Evening Primrose Oil

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Stay Healthy and Well*

Evening Primrose is a small yellow wildflower that has been used medicinally for centuries. The oil, pressed from the seed, is rich in linoleic acid, one of the essential fatty acids (EFAs). EFAs are "essential" because we have to get them from the foods we eat; our bodies do not produce the essential fatty acids we need.

Evening Primrose Oil supplies Gamma-Linolenic Acid, or GLA. This healthy fat is an omega 6 fatty acid that helps support overall health and wellness.* Evening Primrose Oil is a great vegetarian source of GLA.


A Bouquet Of Omega-6s

Evening Primrose Oil seeds are a rich source of GLA, an omega 6 fatty acid. Omega 6 fatty acid supplements can help:

  • Promote cardiovascular health and brain function*
  • Support healthy hormone levels*
  • Support immune system function*
  • Support joint health*

For men and women of all ages, Evening Primrose Oil is a great source of healthy fats that can help maintain overall health and wellness.*

Put Your Health First

You can buy Evening Primrose Oil as a standalone supplement; it's usually sold in concentrated, soft gel form. Evening Primrose Oil is also included as an ingredient in some joint support products, EFA blends, and women's health products.

The normal daily serving of Evening Primrose Oil is 1-3 grams. Just remember you want to look for a product that has a high amount of GLA, at least 100mg, not just a high amount of Evening Primrose Oil. It's best to take Evening Primrose Oil with breakfast and again with lunch.

If you are looking for other vegetarian sources of EFAs check out Flax Seed and Borage oil.