When is it worth using evening primrose oil?

It can be said that evening primrose is a rather inconspicuous herb, and we can find it in Polish meadows. Its seeds can be converted into evening primrose oil capsules, where we find many omega-6 fatty acids, which are designed to support the proper burning of cholesterol, and also support the natural immunity of the immune system. So, what other properties does evening primrose have and is it worth taking evening primrose oil in the form of capsules?

What is evening primrose?

Evening primrose is a two-year-old plant, the cat grows from seeds that are scattered after flowering. This plant blooms yellow and in its wild state it grows over wastelands as well as well-kept meadows and fields. We can meet it practically everywhere, and certainly practically each of us has had contact with this plant. Sometimes it is also grown in gardens as an ornamental flower, and it blooms in late June and early July. Evening primrose is also grown on a larger scale as a raw material for the production of oil.

What are the properties of evening primrose oil capsules?

It is this oil that has cholesterol-lowering and immune-boosting properties. The substances found in evening primrose oil also stimulate the regeneration of cartilage and connective tissue, accelerate wound healing and soothe rheumatic pains. The acids in this omega group significantly affect the functioning of the immune system, and detoxify because they eliminate dangerous substances from the body, thus supporting the creation of a natural defense mechanism against various diseases. Unsaturated acids, which we find in the father of evening primrose, also support the proper functioning of the circulatory system.

What are the contraindications for using evening primrose oil?

We can say that evening primrose oil capsules the same health, but we must remember that it cannot be consumed in too large amounts. It is recommended to consume a maximum of one tablet a day, because if we exceed this dose, side effects such as nausea, abdominal pain or headaches may appear. Evening primrose oil should not be consumed by people suffering from epilepsy, because it can cause seizures, and also by people prone to bleeding, because it can sometimes cause hemorrhages. In addition, it cannot be combined with anticoagulants, as hemorrhage may also occur. To avoid side effects, take the recommended dose, preferably with a heavy meal.

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