High-Vitamin Concentrated Butter Oil - Grass-Fed | Radiant Life

Concentrated Butter Oil

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Formerly X-Factor® Gold Concentrated Butter Oil is now called Concentrated Butter Oil. It's a pure high-vitamin butter oil, from fertile soils and green grasses. This grass-fed butter oil is a most precious whole-food supplement.

A Pure High Vitamin Butter Oil!

From fertile soils and green grasses comes a most precious whole-food supplement: a grass-fed, high-vitamin butter oil from Green Pastures! It is the job of happy milking cows to munch growing green grasses and to produce rich creamy milk, which is then skimmed and centrifuged to make this beautiful, golden butter oil.

This concentrated butter oil is unique for several reasons. First, a specific combination of climate and irrigation is used to produce a rapidly growing specialized forage for the animals. The speed of the grass growth, the timing of the grazing of this grass, the species of grass, and the climate all ensure that the butter produced has optimal levels of vitamin K2, otherwise known as the "X-Factor". A careful low-temperature centrifuge process is then used to separate the oil while maintaining the full nutrient and essential fatty acid profile. No synthetic compounds of any kind are added.

According to the research of Dr. Weston A. Price, cod liver oil and butter oil, when taken together, provide complementary factors leading to proper essential fatty acid balance. Butter oil contains arachidonic acid (AA), an omega-6 fatty acid, while cod liver oil is rich in eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3. Moreover, the saturated fatty acids in the butter oil promote efficient utilization of the unsaturated fatty acids in the cod liver oil. Finally, butter oil contains a broad and deep range of important quinones including vitamins K, E, and CoQ enzymes while cod liver oil is rich in vitamins A and D. For more information, visit our pages on Fermented Cod Liver Oil and Fermented Cod Liver Oil/Butter Oil Blends.

Key Nutritional Benefits

  • Natural source of vitamin A and confugated linoleic acid (CLA)
  • Inspired by the work of Dr. Weston A. Price
  • Concentrated through centrifugation
  • Regularly tested for quality

Supplement Facts

Concentrated Butter Oil - Liquid

Serving Size: 1/2 tsp (2.5 ml)

Serving Per Container: 75

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 25  
Calories From Fat 25  
Total Fat 2.5 g 4%
Saturated Fat 1.5 g 8%
Cholesterol 5 mg 2%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.

This product is processed in a facility that also processes or stores shell fish, other families of fish, tree nuts, milk products and soy products.

Solidification or clouding may occur below 70° F.
Store in a refrigerator or dark cool place.

Ingredients: Concentrated Raw Butter Oil  Contains: Milk


Concentrated Butter Oil - Capsules

Serving Size: 2 Capsules (500 mg each)

Serving Per Container: 60

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 10  
   Calories From Fat 10  
Total Fat 1 g 2%
   Saturated Fat 1 g 5%
Cholesterol <5 mg <1%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.

This product is processed in a facility that also processes or stores tree nuts, milk, milk products and soy products.

Solidification or clouding may occur below 70° F.
Store in a refrigerator or dark cool place.

Ingredients: Concentrated Raw Butter Oil, unbleached beeswax (thickener), plant cellulose (capsules)  Contains: Milk

Allergies: If you or a family member suspects a food allergy, please consult your prior to using this product

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is Butter Oil Raw? How is it different than butter?

A. Butter oil is just the fat from butter, there are no proteins or whey left - just the most precious nutrients. Ours is made using 100% unpasteurized milk that has only been heated to 96 degrees F for bottling purposes. The cows are totally grass-fed so you will notice that the butter oil is very yellow, indicating high nutrient density.

Q. How is it different than ghee?

A. If the ghee is totally grass-fed, the main difference is that the butter oil is not heated beyond 96 degrees F at any point in the production process, and ghee is extensively heated, which would result in the loss of nutrients and a change in fatty acid quality.

Q. How should the product be stored?

A. After opening store in the refrigerator or a cool dark place such as a kitchen cabinet. Both sealed and opened butter oil will remain stable for up to 2 years if properly stored in this way.

Q. Do the cows eat growing green grass all year long?

A. The cows eat growing green grass from April through October. During the winter months, there is no green grass, so no oil is produced. During the summer months the grass is irrigated so it continues to grow quickly.

Q. Is the butter oil organic?

A. Our butter oil is better than organic! In order for a product to be certified organic, the cows must be fed organic soy and corn feed. Our cows are fed only grass while milking. No hormones or antibiotics are used.

Q. What does it taste like?

A. Butter oil tastes somewhat like butter, especially when refrigerated. Please note however that as a truly natural product, its taste can vary slightly from batch to batch.

Q. What is the X-factor?

A. In 1945, Dr. Weston Price described "a new vitamin-like activator" that played an influential role in the utilization of minerals, protection from tooth decay, growth and development, reproduction, protection against heart disease and the function of the brain. Using a chemical test, he determined that this compound, which he called Activator X, was found in the butterfat, organs and fat of animals consuming rapidly growing green grass, and also in certain sea foods such as fish eggs. Dr. Price died before research by Russian scientists became known in the West. These scientists used the same chemical test to measure a compound similar to vitamin K known as Vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 is produced by animal tissues, including the mammary glands, from vitamin K1, which occurs in rapidly growing green plants. Dr. Price found the highest concentrations of this nutrient in "the milk of several species, varying with the nutrition of the animal" and found the combination of cod liver oil and high-Activator X butter to be superior to that of cod liver oil alone. In the many butter samples he tested, Activator X was only present when the animals were eating rapidly growing green grass. In most regions, this occurred in the spring and early fall. (per research done by Chris Masterjohn, Feb 2008)

Q. When should I take it?

A. Butter oil can be taken anytime - with or without food. For optimal results, it is recommended that butter oil be taken in tandem with cod liver oil.

Q. I noticed that the product label indicates that butter oil is not a significant source of Vitamin A or D. Does butter oil contain any Vitamin A and D?

A. Yes, however, the amounts are less than those contained within our cod liver oil.

Q. Can I take this blend if I have a dairy intolerance?

A. The butter oil used in this product is free of all milk proteins, including casein. It is also free of whey and lactose. If you have a severe allergy or any additional concerns, please consult with your physician before taking it.

6 Reviews

  • Great!

    Mar 18th 2024 | By Ashley


    Great oil, very buttery

  • Green Pastures Concentrated Butter Oil

    Feb 28th 2024 | By Karen


    We recently started buying Green Pastures Concentrated Butter Oil to add to the Green Pastures Cod Liver Oil we take everyday. We feel it will be a healthy addition and are pleased with the product.

  • Concentrated butter oil

    Aug 10th 2022 | By Marcos P


    good product, widely recommended for all the benefits it brings.

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