Are your products pharmaceutical grade?

The term “pharmaceutical grade” is typically only used to describe ingredients, rather than finished products. In addition, it is limited to only those ingredients that have a monograph in an official compendium such as the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP). Not all ingredients, however, have an official monograph, so to call these ingredients “pharmaceutical grade” would not be accurate.

Fish oil, which has an official USP monograph, is a good example for the use of the term “pharmaceutical grade.” Since the fish oil used in Super Critical Omega-3 TG meets the USP monograph requirements, it would be considered pharmaceutical grade. Separately, it also meets or exceeds other quality control requirements for fish oils and capsule production set by governments, health organizations, and trade associations around the world as listed below:

Government Organizations
Health Canada
European Union
Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

Health Organizations
World Health Organization

Monograph Standards
United States Pharmacopeia (USP)

Trade Organizations
Council for Responsible Nutrition
Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED)

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