Fish Oil Softgel

Overview Quick Details Function: Providing Energy Type: antioxidant. Model Number: soft capsule, SC01 Dosage Form: Capsules, Soft Capsule function: general health, powerful antioxidant. type: Healthcare supplement orgin: Guangdong China(Mainland) brand: Science Care or OEM Spec: 500mg/cap...

Product Details


Quick Details

Function:Providing Energy


Model Number:soft capsule, SC01

Dosage Form:Capsules, Soft Capsule

function:general health, powerful antioxidant.

type:Healthcare supplement

orgin:Guangdong China(Mainland)

brand:Science Care or OEM


Ingredient:fish oil, gelatin, glycerol, water

Certificate:HALAL, BRC, ISO22000, GMP,HACCP


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging bottle bulk blister carton

Delivery Time:after deposit 30-45 days




Function: general health, powerful,l antioxidant. antioxidant.HALAL,BRC,ISO22000, 
OEM service


Product name 

1000mg fish oil softgel capsules


Fish oil(DHA.EPA)


100000caps free samples are available


GMP certfied by CFDA and health Canada 



Shelf life 

   Three years, Subject to storage condition. Store in sealed containers and keep in a cool and dry place, avoid direct light and heat. Suggested temperature: 18℃~26℃, Humidity: 45%~65%. 


Effective for:

· High triglycerides. Research suggests that fish oil from supplements and food sources can reduce triglyceride levels. The effects of fish oil appear to be the greatest in people who have very high triglyceride levels. Additionally, how much fish oil is consumed appears seems to directly affect how much triglyceride levels are reduced. One particular fish oil supplement called Lovaza has been approved by the FDA to lower triglycerides. A one-gram capsule of Lovaza contains 465 milligrams of EP and 375 milligrams of DHA.


Likely Effective for:

· Heart disease. Research suggests that consuming fish oil by eating fish can be effective for keeping people with healthy hearts free of heart disease. People who already have heart disease might also be able to lower their risk of dying from heart disease by eating fish or taking a fish oil supplement. However, for people who already take heart medications such as a “statin,” adding on fish oil might not offer any additional benefit.


Possibly Effective for:

· Preventing an eye disease called age-related macular degeneration (AMD). There is some evidence that eating fish more than one time per week lowers the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.

· Preventing re-blockage of blood vessels after angioplasty, a procedure to open a closed blood vessel. Fish oil appears to decrease the rate of blood vessel re-blockage by up to 45% when given for at least 3 weeks before an angioplasty and continued for one month thereafter.

· Miscarriage in pregnant women with an autoimmune disorder called antiphospholipid syndrome. Taking fish oil seems to prevent miscarriages and increase live birth rates in pregnant women with antiphospholipid syndrome.

· Asthma. Some research shows that taking fish oil improves symptoms and lowers the need for medications in some, but not all, children with asthma. Other research shows that fish oil can lower the occurrence of asthma in infants and children when taken by women during pregnancy but not during breastfeeding. However, taking fish oil does not seem to improve asthma symptoms in adults.

· Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Fish oil seems to slow or slightly reverse the progress of atherosclerosis in arteries that bring blood to the heart (coronary arteries), but not in those that bring blood to the neck to the head (carotid arteries).

· Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Early research shows that taking fish oil improves attention, mental function, and behavior in children 8-13 years-old with ADHD. Other research shows that taking a specific supplement containing fish oil and evening primrose oil (Eye Q, Novasel) improves mental function and behavior in children 7-12 years-old with ADHD.

· Bipolar disorder. Taking fish oil with conventional treatments for bipolar disorder seems to improve symptoms of depression and increase the length of time between episodes of depression. However, fish oil does not seem to improve manic symptoms in people with bipolar disorder.

· Cancer-related weight loss. Taking a high dose of fish oil seems to slow weight loss in some cancer patients. Low doses of fish oil don’t seem to have this effect. Some researchers believe these patients eat more because the fish oil is fighting depression and improving their mood.

· Coronary artery bypass surgery. Taking fish oil seems to prevent coronary artery bypass grafts from re-closing following coronary artery bypass surgery.

· High blood pressure caused by the drug cyclosporine. Cyclosporine is a medication that reduces the chance of organ rejection after an organ transplant. Taking fish oil seems to prevent high blood pressure caused by this drug. .

· Psychosis. Taking a fish oil supplement might help prevent full psychotic illness from developing in people with mild symptoms. This has only been tested in teenagers and adults up to age 25.

· Damage to the kidneys caused the drug cyclosporine. Taking fish oil seems to prevent kidney damage in people taking cyclosporine. Fish oil also seems to improve kidney function during the recovery phase following the rejection of a transplanted organ in people taking cyclosporine.

· Developmental coordination disorder (DCD). A combination of fish oil (80%) and evening primrose oil (20%) seems to improve reading, spelling, and behavior when given to children age 5-12 years with developmental coordination disorder. However, it does not seem to improve motor skills.

· Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea). Research shows that taking fish oil, alone or with vitamin B12, can improve painful periods and reduce the need for pain medications in women with menstrual pain.

· Movement disorder in children (dyspraxia). Taking a fish oil product that also contains evening primrose oil, thyme oil, and vitamin E (Efalex, Efamol Ltd) seems to decrease movement disorders in children with dyspraxia.

· Endometrial cancer. There is some evidence that women who regularly eat about two servings of fatty fish weekly have a reduced risk of developing endometrial cancer.

· Heart failure. Research shows that a higher intake of fish oil from foods or supplements is linked with a reduced risk for heart failure.

· Heart transplant. Taking fish oil seems to preserve kidney function and reduce the long-term rise in blood pressure after heart transplantation.

· Preventing blockage of grafts used in kidney dialysis. Taking high doses of fish oil short-term seems to help prevent blood clot formation in hemodialysis grafts. Taking lower doses long-term does not seem to have this effect.

· Abnormal cholesterol caused by HIV/AIDS treatment. Some research suggests that taking fish oil reduces triglyceride levels in people with abnormal cholesterol levels caused by HIV/AIDS treatment. Taking fish oil might also reduce total cholesterol levels in these people, although results are inconsistent.

· High blood pressure. Fish oil seems to slightly lower blood pressure in people with moderate to very high blood pressure. Some types of fish oil might also reduce blood pressure in people with slightly high blood pressure, but results are inconsistent. Fish oil seems to add to the effects of some, but not all, blood pressure-lowering medications. However, it doesn’t seem to reduce blood pressure in people with uncontrolled blood pressure who are already taking blood pressure-lowering medications.

· A certain kidney disease called IgA nephropathy. Some research shows that long-term use of fish oil can slow the loss of kidney function in high-risk patients with IgA nephropathy. Fish oil might have greater effects when taken at higher doses. Also, it might be most effective in people with IgA nephropathy who have higher levels of protein in the urine.

· Weight loss. Some evidence shows that eating fish improves weight loss and decreases blood sugar in people who are overweight with high blood pressure. Early research also shows that taking a specific fish oil supplement (Hi-DHA, NuMega) lowers body fat when combined with exercise. However, other evidence suggests that taking another specific fish oil supplement (Lovaza) does not lower body weight in overweight people.

· Weak bones (osteoporosis). Research suggests that taking fish oil alone or together with calcium and evening primrose oil seems to slow the rate of bone loss and increase bone density at the thigh bone (femur) and spine in elderly people with osteoporosis.

· Psoriasis. There is some evidence that administering fish oil intravenously (by IV) can decrease severe psoriasis symptoms. Also, applying fish oil to the skin also seems to improve some symptoms of psoriasis. However, taking fish oil by mouth does not seem to have any effect on psoriasis.

· Psychosis. Some research shows that taking a fish oil supplement might help prevent full psychotic illness from developing in teenagers and young adults with mild symptoms. These effects of fish oil have not been tested in older people.

· Raynaud’s syndrome. There is some evidence that taking fish oil can improve cold tolerance in some people with the usual form of Raynaud’s syndrome. However, people with Raynaud’s syndrome caused by a condition called progressive systemic sclerosis do not seem to benefit from fish oil supplements.

· Abnormal cholesterol following a kidney transplant. Early research suggests that taking fish oil alone or together with cholesterol-lowering drugs can improve cholesterol levels in people with abnormal cholesterol levels after a kidney transplant.

· Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Taking fish oil by mouth, alone or together with the drug naproxen (Naprosyn), seems to help improve symptoms of RA. People who take fish oil can sometimes reduce their use of pain medications. Also, administering fish oil intravenously (by IV) reduces swollen and tender joints in people with RA.

· Stroke. Moderate fish consumption (once or twice weekly) seems to lower the risk of having a stroke by as much as 27%. However, very high fish consumption (more than 46 grams of fish per day) seems to increase stroke risk, perhaps even double it. Eating fish does not lower stroke risk in people who are already taking aspirin for prevention.


  fish Oil Soft Capsule Softgel


active ingredient:

sodium protein,fish oil[EPA DHA] vitamin E

inactive ingredient: 

gelatin glycerin

fill weight/tablet weight/weight:

1000mg- soft capsule


oval shape 

Packaging and storage:  

preserve in tight,light-resistant containers.Store in dry place

 and protect againstnhigh temperature,moisture and light.

shelf life