Pure primrose oil
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Gluten free It guarantees that the gluten content of the final product is equal to or less than 20 mg / kg
Lactose free Indicates lactose absence, but may contain traces
Vegetarian It does not contain animals, but may have derivatives of these such as milk, eggs or honey
Lamberts Primrose Oil (Evening Primrose) is one of the few natural sources of polyunsaturated fat called Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA). GLA is the precursor to a particularly important type of prostaglandins called PGE1, which are involved in the regulation of the nervous, cardiovascular and reproductive systems, the state of the skin and that of other biological functions.
Although the body can produce GLA from Linoleic Acid (the Omega 6 fatty acid present in vegetable oils), this process is sometimes slow or can be partially blocked.
Properties and benefits of Pure primrose oil
It contains GLA, a precursor of PGE1, a particularly important class of prostaglandins, which are involved in the regulation of the nervous, cardiovascular and reproductive systems, the state of the skin and other biological functions.
The body can produce GLA from Linoleic Acid (the Omega 6 fatty acid found in vegetable oils), but this process is sometimes slow or may be partially blocked. The contribution of GLA through the diet, by avoiding the conversion process, is very useful for the body.
How to take Pure primrose oil?
1-2 tablets a day with the main meals.
Primrose Oil (Evening Primrose) should only be given to epileptics (temporal lobe) under medical supervision.
Store in a cool, dry place, protected from light and out of the reach of young children.
Composition of Pure primrose oil
For 1 capsule:
Primrose oil (500 mg), Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) (50 mg), Vitamin E (10 mg), Evening primrose oil.
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