North American Herb and Spice
EFA Orega (1 oz)
EFA Orega, the original berry seed essential fatty acid supplement. It contains omega-3s, -6s, and -9s in the ideal ratio for optimal nutritional value. EFA Orega is not only made with red and black raspberry seed oils it also contains oregano oil and rosemary oil for supreme antioxidant protection. EFA Orega can be used internally on a daily basis also it can be used topically as needed.
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