I agree, it is a scam, it would rot unless it had some sort of grain alcohol or was always cold, and mailed out packed in dry ice.
The reviews said they were feeling better, but it would be more effective to buy a fifteen dollar bottle of green algae oil extremely high with omega 3 fats and a bottle of soy or sunflower lecithin at a local grocery store and take a teaspoon or tablespoon a day or more of each. It would be cheaper and would do more good.
A friend years ago said they bought some caviar fish eggs and just one small spoonful a day they said their brain felt notability different and better. Which feels greedy becauae the oceans are in terrible shape and should be left completely alone for many years.
But I haven't had it in 20 years, it's too expensive. Unless you caught a wild fish yourself and ate the eggs, which would seem like being extremely greedy and wrong, unless it was something invasive from another country. Like the lionfish, normal Asian carp or the jumping Asian carp that are startled by boat motors, they are so plentiful that a company is grinding them up into cat food.
There's even a crawfish somewhere that apparently are self fertile and just keep cloning themselves, and a different kind from the southern states up in Michigan. They drained a lake in Michigan and thousands of these crawfish were coming out afterwards.
What is yout opinion about crawfish and lobster, MH? I know lobsters are sometumes called the cockroaches of the sea and can live potentially for a hundred years.
I'm surprised nobody is trying to sell meat or can up the nutria rodent brought over for fur production in the southern states, lionfish, African pythons, Nile crocodiles, or igwananas in Florida. Although eating something like python meat because it swims though mosquito infested water and eats everything and anything uncluding alligators and crocodiles would have more parasites than anything else.
There's a supplement made from a kind of duckweed called lentein mixed with pea protein that naturally has three types of b12 in it. There was a test group of people consume either soft cheese, duckweed, or peas, and after the test was over, the duckweed group had higher b12 than the cheese group. It's fifty dollars for a big tub.
- b12 in duckweed
- b12 in Korean purple laver seaweed
- b12 deficient rats were fed dried purple noir seaweed seaweed and their b12 increased