Many of the tribes visited and studied by Dr. Weston A. Price praised organ foods as special and sacred, prioritising them over all else.

Incorporating organ meats into the daily diet can be an overwhelming challenge! Not only are they difficult to source, but the unfamiliar preparation methods and unusual flavours and textures of these foods can be prohibitive

Dr Ron’s Ultrapure Organ and Gland products are sourced from grass-fed, organically raised New Zealand cattle and lambs, and provide the freeze-dried equivalent of around 30g of fresh, raw organ meat per 6 capsule serve. 

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Adrenal Gland with Cortex

$98.00

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Liver

$65.00

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Organ Delight

$98.00

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Prostate

$86.50

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Testicle

$86.50

Dr Ron's Ultra Pure

Freeze Dried Thyroid with Liver

$98.00

Radiant Life

Radiant Life Freeze Dried Liver Powder

$75.00

Traditional cultures the world over have considered animal organs and glands to be some of the most essential, nutrient-dense foods available. Many of the tribes visited and studied by Dr. Weston A. Price praised organ foods as special and sacred, prioritising them over all else:

  • Many indigenous tribes in North America ate raw organs, particularly emphasising liver and adrenal glands
  • The Swiss natives of the Loetschental Valley nourished themselves with hearty, slow-cooked stews of meats, organs and bones
  • The Eskimo peoples savoured the vitamin A rich livers of sea mammals
  • Several African tribes consumed large quantities of game liver for it’s strengthening, health-reviving properties

Many esteemed clinicians believe that consuming raw organs has a profound effect on an individual’s organs. The 16th century physician Paracelsus wrote that “The heart heals the heart, the spleen heals the spleen, like cures like.” Dr Ron Schmidt, the creator of these fantastic products, has noted:

‘Radioisotope labeling studies in animals have shown conclusively that, when eaten, organs and glands selectively travel to the corresponding organs and glands in high concentrations. This research, done at the University of Scotland in Edinburgh, lends credence to the ancient practice of eating animal organs to help ensure health in one’s corresponding organs and helps explain why eating organ meats plays such a central role in traditional cultures.’