For this year's Mother's Day, Let’s Give another Kind of Flower
Legend has it that the night gave humans a magical plant. From its seeds, humans can extract a panacea that has been widely used by ancient Indians thousands of years ago. This flower, like the scented flower, only blooms in the dark and fades after sunrise, so it is named Evening Primrose, also known as "late cherry blossom."
After thousands of years, modern scientific research has finally solved the mystery of the health benefits of evening primrose.
Main Active Ingredient of Evening Primrose
Evening primrose is rich in Omega-6 essential fatty acids, and it also contains trace amounts of Omega-3. Because our body cannot synthesize these nutrients by ourselves, it must be obtained by ingesting food. Among them, scientists found that the main active ingredient of evening primrose is gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), which can only be obtained in vegetable oil.
Many women are no strangers to the health benefits of evening primrose oil. It can fight aging, improve skin texture, nails and hair, and can alleviate premenstrual and menopausal syndromes.
However, don't be fooled into thinking that evening primrose is only suitable for women, it can also improve the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In addition, it is also free of hormones and is suitable for people of all ages; it is suitable for children, adolescents, adults, the elderly, and even men! And its health benefits are not limited to the above.
Other Health Benefits of Evening Primrose Oil
· Help relieve problems such as eczema and dermatitis
· Blood fat reduction
· Reduce the incidence of atherosclerosis and thrombosis
· Reduce the level of triglyceride (TG) in the liver, thereby reducing the incidence of fatty liver disease
· Reduce the risk of cancer
· Balance your body's hormone levels
· Promotes healthy and fair skin
Nature’s Farm® Evening Primrose Oil 1300mg is rich in gamma linolenic acid (GLA), a fatty acid found in vegetable oils. Evening primrose oil contains linoleic acid and gamma linolenic acid (GLA) - both of which are the main components of myelin, which are also protective coatings and neuronal cell membranes around nerve fibers.
1. Lack of Omega-6 fatty acids in the diet
2. Suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
3. Patients with skin diseases
4. Premenstrual syndrome
5. Menopausal syndrome
6. People with dysphagia
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Hyumi is a certified nutritionist under the Singapore Nutrition & Dietetic Association (SNDA), she has 8 years of professional experiences in providing health consultations & advice for clients and corporates alike, all the while researching & developing new functional ingredients for better formulation. Hyumi obtained her Degree in Food Sciences & Nutrition from University Malaysia Sabah.
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