No, the oil can be consumed throughout the day.
Evening Primrose Oil
Cold-pressed, unrefined, highly nutritious, dietary, vegan product without gluten and artificial additives 100% evening primrose seed oil
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Only recently has evening primrose oil become famous for its incredible health benefits. As the most critical pharmacological ingredient, evening primrose contains polyunsaturated fatty acids: alpha-linoleic acid, gamma-linoleic acid, and about 8% saturated fatty acids. A lack of essential fatty acids leads to inflammatory processes on the skin; that’s why it is recommended to take evening primrose for chronic inflammatory processes and diseases, such as psoriasis, various eczemas, and neurodermatitis. It is used orally to treat lowering cholesterol, diabetes, atherosclerotic changes, improving brain functions, and stomach ailments.
It regulates the balance of sex hormones, so it has a special place for ailments characteristic of the female body. For starters, women worldwide take evening primrose oil to treat PMS symptoms naturally because of its essential fatty acid content; it can also help reduce unwanted menopausal symptoms. Taking enough omega-6 fatty acids, such as LA and GLA, has been shown to support overall hormonal function in the body over three to six months.
Evening primrose oil, used cosmetically or topically, generally exhibits soothing and moisturizing properties and is gentle enough for use on sensitive and prematurely aging skin. It is believed to moisturize and improve the elasticity and texture of flaky skin, making it an ideal ingredient for mature skin. When used on the hair, it hydrates and nourishes the scalp to strengthen it and soothe itching, dryness, and inflammation, thus preventing and reducing hair loss.
Controlled by: Institute for Public Health Nis
Number and date of the decision on the dietary product entry into the Ministry of Health database: 14431/2019, dated 05/27/2019.
Ingredients and Allergens
Product composition: 100% evening primrose seed oil
It may contain traces of peanuts, stone fruits (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, and cashews), and sesame
Country of origin of raw material: China
Use and Storage
Oral use: Evening primrose oil is taken preventively once for 25 drops and therapeutically three times for 25 drops per day.
External use: It is applied to the skin in the places where the medicinal effect is to be achieved.
Exceeding the daily dose is not recommended.
The product should not be used by people sensitive to the product’s ingredients, small children, pregnant women, and breastfeeding women.
No contraindications were observed during long-term use
Store in the original packaging in a dry, dark, and cool place, away from sources of heat and sunlight.
Method of production
Evening primrose oil is obtained by cold pressing the ripe seeds. It does not go through any refining stage, making it an unrefined oil.
Nutritional value tables
May contain stone fruits (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts and cashews) and traces of sesame.
Often bought together
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Frequently asked questions
Is there a recommended time to drink the oil?
Can men also use it?
Evening primrose oil is one of the allies in the fight against infertility and impotence because it improves circulation and enables better blood flow throughout the body, making it an excellent supplement for men.
Is it suitable for menopausal women?
According to certain studies, evening primrose oil effectively alleviates symptoms of vasomotor conditions in menopause.
Can it be applied to wounds, and if so, how does it help?
Omega-6 fatty acids in evening primrose oil nourish the skin and heal wounds.
How to use evening primrose oil in case of acne problems?
To reduce the chances of future breakouts, dab 2-3 drops of evening primrose oil on pimples to help them heal.