An Alternative Source of Omega-3
500 mg of Sacha Inchi Oil per capsule
Support cardiovascular health and reduce risk factors
Reduces inflammation and promotes skin recovery
Easy to swallow small softgel capsules
What is Sacha Inchi Oil?
Sacha inchi oil is extracted from the sacha inchi (Plukenetia volubilis), a perennial (short-lived) plant native to South America and the Caribbean. The plant produces large, edible seeds that are dried, roasted, ground and pressed for oil extraction. It is rich in ALA (Alpha linoleic acid), a type of plant omega-3.
Sacha inchi oil also has trace amounts of omega-6 and omega-9 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). It serves as an alternative to omega-3 in fish oil.
Recommended Daily Intake: Take one (1) to two (2) capsules daily after meals.
Formulated in New Zealand
The Combined Sacha Inchi Oil Benefits
Reduces Plaque Formation
Lowers Bad Cholesterol
Controls Triglyceride Levels
Regulates Blood Pressure
Lessens Blood Clot
Improves Lipid Profile
Relieves Joint Pains
Supports Skin Health
Reduces Metabolic Syndrome
Promotes Better Sleep
Promotes Eye Health
FEATURING 500 MG SOFTGEL CAPSULES
Why Softgel Capsules?
Softgel capsules are the most stable way to store liquid-based ingredients like sacha inchi oil. They are also easier to absorb and have a long shelf life. Each capsule contains 500mg of sacha inchi oil with 205mg of ALA – the source of omega-3.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can take StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil anytime after meals, but we highly recommend it after breakfast in the morning. This is so you can feel the effects better for your daily tasks.
Anyone older than 12 years old can take up to two (2) capsules daily; for adults, recommended to take two (2) capsules directly as the optimum dosage. Children below 12 can take one (1) capsule daily, and below six (6) can take half to one (1) capsule daily.
StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil can be taken by everyone, including pregnant and breastfeeding moms. However, for pregnant, breastfeeding moms and individuals diagnosed with;
- High cholesterol
We recommend you take our StemLabs® Fish Oil Double Strength instead because it has a higher EPA and DHA dosage that might suit you better. Please refer to your doctor or pharmacist if you have any concerns.
Yes, you can take StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil with other supplements. It is a neutral single ingredient that should not interact with other supplements. However, if you are taking fish oil supplements or other similar products, please choose either one because both are omega-3 supplements.
Taking too many omega-3 supplements can cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, and irregular bowel movements for some individuals.
Yes, you can take StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil with other medications, but please leave a gap of one (1) to two (2) hours in between. If you are taking sensitive, high-dosage prescriptions or are undergoing treatments, refer to your doctor and pharmacist.
While research on sacha inchi oil does show that it can help lower and regulate cholesterol, we advise you not to stop your existing medication (if any). StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil is a supplement to support your diet with certain health benefits. It is not in any way a form of treatment or drugs.
Yes, StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil may help relieve joint pains because of its anti-inflammatory properties. If you are experiencing regular, consistent joint pains, we suggest you upgrade to StemLabs® Fish Oil Double Strength instead because its omega-3 concentration is higher.
If your joint pains persist, please refer to a licensed professional instead. StemLabs® Sacha Inchi Oil is only a supplement, not prescribed medication or treatment.
Fish oil and sacha inchi oil are sources of omega-3. As per the name, fish oil is sourced from fatty fish like salmon, anchovies, or other small fishes. Sacha inchi oil is sourced from the sacha inchi plant.
Between the two, fish oil has better bioavailability – it tends to be more compatible with your body. Sacha inchi oil is a good alternative if you have a seafood allergy or cannot handle fish.
For omega-3, you should look for the concentration of EPA, DHA, and ALA to judge its quality. You can normally find this on the product label.
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