Evening Primrose Oil

Ingredients

Each Capsule Contains
Evening primrose oil 500mg
(Oenothera biennis Seed :
10% Gamma-Linolenic acid,
75% Linoleic acid)

Dosage recommendation

Take 2 Softgels 2 times per day

Total Serving Size

500mg, 200 Softgels

Evening primrose is an attractive herb that grows in mild climate of North American and Europe as well as many other areas of the world with similar climates.

However, evening primrose is cultivated and processed primarily in Canada and the United States. Evening primrose oil has been praised for centuries for its healing powers in a wide range of ailments. The secret of the evening primrose is in the seed, which contains the essential fatty acid GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid). Most of the health benefits of evening primrose oil come from this powerful substance.

 

Evening primrose oil has been used to support relief from pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), symptoms of menopause, and breast pain due to hormonal changes during menstruation. Research has shown that evening primrose oil may help alleviate breast pain, bloating, depression, and cramps for women suffering from PMS. There have been many instances where women have seen these symptoms lessen or disappear altogether after they started supplementation with evening primrose oil.

In addition, Essential fatty acids of Evening Primrose Oil-- such as omega-6, found in EPO, and omega-3, found in fish oil -- are used as building blocks for a number of molecules in the body. Your body needs a balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids for good health.

In addition to omega-6 fatty acids, evening primrose oil contains linoleic acid and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). Both linoleic acid and GLA are believed to have very positive health and medicinal indications. Linoleic acid may affect how the body utilizes insulin, maintains weight, and fights diseases such as heart disease. GLA may help to inhibit the body's production of chemicals that cause inflammation.

  Codeco Evening Primrose Aids in...

Eczema
  Many studies suggest that Eczema is linked to gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is abundant in EPO
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  EPO is widely used by many women worldwide to reduce symptoms of PMS
Breast pain due to menstruation
  EPO is widely used throughout the world for treatment of breast symptoms
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy
  Some studies found that GLA abundant in EPO may reduce the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy
Blood Pressure
  EPO may lower blood pressure

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