.
  • FREE FROM: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Dairy, Lactose, Salt, Soya, Sugar & Starch.
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