Sacha Inchi Oil Q10 Softgel

Sacha inchi seeds contain favourable ratio 1:1 for omega 3 and omega 6, sacha inchi also name as ‘world plant nutrition’, ‘longevity fruit king’, ‘plant brain gold‘, ‘plant brain gold’ and ‘grown on the tree’ fish oil’.

Oxidation is a key step in hardening and narrowing arteries, where oxidized LDL-cholesterol (so-called ‘bad’ cholesterol) will cause inflammation in your body, cell damage and impair the blood vessel relaxtion. This caused the development of stroke and heart disease.

As an upgraded version of Sacha Q10, the additional Coenzyme Q10 can reduce the chance of heart disease and stroke! Besides, vitamin E and Coenzyme Q10, which are the powerful antioxidants to help to reduce the oxidative stress in the body.

Bonlife implements cold pressing technology to extract extra virgin organic Sacha inchi oil, which retaining maximum nutrients, having the effects of improving lipid profile, preventing cardiovascular disease, lowering blood pressure and maintaining skin health.

Vege Softgel is easier to swallow and can be melted in 12 minutes for better absorption.

Contains lesser saturated fat than fish oil and is free from aquatic contaminants caused by heavy metals.

An ideal fish-oil substitute for vegetarians to supplement the daily omega-3 oil needs, together with omega-6, and omega-9.

*Vege Softgel Patented Technology, Non GMO, no added preservatives, no artificial coloring, no artificial flavours, no additives




Benefits of Organic Sacha Inchi Oil:
Omega-3 and 9
-Reduces three highs (hypertension [1], hyperlipidemia [2], hyperglycemia [3])
-Improve cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel diseases) [4], reduce the risk of stroke and Alzheimer’s
-Promotes metabolism, help lose weight and gain muscle (stimulate insulin sensitivity)
-Improves sleeping quality
-Maintains skin elasticity, lock in moisture on the skin surface and smooth the skin

-Helps in lowering lipids and improving insulin sensitivity [5]
-Strengthens the body’s immunity
-Regulates hormone levels
-Promotes cell renewal (for example, repair sunburned skin)
-Maintains bone health

Vitamin K1
-Helps wound healing and prevents heavy bleeding
-May helps in cardiovascular health [6]
-May helps in decreasing the risk of getting Type 2 Diabetes [7]

Vitamin E
-Effective fat-soluble antioxidant
-Help to clear excessive free radicals to prevent too much oxidation happens in your body
-Easy way to prevent heart disease [8][9]

Coenzyme Q10
-Increased Energy To The Heart
-Improves and strengthens the cardiovascular system
– Prevent heart failure [10][11][12]
-Helps maintain normal blood pressure
– Reduce the incidence of stroke [13]
-Promotes energy production of body cells.
-Improves human immunity, enhance anti-oxidation, delay aging and enhance human vitality
-Potential in reducing migraine problem [14]

Suitable for:
Suitable for all ages adults. High cholesterol, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, heart disease, obese people and vegetarians

Sacha inchi oil
Vitamin E
Coenzyme Q10

Way of eating
Take 1-2 capsules a day after meals

60 vegetable softgels x 500MG

Certified from:
-ISO 9001
-Product liability insurance up to 1 million

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[3] A. N. Alayón, J. G. Ortega Avila, I. Echeverri Jimenez, and I. Echeverri Jiménez, “Carbohydrate metabolism and gene expression of sirtuin in healthy subjects after Sacha Inchi supplementation: A randomized trial,” no. 3, Mar. 2013, doi: 10.1039/C7FO01956D.
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[11] J. J. DiNicolantonio, J. Bhutani, M. F. McCarty, and J. H. O’Keefe, “Coenzyme Q10 for the treatment of heart failure: a review of the literature,” Open Hear., vol. 2, no. 1, p. e000326, Oct. 2015, doi: 10.1136/OPENHRT-2015-000326.
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[14] S. PS et al., “Efficacy of coenzyme Q10 in migraine prophylaxis: a randomized controlled trial,” Neurology, vol. 64, no. 4, pp. 713–715, Feb. 2005, doi: 10.1212/01.WNL.0000151975.03598.ED.

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