Fish Oil



Traditionally used to reduce triglyceride and cholesterol levels.


Omega-3 acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids which are derived from vegetable oils sources – shorter chain – and from marine sources – long-chain. These acids are mainly extracted from deep-sea and cold-water fish, such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardine, etc. The most important acids are the eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids; these are called essential acids because they cannot be synthesized by our bodies. As said acids are necessary for our development and protection, it is essential to incorporate them in our diet or by way of supplements.


Therapeutic indications and uses

An adequate intake of Omega-3 acids contributes to restoring triglyceride and cholesterol levels to normal, enabling blood flow and avoiding blood clot formation owing to their antiplatelet aggregation action.



Each tablet contains:

  • Omega-3 fish oil 1000 mg.
  • Excipients q.s.


50 capsules.

Recommended intake

Children: take one capsule a day at lunch.
Adults and pregnant women: take two capsules at lunch, or one capsule at lunch and one capsule at dinner.



Not to be taken by people allergic to fish. Patients taking anticoagulants might suffer from bleeding.