Beeyoutiful®'s Evening Primrose Oil
EPO (Evening Primrose Oil) is one of the most concentrated sources of the essential fatty acid GLA, a substance that the human body cannot produce, and may be specifically useful for times when GLA is in short supply.
"I was recommended Evening Primrose Oil for PMS symptoms. I'd start feeling anxiety, irritability, bloatedness, headaches, etc., and would take 1000 mg immediately, then 1000mg more -- depending on the time of day -- for a week or so, until symptoms passed. As my girls (six in a row) got old enough, if they started getting crabby, they were encouraged to take a "jelly pill." If someone contended that they didn't need one, that was all the more reason to take one. It became a given that if you said that, you went to get one out of the cabinet! We never had ill side effects -- just an evening out of temperament and an easing of the uncomfortableness of PMS, including cramping, headaches and bloatedness. I recommended them to a friend who was approaching, if not in, menopause. ‘Couldn't hurt," was what we thought. I gave her a small handful and she came back a week later. ‘I'm gonna tell all my friends about these!!’ She was SO excited. I've been able to share this small ‘gift’ with many women ... and husbands!!!" --Mad No More, on EPO
Manufactured in the USA.
Important: This product effects hormone balance, and we recommend not taking it during the cycle from ovulation to menstration when trying to conceive or throughout the first two trimesters of pregnancy. Use in the third trimester as directed by your healthcare provider. For all other uses please consult your health care provider.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
|Suggested Use||As a dietary supplement, take 1 softgel 1 to 2 times daily, preferably with meals.|
|Other Ingredients||Gelatin, glycerin, water.|
|Contains NO||hexane, sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives|