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24 oz size comes in two bottles 16 oz + 8 oz
48 oz size comes in two bottles 32 oz + 16 oz
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100% Cod liver Oil
Cod Liver Oil, a golden oil derived from the livers of cod, Gadus morrhua and other species of the cod family. It is a good source of the omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which are becoming well recognized for their health benefits. This particular cod liver oil has values of vitamin A and vitamin D at the following levels: 1000 IU/g Vitamin A, 100 IU/g Vitamin D.
Derived from the livers of cod fish.
Shelf life is guaranteed for three years from the date of production if the product is stored in the unopened original container between 15 C – 30 C, protected from light.
Cod liver oil is used for high cholesterol, high triglycerides, kidney disease in people with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoarthritis, depression, an autoimmune disease called systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), glaucoma, and middle ear infections (otitis media).
Some people put cod liver oil on their skin to speed wound healing.
When taken in appropriate doses by mouth, cod liver oil seems to help lower high triglycerides (a type of blood fat), lower high blood pressure, and treat some symptoms of kidney disease related to diabetes. It doesn’t seem to lower high cholesterol or reduce arthritis pain. Other uses are still under investigation.
This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.
The following doses have been studied in scientific research:
For lowering triglycerides: 20 mL of cod liver oil per day.
For high cholesterol: 30 mL of cod liver oil per day.
For lowering blood pressure: 20 mL of cod liver oil per day.
Side Effects & Safety:
Cod liver oil is LIKELY SAFE for most adults and children when taken by mouth. It can cause side effects including belching, bad breath, heartburn, loose stools, and nausea. Taking cod liver oil with meals can often decrease these side effects.
High doses of cod liver oil are POSSIBLY UNSAFE. They might keep blood from clotting and can increase the chance of bleeding. Vitamin A and vitamin D levels might also become too high with high doses of cod liver oil.
The safety of cod liver oil when used on the skin is unknown.