<em>Dietary Terms:</em><br>Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Product of Canada<br>New Roots Herbal?s Seabuckthorn softgels are formulated with 1000?mg of omega-7?rich sea buckthorn fruit and seed oils, with an additional 40?mg of goji seed oil.

New Roots Herbal - Seabuckthorn Oil, 30 Millilitre

$43.99$146.63/100ml
Gluten Free

Description

Dietary Terms:
Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Product of Canada
New Roots Herbal?s Seabuckthorn softgels are formulated with 1000?mg of omega-7?rich sea buckthorn fruit and seed oils, with an additional 40?mg of goji seed oil.

Ingredients

Each softgel contains:
Organic sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) fruit oil, 16?54% palmitoleic acid, 2?35% oleic acid, 1?15% linoleic acid 600?mg
Organic sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seed oil, 13?30% oleic acid, 30?40% linoleic acid, hexane-free 400?mg
Organic goji (Lycium barbarum) seed oil 40?mg
All oils are supercritical CO2 extracted from organic berries grown on the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau.
Other ingredients: Natural vitamin?E (mixed tocopherol concentrate, from non-GMO sunflower) in a softgel composed of bovine gelatin, glycerin, and purified water.
Product Number: 00628747115858

Often bought with

Sibu - Omega-7 Support Sea Buckthorn Oil Sibu - Omega-7 Support Sea Buckthorn Oil, 60 Each$34.99

Description

Dietary Terms:
Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Product of Canada
New Roots Herbal?s Seabuckthorn softgels are formulated with 1000?mg of omega-7?rich sea buckthorn fruit and seed oils, with an additional 40?mg of goji seed oil.
Product Number: 00628747115858

Often bought with

Sibu - Omega-7 Support Sea Buckthorn Oil Sibu - Omega-7 Support Sea Buckthorn Oil, 60 Each$34.99

Disclaimer

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