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Omega Oil-not Fish Oil

Edit is a specialized nutraceutical designed to provide an easy way to receive the natural health benefits of the essential fatty acids omega 3, 6, and 9. This formula contains a powerful ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 (4:1) taking into consideration dietary factors which influence human health. In addition, the dha and epa components are derived from phytoplankton microalgae providing a “fish oil-free” formula. All oil components are cold-pressed, hexane-free, and have not been genetically modified.


Essential fatty acid benefits:
promotes heart, artery, and blood vessel function*
supports healthy and normal cholesterol levels*
supports proper brain and nerve function*
promotes healthy joints*
assists immune function*
promotes healthy sleep patterns and mood*

supplement facts
serving size: 1.5 teaspoons
servings per container: 30

amount per serving % daily value*
calories 65
calories from fat 65
total fat 7 g 11%
saturated fat 0.5 g 3%
vitamin e 3 iu 10%
proprietary fatty acid blend 7,000 mg †
flaxseed oil, perilla seed oil, phytoplankton microalgae (schizochytrium) oil, peppermint oil, avocado oil, almond oil, sesame oil, walnut oil
* percent daily value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

† daily value not established.


Other ingredients: mixed tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate.


Adult directions: 1.5 teaspoons.


Refrigerate after opening

manufactured for the eniva corporation by the eniva research group

no stimulants, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors.


Guaranteed purity

omega fatty acid profile
omega-3 fatty acids 4,000 mg
alpha-linolenic acid (ala) 1,500 mg
elospentaenoic acid (epa) 10 mg
docosahexaenoic acid (dha) 150 mg
omega-6 fatty acids 1,000 mg
omega-9 fatty acids 2,000 mg

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