Evening Primrose:What about its aroma essentials and natural gamma-linolenic acid.
- Basic Botanical Info:Evening Primrose.
- Evening Primrose Physical Characteristics and Botanical Description.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents of Evening Primrose.
- Evening Primrose Edible Uses and Properties.
- Evening Primrose Oil and Other GLAs.
- Herbalism medicinal uses of Evening Primrose.
- Evening Primrose Suggestions and Administrations.
- How Evening Primrose Can Help.
- Evening Primrose History and Uses:Area of Adaptation,Cultivation and Processing.
- Evening Primrose Research Update.
Applications and Properties:
Relieve the itchiness.Anti-inflammatory/Arthritis/Rheumatoid Arthritis/joint pain.
PMS Relieve/Menopausal symptoms.
Hormone balance.Mild sedative.Nerve disorder.
High blood pressure.High cholesterol.
Combinations:some combination detailed in literature for treat a variety of health complaints.
Evening Primrose with Black Currant Seed Oil provides a concentrated blend of Essential Fatty Acids (particularly Gamma-Linolenic Acid - GLA) from Evening Primrose and Black Currant Seed oils to gently support women through the menstrual cycle.
Just like vitamins, there are certain fatty acids your body cannot produce, yet are essential for optimum health and therefore must be obtained through your diet or supplementation. Used traditionally in America and Europe to support women's health, Evening Primrose and Black Currant oils contain high levels of GLA, an essential Omega-6 fatty acid and an important precursor to hormone-like substances in the body called prostaglandins. Evening Primrose Oil has been shown to support GLA levels and help to alleviate the mood swings and physical discomfort associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) for some women.
Dosage:For skin rash, the recommended daily dosage is 6 to 8 g for adults and 2 to 4 g for children. For mastalgia, the recommended dosage is 3 to 4 g daily. For PMS, the recommended dosage is 3 g daily.
Safety and Toxicity:
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