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Tripernol Green Lipped Mussel Oil Review

Tripernol Green Lipped Mussel Oil

Tripernol Plus ® Green Lipped Mussel & Curcumin Anti-Inflammatory & Antioxidant Supplement for Joint, Cardiovascular, and Overall Health


Tripernol Plus ® is a nutritional supplement containing potent Omega-3 fatty acids derived from pure, organic New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel oil (Perna canaliculus) and curcumin. The unique combination of Green Lipped Mussel oil and curcumin make Tripernol Plus a superior supplement for overall health. Tripernol Plus ® is manufactured by New Zealand-based company Bio-Mer and prides themselves in producing superior quality nutritional supplements.

As an anti-inflammatory, Green Lipped Mussel oil is superior to fish oil.

Tripernol contains a high level of phospholipids. Phospholipids are phosphorus fatty acids. The phospholipids that carry the Omega-3 oils in Green Lipped Mussel oil enhance the absorption of the Omega-3 oils in your body.

The unique combination of Omega 3s and phospholipids in Tripernol, and an extraction method that doesn’t compromise the oil, make Tripernol the best Green Lipped Mussel oil supplement on the market.

Most people eat way too many Omega-6 oils (soy oil, processed seed and nut oils, including canola oil) and very few Omega-3 oils ( found in Tripernol Plus ®, Krill oil and high quality cod liver oil). A deficiency in Omega-3 fatty acids may cause inflammation, pain and illness.

Tripernol Plus also contains curcumin.

Curcumin is the active ingredient in Turmeric. Turmeric is an orange colored rhizome (a rhizome is a root-like underground stem). Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a member of the ginger family. Turmeric has been used in India for thousands of years as a cooking spice, medicine, beauty aid and dye.

Curcumin is a powerful anti-oxidant.

It is 5 – 8 times more powerful than the antioxidants found in Vitamin E, and 3 times more powerful than the antioxidants in grape seed or pine bark extract. Turmeric extract worked as well as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug for treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee in a study published in the August 2009 issue of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

Read more about Turmeric Health Benefits.


  • Reduces inflammation in joints
  • Lubricates and soothes joints, improves “cushioning”
  • Helps digestion and elimination
  • Provides nutrition for your brain, supports mental clarity
  • Balances hormones – great for PMS and menopause
  • Strengthens immune system
  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Supports clear breathing – eases inflammatory conditions in the lungs


  • Aching joints
  • Dry skin
  • Poor memory
  • Heart conditions
  • Mood swings
  • Poor circulation


  • Help with anti-inflammatory action
  • Boost antioxidant protection against free radicals
  • Help to promote healthy skin
  • Support overall eye health
  • Provide immune system support
  • Aid skeletal system and joint health
  • Encourage healthy liver function
  • Help to maintain healthy cells with support against free radicals
  • Aid in balancing the health of your digestive system
  • Support healthy blood and your circulatory system
  • Assist with the maintenance of normal cholesterol levels
  • Assist your neurological system’s healthy response to stress
  • Promote a healthy female reproductive system
  • Help you maintain blood sugar levels already within the normal range

The main stumbling block in the use of Curcumin as a nutritional supplement is its very poor bio availability.

When taken orally and in a powder form, just billionths of the quantity are absorbed by your body. According to Italian studies, these nanogram quantities of curcumin that are in the blood plasma are simply too low to have a substantive effect.

A very promising solution has recently emerged, and that is combining Omega 3 fatty acids and curcumin.

Recent research has shown that the combination of DHA and EPA has a strong synergism with curcumin, and the effects of the mix have shown to be far greater than the individual effects of each. One article has suggested that the “unique signaling found in the combination is not explained by the effects of either compound alone.”

Green Lipped Mussel oil, which is high in Omega 3 fatty acids, is the perfect partner for curcumin.

BioMer also adds sunflower lecithin to Tripernol Plus. Sunflower lecithin is high in Phosphatidylcholine, which binds the curcumin. This bonding has resulted in the optimum concentration of curcumin with the Omega 3 fatty acids of the mussel oil.


EXTRAMEL is a melon juice concentrate rich in bioactive SOD (superoxide dismutase). SOD is an antioxidant enzyme that is naturally present in the cells of living beings. It is a cell’s first line of defense against reactive oxygen species (free radicals). Due to its enzymatic nature, ExtraMel is an extremely powerful antioxidant. Extramel has been clinically proven to substantially reduce stress and fatigue.

ORIGANOX is rosmarinic acid, a natural antioxidant extracted from oregano (Origanum vulgare). Origanox is an anti-inflammatory, and also supports brain health.


It is critical that you know which country your supplements come from, how they are manufactured and whether or not they are contaminated, adulterated and/or diluted with cheaper ingredients, additives, and preservatives. We recommend taking supplements made from whole food sources (as opposed to synthetically fabricated supplements) so you can get the most return on your financial and nutritional investment. Buy supplements that are nutrient dense – supplements your body can actually absorb and benefit from. Not all fish oils and Omega-3 supplements are created equally! According to an article in the Kansas City Star, a few years ago nearly all the fish oil consumed in the US was manufactured domestically or came from Europe. Now the use of fish oil supplementation has soared in the U.S., making fish oil supplementation the No. 3 dietary supplement in the U.S. As sales increased, some U.S. companies started importing fish oil from Chinese facilities. Dietary supplement manufacturers don’t usually disclose the private brands they make. It is good to know that the Costco and Wal-Mart brands of fish oil (Kirkland and Spring Valley) are coming from China. Tripernol comes from New Zealand. The oil in Tripernol is

“sourced naturally from the organically grown native species, Perna canaliculus, grown and harvested in the pristine waters of Stewart Island, the southern-most island of New Zealand. These waters are surrounded by National Park, so are free of farming and agriculture and untainted by pollution from farming runoff and industry. Tripernol is extracted from fresh live mussels, which keeps the nutritional quality of the oil intact. The mussel meat is not pre-dried. This prevents any detrimental oxidation of the fatty acids in the oil.” www.biomer.com


Your body cannot produce its own Omega-3 essential fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are ESSENTIAL to your health and well-being.Omega-3 fatty acids can only be obtained through food and supplements. Many people do not eat fresh fish on a regular basis. Supplementation with Omega-3 oils has become very necessary.


Tripernol Comparison ChartBio-Mer is the mussel grower, oil extractor (manufacturer) and now marketer of the green lipped mussel oil extract, Tripernol. This has removed the stages of additional mark ups in the steps carried out by our competitors who outsource the parts of the process that they can’t perform. Also, after 4 years of research and development Bio-Mer has a unique extraction process that not only captures the entire lipids as nature has created it, it is also very cost effective. According to Bio-Mer, 1 Tripernol soft-gel = 4.2 Lyprinol ® caps.


“Flax seed and other vegetarian omega-rich sources may also confuse consumers. These foods contain a fatty acid referred to as ALA, which is structurally different from the long-chain fatty acids found in marine fishes, referred to as EPA and DHA. These latter two omegas are key structural molecules in our heart and brain, according to Michael Brett, an aquatic biologist at the UW. Getting the same health benefit from consuming vegetable sources such as flax seed would be almost impossible because our bodies can’t utilize ALA efficiently, said Brett, who has his family on a daily regimen of fish-oil supplements.” “Study: Fish-oil supplements may cut breast-cancer risk” by Cassandra Brooks, Seattle Times staff reporter Seattle Times, July 11, 2010 Your body has a hard time converting ALA (alpha-linolenic acid – also known as LNA) into DHA and EPA. People with diabetes and schizophrenia may completely lack the ability to convert ALA into EPA and DHA. People with macular degeneration, and men trying to prevent prostate cancer, should avoid ALA (plant based sources of Omega-3 fatty acids such as flax seed oil) and stick with EPA and DHA supplementation, such as Tripernol Plus ® and Green Pastures Blue Ice Royal Fermented Cod Liver and Butter Oil.

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We offer Tripernol Plus at a great price and ship directly from the USA!

For a complete list of ingredients and dosage recommendations please visit our Tripernol Plus product page.


  1. Elizabeth McIver says: May 20, 2017
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