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Fermented cod liver oil, high vitamin butter oil, natural cinnamon flavor, organic stevia leaf, silica.
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Reviews For Blue Ice Royal Butter Oil / Fermented Cod Liver Oil Blend - Cinnamon Tingle
Based on 10 Reviews
Had higher hopes...But tasted good
After reviewing many different sources to treat my moderate, young adult acne (cheeks, mostly) I found that many people said they benefited from CLO. The taste is actually pretty good, it reminds me of cinnamon gum. The only bad thing is that it broke me out TERRIBLY. I had acne all over my jawline, which is something that has never happened to me before in my life! After using this product about 2 solid months with no decrease (actually, an increase) of acne, I called it quits. If you are trying this for acne, I would definitely reconsider and find food sources of omegas, vitamin A and D, etc. It has taken me about 3 months after stopping to get rid of the acne I got from eating this product.
My kid loves the flavor!
Important supplement for remineralizing teeth, but often difficult to tolerate. This flavor really works for my 3-year-old, especially when mixed with raw honey.
This tastes like a spoonful of cinnamon from the spice rack. I can't say I love that but you can't taste fish at all and any burps(there aren't many) only taste of cinnamon. It's been a few weeks, but I'm getting used to the taste and a spoonful of oil isn't so bad. My kids, ages 5 & 2 don't like it at all, the cinnamon is too strong. They prefer the unflavored.
After reading a number of articles about cod liver oil, and how the industry has manipulated the vitamins, I finally found this product that leaves the vitamins in cod liver oil alone. The fermenting of the oil makes the vitamins more bioavailable and the DHA/EPA remains unaltered. And the butter oil adds the "Activator X", or vitamin K2 as mk-4.
Fabulous as always
All of Green Pastures products are top notch quality, but I especially like this formulation, as you taste no fish oil, only tasty cinnamon.
My naturopathic physician "prescribed" this before bed, teaspoon/day. I was so shocked at the unexpected terrific taste!! I could sit with a spoon and a jar of this and eat it like pudding. So much better than straight cod liver oil, ugh.
- Toni Jo
This stuff is super healthy for many reasons, which you can google. But I think it seems to help my keratosis pilaris on the back on my upper arms, which is great.
Love this! And my 2 year old eats a serving of it without any complaints (:
Great for our whole family!
I tried the non-flavored and it was revolting (sorry.) But this is so disguised I can eat it off the spoon without chasing it with anything! My 3 and 6 year old will eat it off the spoon as well.
I wondered about what they meant by 'natural cinnamon flavor' so I emailed Green Pasture. They replied, "Natural flavor is the natural inherent flavor of the oil. Nothing artificial added; ever. We use natural cassia oil for our cinnamon flavor."
The only Cod Liver Oil to buy
This is the only FCLO I buy, as the quality is superb, and the cinnamon taste makes it much easier to swallow that the other flavors. The price isn't too terribly different than the other places that sell it, but being able to purchase it, plus other items together is a huge benefit.
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