Evening Primrose Oil

Goodness of
Omega Fatty Acids
& Gamma Linolenic Acid

Maintains Skin Health Balances Hormonal Level

Evening primrose oil is the oil derived from the seeds of the evening primrose (Oenotherabiennis) plant.

Often abbreviated to EPO, evening primrose oil is a rich source of omega-6 essential fatty acids. In particular, it contains one known as gamma linolenic acid (GLA), which is also found in other plant-based oils. Evening primrose oil contains linoleic acid as well as GLA - both are essential components of myelin, the protective coating around nerve fibers, and the neuronal cell membrane. Commercial preparations of evening primrose oil are typically standardized to 8% GLA and 72% linoleic acid.

  • Evening primrose oil helps Nerve damage repair, diabetes, eczema, asthma, PMS symptoms, psoriasis are some of the few diseases where evening primrose oil is used.
  • Gamma Linolenic acid help regulate blood pressure and prevent breast cancer.
  • Omega 6 fatty acid are necessary for human health, but the body cannot make them. They play a crucial role in brain function, and normal growth and development.

The recommended dose of evening primrose oil is 1 to 2 capsules a day, at a dose of 500 mg each capsule.

  • There is an anticoagulant (blood-thinning) effect with evening primrose oil.
  • People with epilepsy or other seizure disorder should avoid taking evening primrose oil .
  • Evening primrose oil should not be taken within two weeks of going for a general anesthetic because of an increased bleeding risk.

Average Values per Capsule


Evening Primrose Oil500 mg*