Anyone have any experience with Quinton or Marine Plasma?

My wife is pregnant with a CF baby due in January. My aunt owns a health products company in Colorado and she's been doing some research and talking with doctors and she highly suggests that we start some treatments with a product called Quinton which i believe is also called marine plasma. It's supposed to be great for all around health and help fight diseases/sickness etc. She's sending 6 boxes for free to get started which is awesome, and so far I haven't seen anything negative about it. Does anyone have any experience with this stuff?
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