Evening Primrose Oil provides essential fatty acids including GLA. As it supports your glandular system, EPO helps strengthen tissues and may promote bone health.
Source of omega-6 oils. Black Currant Oil has about twice the density of GLA (gamma-linoleic acid) of evening primrose. Also may substitute Flax Seed Oil.
- Provides the body with important fatty acids.
- May help the body maintain proper temperature.
- Strengthens body tissues.
- Supports the glandular and circulatory systems.
- May help promote bone health.
How It Works:
Evening primrose oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a fatty acid that assists the body in producing prostaglandins (messengers in the body that perform hundreds of important functions).
15 IU vitamin E (50% Daily Value) and evening primrose oil.
Take 1 softgel daily with a meal.
Source of essential omega-6 fatty acids
Evening primrose is a rich source of omega-6 oils. The body can use these oils to build prostaglandins needed for a wide range of body functions.
Fatty acids are required for many body functions including regulating temperature, building nerve sheaths, and producing energy. Essential fatty acids are used to build prostaglandins which are required for many other critical bio-chemical processes.
Black Currant Oil has about twice the density of GLA (gamma-linoleic acid) of evening primrose. Also may substitute Flax Seed Oil.
To understand more about essential fatty acids, refer to Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill by Udo Erasmus.
Each capsule supplies 45 mg GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) 300 mg linoleic acid, 15 IU vitamin E (as a preservative) plus unspecified levels of oleic and palmitic oils.