I performed a quality test that I was recommended, this test consists of leaving the Omega 3 capsule more than 5 hours in the freezer, after doing so I took a toothpick and tried to pierce the capsule. If omega 3 is good, the capsule sticks easily, if the omega 3 is bad, the capsule does not stick easily. This is because the omega 3 inherent in deep-sea fish, at very low temperatures, has the function of preventing the fish's blood from freezing. Therefore, by simulating the same thing in the freezer, and by checking that the Omega 3 did not freeze, in fact, I was able to conclude that this product has quality. In addition, it is the rare brands that can find more DHA than EPA, and this contains 2.3 times more DHA than EPA. The amount of EPADHA, which is 1370 mg, relative to the total of 2 capsules, which is 1660 mg, corresponds to 82.5% of that total. This means that it is a very isolated Omega 3 product! I am satisfied so far, I will take it for 1 month or 2, and then I will see if I get results. In the market a lot of things are not sold, such as little isolated omega 3, with lots of oil to "fill chorizo", and low quality omega 3, probably obtained from sources other than deep-sea fish such as salmon. If the product is cheap and brings many capsules, something is not right, because Omega 3 BOM is usually expensive.