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Evening primrose and its special healing properties

Evening primrose is an excellent medicinal plant although it is not among the herbs! It is an ideal therapeutic and protective agent for the female body, using mainly its oil.

Immune system: Evening primrose oil, significantly strengthens the immune system, fighting immune system abnormalities and strengthening our defenses. In fact, studies show that it has a significant anti-cancer effect.

Female reproductive system: In relation to the female reproductive system, evening primrose oil relieves menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome. Of course, the reason that contributes significantly to the treatment of the above, is the high content of oil in fatty acids.

Consumption results in reduced fluid retention, breast tenderness, irritability, headaches and depression. At the same time, it works as a hormone regulator, dealing with hormonal abnormalities but also metabolic problems, enhancing its function and reducing the chances of obesity. The positive effect on the female body does not stop there, as studies confirm that systematic consumption brings positive results in: ovarian cysts, endometriosis, inflammation of the breast.

Heart: The nutrient-rich evening primrose oil protects cells and the nervous system, while it is a natural anticoagulant and vasodilator, contributing to overall heart health and better blood circulation, protecting the heart from cardiovascular disorders while reducing hypertension and blood cholesterol.

Hair loss: Systematic consumption helps to treat hair loss, but also weak nails.

Autoimmune: Evening primrose oil significantly helps prevent multiple sclerosis, as it strengthens blood vessels, prevents blood clotting and regulates neurons. Its anti-inflammatory action treats rheumatoid arthritis. Six months of consumption treats joint pain, gives greater elasticity to the joints and reduces inflammation.

Diabetes: the use of the evening primrose as a dietary supplement helps regulate insulin in the blood, while preventing the side effects of the disease on the nervous system, especially the limbs and vision.

Digestive system: evening primrose protects the stomach, while treating nausea during detoxification from alcohol. It protects the liver from the negative side effects of alcohol consumption, while it treats intestinal inflammations and at the same time relieves diseases such as Crohn’s disease, spastic colitis, purulent colitis, ulcerative colitis.

Brain function: Consumption of evening primrose, due to its high nutritional value and omega 6 fatty acids, protects the brain from degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, dementia, while effectively treating stress, depression and mild depression.

External use treats dry skin, atopic dermatitis, regulates oiliness on skin and hair. It treats psoriasis and eczema due to its anti-inflammatory action, while topical use helps fight acne.

You can massage the oil for injured muscles and joints, injuries, bruises and swelling, as it relaxes, reduces pain and inflammation.

Precautions: Do not consume internally when you have low blood pressure, as well as if you suffer from epilepsy or diabetes as it can cause hypoglycemia or epileptic seizures. Allergy rarely causes symptoms such as irritation, nausea, headache and vomiting. If you experience any symptoms, stop immediately. During pregnancy, consult your doctor before taking the initiative to use.

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