Evening Primrose Oil 1000mg 90 Capsules

Evening Primrose Oil 1000mg 90 Capsules

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Evening Primrose Oil 1000mg 90 Capsules

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Directions: 1-3 capsules daily

Ingredients: Evening Primrose Oil 1000mg (cold pressed)

Providing:  Linolenic Acid 716 mg. Gamma-Linolenic Acid 100 mg

Other ingredients: Soft gel capsule


Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.


Evening Primrose Oil Benefits


Whether through topical or oral use, evening primrose oil has a number of health benefits. 

These are the main ones:


Weight loss


Primrose oil does not make you lose weight, but it can be an important component of the weight loss process, if you combine it with a diet and physical activity, you can lose weight with primrose oil.

That's because primrose oil:

  • Can help decrease fat stores, since it stimulates the body to use the nutrient as a source of energy.
  • Reduces the glycemic value of the meal and improves the control of the blood glucose, consequently favoring the decrease of the appetite.
  • Rebalances hormone function, improving metabolism and making fluid retention (and uncontrolled appetite).
  • Reduces carbohydrates absorption, which helps digestion and prolong satiety.
  • Contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is an addition to controlling appetite, also prevents the excessive release of insulin, a hormone that stimulates fat storage in adipocytes (fat cells).

In a study developed at the University of California, researchers found that ex-obese women who received 890 mg of GLA per day for one year had a lower weight gain than volunteers who consumed olive oil. As all these women had previously had a major loss of weight, it was possible to conclude that the GLA has a positive effect on the fight against scales.

Reduces Cholesterol

Researchers have known for many years that gamma-linoleic acid helps reduce high LDL (bad cholesterol) levels, and that this effect is due once again to the action of GLA, which inhibits the synthesis of cholesterol and triglycerides.

As nevertheless the primrose oil also lowers HDL levels, the tip is to combine it with fish oil (omega 3), which raises the "good cholesterol" rates.

Important for the skin health, hair and bones

In addition to being good for the skin in general, evening primrose oil also strengthens hair strands and prevents osteoporosis.

Skin: Primrose oil helps to treat a number of skin problems, such as psoriasis and eczema. LA and GLA also assist in the prevention and treatment of age-related structural skin changes such as loss of elasticity, redness, and decreased tonicity; 

Hair: Primrose oil benefits for hair are directly linked to the hormonal rebalancing promoted by this supplement. While in men baldness is primarily due to the great sensitivity of hair follicles to DHT (dihydrotestosterone), women may have hair loss due to factors such as stress, poor eating habits, excessive exposure to toxins and also hormonal imbalance. Although primrose oil does not completely prevent hair falling, GLA helps nourish hair and can be effective in fighting hair loss.

Bones: when combined with fish oil, Evening Primrose Oil may aid in bone health as it increases calcium absorption. A controlled study found that women who received 6 grams of fish oil combined with evening primrose oil and 600 milligrams of calcium over three years had no loss of spinal bone mass.

Treats acne

Although most of the treatments for acne focus on the symptoms, the best way to solve the problem is to "attack" its causes. And it is known that the main one is hormonal dysfunction, a villain who acts in silence. Therefore, instead of using only topical creams, a good tip is to use primrose oil via oral. In addition to rebalancing the hormones, GLA still participates in cell structure and increases skin elasticity, improving the overall appearance of the tissue.

Control blood pressure

Evening primrose oil helps reduce pressure because:

  • Inhibits cholesterol synthesis;
  • Reduces inflammation;
  • Strengthens the artery wall.

Thus, it prevents the formation of clots that obstruct the arteries and improves blood flow, facilitating the passage of blood through the vessels.

Relieves the pains of rheumatoid arthritis

Clinical studies with patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis have shown promising results regarding the use of evening primrose oil as a natural treatment for the disease.

In a study published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, researchers were able to observe that patients who received a supplement of pure primrose oil, or in combination with fish oil, showed a significant improvement in the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

After 12 months of daily primrose oil use with or without fish oil, study participants had significantly reduced the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

According the authors of the research, a possible explanation for the results would be exactly the performance of GLA, which becomes prostaglandins, and these in turn combat the inflammations that cause pain and swelling in people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Attention Deficit

Children and adults may obtain an improvement in the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with treatment with primrose oil. And the explanation, although not totally proven by science, seems simple: people with ADHD often have a deficiency in several essential fatty acids, including omega-6 fatty acids.

Although the results were not highly significant, some improvement was seen in children with ADHD who received evening primrose oil during a study published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. More pronounced results were observed when primrose oil was combined with EPA and DHA, two omega-3 fatty acids commonly found in fish such as sardines and salmon.

Improves PMS and Menopause Symptoms

These are probably two of the key benefits of primrose oil, which acts through gamma-linolenic acid. GLA can not only decrease inflammation but also regulate the hormones involved in the menstrual cycle.

Women who suffer from strong symptoms of premenstrual tension or menopause may have a low conversion from LA to GLA, a deficiency that can be alleviated by regular use of evening primrose oil.

According to a study published in the journal Lipids, primrose oil can help reduce unwanted effects such as bloating, breast pain, mood changes, headaches and acne.

Published in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, a six-week study developed with 56 menopausal women showed improvement in heat waves with the use of evening primrose oil.

Improves eczema

The treatment of eczema is one of the benefits of primrose oil most investigated by science. More than 30 human studies prove the properties of primrose oil in the treatment of eczema and dermatitis. A meta-analysis of 26 clinical studies involving 1,207 people confirmed that primrose oil is highly effective in reducing the most common symptoms of skin conditions such as itching, edema (fluid retention and swelling), redness and crusting.

In many cases, eczema arises exactly when the body has difficulty converting fatty acids to gamma-linolenic acid, hence the benefit with GLA and LA rich in evening primrose oil supplementation (which, as we have seen, can be converted into GLA).

It is beneficial for people with diabetes

By improving glucose control and reducing insulin release, Evening Primrose Oil becomes a great ally of anyone who has diabetes. This supplement also helps alleviate other symptoms associated with the disease, such as neuropathic pain (a complication resulting from damage to the myelin sheath that lines the nerves).

Treats Female Infertility

Whether it is stress, poor diet, pollution or even an excess of toxins in the body, the truth is that infertility rates continue to increase. Evening primrose oil can help resolve some of the causes of this problem. There are a number of studies that have shown a direct relationship between the use of GLA and the increase in the production of cervical mucus, one of the essential factors for human reproduction. This is because spermatozoa have greater difficulty in "locomotion" when there is little or no fluid in the cervical canal. Omega-6 fatty acids are also key to muscle tissue contraction and relaxation, helping to tone the uterine musculature for gestation. For best results in treating infertility, the recommendation is to take 3 X 500 mg primrose oil capsules daily.