The Only Plant-based Omega-3 (DHA) Spray
Introducing Ora Organic's Plant-based Omega-3 Spray!
Let's look at the Facts:
- 600mg DHA - We go on about this a lot, but it's important! DHA is the most important of the Omega-3 Long-chain Fatty Acids, making up more than 30% of the essential fatty acids in the human brain . All other Omega-3 fatty acids must be converted to DHA before the body can absorb them . That's why we chose DHA - it's more expensive, but you don't have to take 20x as much of it to get the Omegas your body needs.
- Made from Microalgae - Algae is where fish get their Omega-3 from! We've gone straight to the source; farmed in pure water away from the oceans, our microalgae is sustainable, deodorized, and delicious.
- Doesn't taste like fish! - Our in-house chef has flavored the spray with Organic Orange and Pineapple, so you're not left with any fishy aftertaste, and kids LOVE it.
- It's a spray - It can seem a bit weird at first, but hear us out. Algae (and fish) oil will oxidize and spoil if it's exposed to oxygen; by keeping it in a spray bottle, we ensure that you get that fresh citrus taste as well as the maximum dose of DHA per serving.
Ora, in the Maori language of New Zealand, means life, health & vitality.
Ora (in California) is a small team of Kiwis and Americans based in San Diego and New York, that creates organic, plant-based, chef-designed & sustainable nutrients.
Our Plant-based Omega-3, Organic Probiotics + Prebiotics and Organic Superfood Protein are made with the organic, plant-based ingredients. We choose to only make products with health benefits that are proven by decades of scientific, medical and nutrition research. The supplement experience can and should be enjoyable (not just tolerable), which is why we brought on an in-house Chef to make our products taste great. No more giant horse sized capsules or pinching your nose to down your daily dose.
We're backed by science. Our network of advisors and researchers help us to formulate the evidence-based, studied, sustainable products.
1. Bradbury J. Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA): An Ancient Nutrient for the Modern Human Brain . Nutrients. 2011;3(5):529-554.
2. Gerster H. Can adults adequately convert α-linolenic acid (18:3n-3) to eicosapentaenoic acid (20:5n-3) and docosahexaenoic acid (22:6n-3) Int. J. Vitam. Nutr. Res. 1998;68:159–173.