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The fresh, whole meat from a haddock fish.

Hemp Seed Oil   

An oil that may be helpful to heart health, and cardiovascular function, and may help to prevent degenerative diseases. Contain 3:1 ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids. Contains DHA to improve brain health and provides excellent support for skin and coat. Hemp seed oil provides antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties.


The fresh, whole meat from a herring fish.

Herring Meal   

The fresh meat of a herring with the moisture removed. One pound of meal is equal to three pounds of whole meat.

Herring Oil   

A specific animal fat that is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids


A chemical detergent used in toothpaste as an anti-stain whitener.

Honey-Fried Licorice Root   

A root that may be helpful in strengthening the Qi of the spleen and heart, moistening the lung, clearing heat toxins, calming muscle spasms, and moderating the effects of other herbs.


A plant that may be helpful as an expectorant and may encourage mucous to drain from the body. It also may dilate nasal passageways and may be a bronchial dilator. This would allow more oxygen to be absorbed into the lungs.


A plant that may provide benefits to the skin, hair, and bones. Horsetail may support bone heath, may help as a natural diuretic, may promote wound healing, and may provide anti-inflammatory benefits.

Hyaluronic Acid   

May be helpful for stiffness and joint pain and may contribute to proper joint lubrication as it is a part of synovial fluid and cartilage.


A flowering plant that may be helpful to dissolve bladder and kidney stones. Hydrangea may also be helpful for bladder infections.

Hydrogenated- Green   

The use of water to breakdown substances.


Both protein and fat are sometimes broken down or hydrogenated to change their structure. The most common hydrolyzed ingredient is animal protein. Hydrolyzed protein molecules are broken down (shortened) to reduce their ability to cause an allergic response. The process has the disadvantage of reducing nutritional value and palatability. The risk of diarrhea may also be possible, especially if there is no transition time.

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