TheraPure Health Essentials protocol for pineal gland decalcification:

1/2 tsp baking soda in water once a day
HCQ (or tonic and quinine)

Raw cacao
Ratfish liver oil (the real deal!)
Turmeric with piperine

Cannabis (THC, CBD, CBG)
Apple cider vinegar (recommend Braggs®)

Try this cuppa cocoa:  Heat 1 cup of water. Add 1 tbsp or more of your favorite
brand of r
aw cacao powder to an empty glass cup, and add dashes of
black pepper, Himalayan pink salt, and cinnamon powder. Pour hot water
and stir / melt in 1 tbsp or more of no-sugar-added honey.... Mmmmmm!



* Harvested sustainably & wild-caught *
* The only unprocessed fish liver oils available
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* Pure, raw & packed with nutrients
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* Support for the pineal gland to help with rest and mediation *

* Cold-pressed using ancient Viking method *
* Ratfish Liver Oil available in 10ml and 50ml bottles *





Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil

The Vikings' secret "gold of the ocean"

Rosita's wild-caught, handcrafted Ratfish Liver Oil is an ancient whole food derived from the liver of Chimaera monstrosa, also known as the ratfish. The Norwegian vikings and Scandinavian fishermen regarded ratfish liver oil as a precious gift from the sea, ranking it above all other fish liver oils. Its rarity and exceptional properties were a major reason they called it the "Gold of the ocean."

    100% Ratfish liver oil from the Helgeland fjords of Norway.
    Wild-caught, handcrafted, minimally processed and raw.
    With a concentration alkylglycerols of up to 33%, it beats that of shark liver oil, according to independent lab tests.*
    Contains natural vitamin A and vitamin D. Vitamin A is in the active, retinol form and the vitamin D is D3, the most bioavailable, cholecalciferol form.* Contains the powerful antioxidant, alpha-tocopherol, or vitamin E, in the most biologically and chemically active form.* Has up to 54 mg/g of omega-3 fatty acids, 24.4 mg/g EPA and 15.7 mg/g of DHA. Contains a full spectrum of healthy fats, including phytosterols, and multiple forms of omega 4, 6, 7, 9, and 11 fatty acids. Never heated above room temperature nor treated with chemicals, bleaches or deodorizers.
    Free of any additives.
    Mild, buttery taste – less fishy than cod liver oil.
    Highly resistant to oxidation and rancidity.

Ratfish Oil: A unique nutritional powerhouse from the pristine Northern Fjords. The liver of the ratfish yields a special oil that:

    Has vitamins, healthy fats and unique compounds that support your immune system, your heart . . . your entire body!
    Was used by the ancient Vikings for respiratory, lymphatic and digestive health. They also used it topically and to keep their immune system strong overall.*

Ratfish Oil can have a concentration of 33% alkylglycerols – much more than shark liver oil!

You may have heard about shark liver oil. Scandinavian folk healers and modern researchers attribute sharks' ability to maintain amazing health to the oil in their livers. Two clinical studies and close to a score of animal and lab studies confirm this. What's more, shark liver oil's components have been proven to help keep your immune system strong and manage healthy cellular reproduction throughout.

Now what does this have to do with ratfish oil?

Researchers conclude that much of shark liver oil's health-sustaining power comes from the alkylglycerols in it. Alkylglycerols are also found in bone marrow, the spleen, human milk and colostrum… and in ratfish livers.

With a concentration of 33% or more alkylglycerols, ratfish liver oil seems to have one of the highest concentrations of this special substance! When researchers at the Institute of Aquaculture at the University of Stirling in Scotland saw these results, they were stunned. They stated these very high levels were "unusual for fish oil".

Just a few drops of this mild, buttery oil from the ratfish livers can bring significant healthy results, including increasing your body's production of all red blood cells;* and spurring your body to produce cytokines, special immune messenger chemicals that are linked to curbing inflammation and keeping your tissue healthy as it replaces old cells.*

But while researchers are intrigued by alkylglycerols impact on keeping us healthy, that's not the only standout benefit from ratfish oil.

Ratfish Liver Oil contains Alpha-Tocopherols, the active form of vitamin E, your body's most abundant fat-soluble antioxidant.

What is the recommended dosage for Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil?

Rosita is premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it’s critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a very small dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

In general we recommend to shake first and serve with food.

Adults: Take 4 to 8 drops daily.
Children and sensitive individuals: Take 1 to 4 drops daily.
Infants (as approved by doctor): Take 1 to 2 drops in the mouth or mixed with breast milk.
Breastfeeding moms: May consume the oil directly (2 to 5 drops daily) and allow the rich
nutrients to pass through the milk to the baby.

If taking RFO (ratfish liver oil) and EVCLO (extra virgin cod liver oil) at the same time:
1/4 tsp. EVCLO and 4 drops RLO.

Or you can alternate weeks:
Week 1 - 1 tsp. daily EVCLO
Week 2 - 4-8 drops daily (adults) RLO
Week 3 - 1 tsp. daily EVCLO, etc

How do I store Ratfish Liver Oil?

Of all the edible oils, Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil is one of the most stable due to its naturally occurring vitamin E profile. Nevertheless, proper storage is critical in conserving the oil’s nutritional properties. Our oils are packaged in small, dark glass bottles to protect them from light and oxygen; thus preserving freshness.

Please store Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil in the refrigerator or freezer.

Shelf life for unopened bottles: 3 years from production date if stored in the refrigerator, 5 years if stored in the freezer.

Shelf life for opened bottles: Once opened, store Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil in the refrigerator and consume within 3 months. Replace cap after every use and return to the refrigerator to extend freshness.

Avoid any contact with the glass dropper (skin contact may cause degradation of the antioxidants).

Should Ratfish Liver Oil be taken on an empty stomach or with food?
Either way is fine, although taking with food can help with ingestion of the oil.

What vitamins are present in Ratfish Liver Oil?

Vitamin A: Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil contains safe levels of the active form of vitamin A (also called retinol or preformed vitamin A).

Vitamin D3: It also contains natural vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), rather than vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol or pre-vitamin D). The body also manufactures vitamin D3 from cholesterol, through a process triggered by the action of sunlight on the skin. Very few foods naturally contain vitamin D3. Good sources include fish liver oil and fatty fish like salmon. Other fish species (including other species of cod) do not contain measurable amounts of natural vitamin D3.

Low ratio of vitamin A to vitamin D: It’s also important to note that Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil has a naturally low ratio of vitamin A to vitamin D. This low ratio is unique among fish liver oils. Research suggests that a low ratio may allow vitamin D to exert its full protective physiological effects within the body.*

Vitamin E: Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil contains alpha-tocopherol, the biologically and chemically most active form of vitamin E, and by far the most abundant lipid-soluble antioxidant in humans.


EXTRA VIRGIN COD LIVER OIL


Rosita is the only producer of genuine, raw Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil.
With other commercial “natural” brands, even if a cold-pressed extraction
procedure is used to produce cod liver oil, a heat associated method is
still required to purify the oil of contaminants. We are also the only
company using a heat-free and chemical-free natural purifying method.

This unique, patented method makes use of a substance naturally occurring
in the ocean that has the ability to attract and bind to contaminants like
a magnet. This substance, together with its bound contaminants, can then be
gently removed from the oil in a similar way that sediments are removed from
a fine wine. Here’s more information on how our Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil
is created and on our patent.

Should I take the liquid or the softgels?

Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil is exactly the same regardless of the form you
choose to purchase. Both the softgels and liquid have a full spectrum of omega
fatty acids, high levels of vitamins A and D in their natural, unadulterated form
and are raw and fresh.  

In terms of the milligrams per bottle, the liquid is more economical. At roughly
½ a teaspoon a day, the liquid can last two months, whereas the bottle of softgels
will last a little under one month.

Customers that choose to purchase the softgels do so mostly because they want to
avoid the taste of fresh fish. The softgels are also convenient, as they do not
require refrigeration and are great for travel. Lastly, the softgels have the
added benefit of being made from fish collagen. Fish collagen is more easily
absorbed than bovine collagen (which often comprises the softgel casing of other
supplements on the market) and is supportive of skin, hair, nail and joint health.*

Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil is a real Norwegian cod liver oil that’s fresh, raw and handcrafted from wild livers via an ancient extraction technique that’s completely natural. The oil is completely unrefined and produced under the total absence of heat, a process that protects its nutritional value. Further, No chemicals, solvents and mechanical devices are ever used during the extraction process. This type of cod liver oil is both precious and rare — something that’s almost impossible to achieve on a commercial level.

Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil has a pale/golden color and a mild, fresh fish taste. It is thoroughly tested by leading universities and government-linked institutes

Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil is the only fresh, wild-caught and raw cod liver oil in the entire world. Straight from pristine Norwegian seas, it contains naturally occurring vitamins A and D, and a full spectrum of omega fatty acids, including omega-3 EPA and DHA.

If you do the research, you’ll find that most commercial cod liver oils are highly processed with heat that wipes out the natural vitamins A and D, and damages the fragile omega-3 fatty acids. To make up for the loss, most cod liver oil producers will add synthetic vitamins.  

Yet Rosita family is in control of the entire process from fish to bottle, giving you the most precious and nutritional cod liver oil on the market.

Ingredients:
Wild-caught cod liver oil, rosemary, organic vitamin E.

Benefits:
Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil contains a naturally rich and rare nutrient profile that lends itself to myriad health benefits:

Vitamin A: It has true vitamin A in retinol form, which means the body can easily absorb and use it (unlike the vitamin A found in plants as beta-carotene). Vitamin A is involved in immune function, vision, reproduction and cellular communication.

Vitamin D: Rosita’s vitamin A also works hand-in-hand with its vitamin D, which helps the body absorb calcium to support bone health.*

Omega fatty acids: Rosita’s full spectrum of fatty acids (including omega-3 EPA and DHA) are known for reducing inflammation and preserving brain health.*

Dosage for Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil:

Best taken with food, as needed.

    Adults: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon daily.
    Children and sensitive individuals: 1 to 4 drops daily.
    Infants (as approved by doctor): 1 to 3 drops daily. Drops may be administered by spoon or by dropper prior to feeding.
    Pregnant and nursing mothers: Do not exceed more than ¼ teaspoon daily.
    Low and slow: Rosita is premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it’s critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a very small dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what dosage feels right for you.

How to take Rosita liquid:

Here are some quick tips on “prepping” your pure cod liver oil for the most optimal taste:

    Before taking your preferred dose, take it out of the fridge and set it on the counter for two minutes.
    Then shake! This allows your oil to be properly distributed (it’s a full-spectrum oil, so shaking it makes for a consistent taste).
    Some people like to enjoy a slice of orange afterward for a refreshing chaser.

Here are the dosing recommendations for Rosita softgels:

    Adults: 3 softgels daily. (90 capsule bottle will last 30 days)
    Children and sensitive individuals: Begin by taking 1 softgel daily. The softgels may be punctured with a pin and the oil expressed into mouths of young children.
    Infants (as approved by doctor): 1 to 3 drops daily. The softgels may be punctured with a pin and the oil expressed into the mouth of an infant.
    Pregnant and nursing mothers: Do not exceed more than 3 softgels daily.
    Best taken with food, as needed.

Important: Rosita is premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it’s critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a very small dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

As a side note, here are a few tips on “prepping” your fresh Rosita liquid for the most optimal taste:

    Your bottle has to be refrigerated.
    Before taking your preferred dose, take it out of the fridge, set it on the counter for two minutes.
    Then shake! This allows your oil to be properly distributed (it’s a full spectrum oil, so shaking it makes for a consistent taste).
    Some people like to enjoy a slice of orange afterward for a refreshing chaser.

Some other fun ideas:

Why not try making “mølje”— a traditional northern Norwegian fish dish which is very
nutritious and remarkably rich in vitamin D! Poach the white meat of cod, cod liver
and a slice of grainy, pale orange cod roe (preferably from sustainably caught wild
codfish) in salty water with a chopped onion. Remove from the water and mix ingredients
together in a bowl. Add Rosita to the mixture and enjoy! Great for topping up vitamin D
levels for the winter.

Externally: Not as a substitute for internal use, but it can also be rubbed into the skin.
The oil can also be used topically for wounds and as a skin elixir.

Storage:
    Refrigerate after opening.
    Once opened, consume within three months (may become thick and cloudy when cold).
    Unopened bottles can be stored in the freezer for up to two years.

Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil is fresh, wild caught and raw — from the
clean waters of the North Atlantic. Given all of these unique factors, it
tastes like fresh fish! Nothing is done to alter the taste or smell of the
oil. No flavorings are added.

Many people enjoy the taste, while others may find it very fishy.
 
Please keep in mind, there’s nothing like it on the market, so Rosita’s
inherent taste is unlike the cod liver oils you can pick up at the grocery
store. An industrially processed cod liver oil that tastes like lemon or
is bland is likely is devoid of its proper nutrients. Here, you can be
assured that the unprocessed, synthetic-free cod liver oil you get from
Rosita is as fresh as the day it was bottled.
 
If you’re really sensitive to the taste of fresh fish, we also offer Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil softgels, which have very little to no taste at all.

What is the major research that supports the use of Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil?

Cod liver oil has traditionally been consumed as part of the diet, in particular,
by people living in northern coastal areas of Norway. It was crucial to survival,
especially the cold, dark and stormy conditions. It was also said to support people
with health issues including rheumatism, aching joints and stiff muscles.* At the
beginning of the 20th century, scientists established that cod liver oil was
antirachitic (therapeutically effective against rickets), and so mothers would
give it to their children to support their immune systems.* Modern scientific
studies lend credence to the historical views.

It turns out cod liver oil is a nutrient-rich whole food. Unadulterated cod liver oil is a
time-honored source of vitamins A, D3, and long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, especially
docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).