Rosita Extra-Virgin Ratfish Liver Oil 10ml
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Want to tap into ratfish oil nutrients? Our extra virgin ratfish liver oil is an antioxidant derived from the liver of Chimaera monstrosa. Like cod liver oil, ratfish liver oil gives you a natural source of vitamins A and D. Rosita extra virgin ratfish liver oil contains a full spectrum of naturally occurring fatty acids, antioxidants, and fat-soluble nutrients. Purchase rosita artisan ratfish liver oil and other antioxidants today at Superfoods Australia! Shop now!
Extra Virgin Ratfish oil is one of the worlds finest oils and contains 33% alkylglycerols.
Please note: The fish oils are nitrogen sealed so they are safe for shipment unrefrigerated for up to a month. They are shipped deep frozen. All oil is stored in the deep freeze so they are as fresh as the day we got them.
Our small bottle contains 10 ml - or 230 drops of its precious oil. This very rare and unique handcrafted oil - produced from ancient principles given to us from nature and its seasons - has shown remarkable properties through lab-testing and usage. Its naturally high content of antioxidants also gives it a very long shelf life.
Ratfish - chimaera monstrosa - is not related to any other fish species on this planet. The liver is more than 60% of its total mass weight and it has separate anal and urogenital openings. It is one of the oldest fish species known - containing substances and DNA found in mammals, sharks and fish. The ratfish (also called rabbit fish) is not the same as skate fish or ghost shark, it is not even close to be related to any of these fish species or any other fish species on this planet. find them). Lab-tests have revealed this oil to contain as much as 33% of the very precious alkylglycerols. With its estimated 1150 drops - depending on your demands, this bottle will be enough for extended usage. It lubricates, protects and de-calcifies with deep penetrating properties on/in very demanding surfaces and systems.
Third-Party Tested by the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling. If contact with the oil causes allergic reactions, please consult a physician.
Optimal and long time storage in freezing conditions down to -20 degrees Celcius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit). Opened bottles should always be stored in temperatures below 4-6 degrees Celcius (39-43 degrees Fahrenheit). The oil may become thick and cloudy when refrigerated or frozen: Gently shake before use. Make sure the pipette (glass dropper) does not make contact with any outside sources like your hands - this may "destruct" the antioxidants and create rancidity.
"These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease."
Postage: Postage is via Auspost Express post in Australia and Registered post International with signature. The fish oils are nitrogen sealed so they are safe for shipment unrefrigerated for up to a month. All oil is stored in the deep freeze so they are as fresh as the day we got them.