Download PDF

General Description

Superba Antarctic Krill Oil  is a supplement sourced from the krill species Euphausia superba in the Antarctic ocean. In addition, no chemical lubricants are used in the encapsulation process and this product contains no diluents, preservatives or binders, thus insuring maximal tolerance and absorption. Antarctic Krill oil contains long-chain omega-3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA), phospholipids, choline, and astaxanthin.  It is a powerful supplement that aids in resolving cardiovascular conditions, joint conditions, skins infections, and inflammation.

Some Reported Medicinal Properties





Research On NutraMedix Product

Medical Conditions [peer-reviewed journals]

Cardiovascular Support

Ahn, So Hyun, et al. Absorption rate of krill oil and fish oil in blood and brain of rats. Lipids in health and disease 17.1 (2018): 1-8. Full Article

Rundblad, A., Holven, K. B., Bruheim, I., Myhrstad, M. C., & Ulven, S. M. (2018). Effects of krill oil and lean and fattyfish on cardiovascular risk markers: a randomised controlled trial. Journal of nutritional science, 7. Full Article

Joint Health

Suzuki, Y., Fukushima, M., Sakuraba, K., Sawaki, K., & Sekigawa, K. (2016). Krill oil improves mild knee joint pain: A randomized control trial. PLoS One, 11(10), e0162769. Full Article

Ocular Support

Deinema, L. A., Vingrys, A. J., Wong, C. Y., Jackson, D. C., Chinnery, H. R., & Downie, L. E. (2017). A randomized, double-masked, placebo-controlled clinical trial of two forms of omega-3 supplements for treating dry eye disease. Ophthalmology, 124(1), 43-52. Full Article

Skin Support

Koçakoğlu, Ş., & Akpınar, E. (2020). Apparent Hyperpigmented Skin Blemish That Has Been Incidentally Treated with Oral Krill Oil: A Case Report. J Med-Clin Res & Rev, 4(1), 1-3. Full Article

Kim, H. D., Lee, S. B., Eom, S. H., Yu, D., Cho, S., Kim, Y. M., & Kim, S. B. (2021). In vitro Synergistic Antibacterial Effect of Ozonized Antarctic Krill Oil in Combination with Antibiotics against Bacterial Skin Pathogens. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology, 30(1), 133-137. Full Article

Medicinal Properties [peer-reviewed journals]

Medicinal Properties
[other journals]

Medical Conditions [other journals]


Conference Presentations

Patient Reports

Dosage Information


Safety Information

Product Label

Krill Oil - Cardiovascular (blood)

Krill (Euphausia superba) is a small marine crustacean with a lipid content. The mechanism of Krill oil function is not clear yet and research reports on the absorption rate of the phospholipids of krill oil in the blood and brain are very poor.

Download PDFRead more
Krill Oil - Cardiovascular (fatty)

Fish consumption and supplementation with n-3 fatty acids reduce CVD risk. Krill oil is an alternative source of marine n-3 fatty acids and few studies have investigated its health effects.

Download PDFRead more
Krill Oil - Joint health (mild)

Krill oil is an edible oil extracted from krill, a small red-colored crustacean found in the Antarctic Ocean. The administration of krill oil is reported to mitigate inflammation in patients with cardiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, or osteoarthritis. However, the effect of krill oil on mild knee pain has not yet been determined.

Download PDFRead more
Krill Oil - Ocular Support (Double)

To assess the efficacy of 2 forms of oral long-chain omega-3 (u-3) essential fatty acid (EFA) supplements, phospholipid (krill oil) and triacylglyceride (fish oil), for treating dry eye disease (DED).

Download PDFRead more
Krill Oil - Skin Support (Incedentally)

Krill oil is considered to be remarkable with its balanced content and its high bioavailability. There are various studies on different uses and benefits of krill. Astaxantin, one of the content of krill, was researched for cosmetic benefits like skin wrinkles and age spots. There are no sufficient number of studies on oral krill oil use for hyperpigmentation of the skin.

Download PDFRead more
Krill Oil - Skin Support (Ozonized)

Ozonized Antarctic krill oil (OAKO) exhibited a significant antibacterial activity against bacterial skin pathogens that cause various skin infectious diseases such as Propionibacterium acnes, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Staphylococcusaureus, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC)values of OAKO against these bacteria ranged from 128 to 256 μg/ml.‍

Download PDFRead more