Flora DHA Vegetarian Algae
220 gr 60 Caps
Flora™ DHA Vegetarian Algae, a source of the omega-3 fatty acid, docosahexaenoic acid, promotes healthy blood triglyceride levels. Flora’s DHA Vegetarian Algae also supports an infant’s healthy neural and vision development when consumed by the mother during pregnancy and breastfeeding.


  • A source of the omega-3 fatty acid, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) for the maintenance of good health
  • For support of healthy blood triglyceride levels
  • Reduces serum triglycerides
  • DHA supports a baby’s healthy nerve and vision development of an infant when used by the mother during pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Every lot of raw material is tested for its potency, rancidity, and impurities such as heavy metals and microbiological integrity
  • Extracted with an aqueous expeller process
  • Provides all the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, without a fishy taste   and without the problems associated with overfishing or ocean-borne contaminants such as mercury, PCBs and dioxins

Adult Dosage: 1-3 capsules daily with food


Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)  250 mg (Sourced from 715 mg of Schizochytrium spp. oil)

NON-MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS: Medium-chain triglycerides, high oleic sunflower oil, modified food starch, carrageenan, glycerin, sodium carbonate / sorbitol, rosemary extract, sunflower lecithin, mixed tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate, purified water

Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool, dry place.

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Dairy Free, Kosher

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erika: a few months ago

Perfect vegan brain food!! Good level of DHA for a good price. No weird aftertaste. Strong Recommend.

Cerid: a few months ago

Excellent product. If vegan/vegetarian this product is a must to get essential oils.

Ada: a few months ago

I will definitely purchase this again.

Stephen: a few months ago

We haven't found it easy to find DHA at this level. A good product and if you check other producers of Omega 3, a reasonable price.

Zoe: a few months ago

bought 8 bottles since pregnant. One important fact about choossing prenatal DHA is that it will not trigger your vomiting during the pregnancy. This one is far better than the fish oil base DHA which I took for my first pregnancy. I didn't finish one bottle back then.

Lowell: about a year ago

This is one of the more inexpensive ones I found and though the pills are somewhat huge, I'm on my second bottle. No complaints with this product.

Janet: about a year ago

These are a great option for vegetarians. I find there is no fishy aftertaste.

Wendy: about a year ago

I have a fish allergy so this is a good way to get some omega 3.

Kia: about a year ago

I also completely disagree with the first reviewer. In fact, I find these to be so tasteless that I actually doubted the quantity of omega-3 in them for a while. Even flax oil can smell "fishy" because of its omega-3 content. I have been taking one capsule daily for months, and I'll often chew them if I don't feel like swallowing--that's how mild they taste to me. I think these are a great omega-3 supplement for vegetarians, especially during pregnancy when you are easily put off my strong tastes and smells, and because they contain DHA (and not just ALA).

Missie: about a year ago

My problem with this is that it smells really fishy. I was hoping to go the algae route to avoid it being smelly... I have tried Webber naturals and it didn't smell fishy. It does what it's supposed to, though.

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