Clinicians Evening Primrose Oil is a multi-functional supplement that packs omega-6 fatty acids in each capsule, specially harnessed from evening primrose. It comes complete with gamma linolenic acid (GLA) essential for the maintenance of good joint health, immune functions, optimal hormone balance, skin integrity and clear bronchial and circulatory passages. Vitamin E added provides oxidative-protecting antioxidant properties.
- GLA plus vitamin E
- No gluten, dairy or sugar
- No added artificial colours or preservatives
Active Ingredient: Evening Primrose Oil
Evening primrose oil is in fact the richest food source of omega-6 fatty acids, particularly GLA. These fatty acids have been scientifically-researched over the years for its following functions. It helps in the prevention of arterial wall hardening, onset of heart disease, multiple sclerosis and hypertension (high blood pressure). GLA is shown to contain an anti-inflammatory property that provides relief from joint pain. Plus, it delivers a cholesterol-lowering effect that is good for cardiovascular health.
In women, GLA facilitates an enhanced secretion of the female sex hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. It helps alleviate uncomfortable sensations that come with menopause, like hot flashes.
The Health Benefits - Why supplement with Clinicians Evening Primrose Oil
- Provides antioxidant protection
- Supplies key omega-6 fatty acids and GLA
- Supports good joint health
- Makes resilient the body’s immune system
- Helps maintain integrity of vessel walls, respiratory passages and the skin
Adults: 1 to 6 capsules daily or as directed. Children over 6 years: the contents of 1 capsule daily.
Active Ingredients in 1 softgel capsule:
|Evening Primrose Oil containing||1000||mg|
|Gammalinolenic acid (GLA 10%)||100||mg|
|Other fatty acids including CIS-linolenic acid and oleic acid||900||mg|
Please be aware that there is an ideal intake relationship of Omega-3 and Omega-6 for humans. The optimum Omega-6 to Omega-3 ratio has been considered as 4:1 but recent literature suggests a ratio of 1:1 may be more beneficial. Omega-6 supplementation should be closely monitored.