Primrose Evening Oil: Women’s Favorite Remedy

Jars of primrose evening oil have been a staple on women’s natural remedies shelf for years. Women from all over the world are founding it to be very beneficial during various periods of their life. Rich in essential fatty acids, it can help address a wide range of concerns such as the following ones.


PMS Concerns

Taking primrose evening oil supplement each month can help alleviate some of the hormonal challenges of PMS. It may also help address irregular cycles. Primrose evening oil is also highly recommended for relief of painful fibrocystic breast disease, another common concern of a monthly cycle.

Trying to Conceive

Studies have reported that taking primrose evening oil during the days before ovulation may help increase your fertile conditions. Moreover, it provides the essential fatty acids essential during pregnancy. It is important to mention that you should not take the supplement after ovulation because it can cause contractions.


Pregnancy & Preparing for Labor

Nowadays, many practitioners are suggesting dosages of primrose evening oil to help get the cervix read for labor. You should start taking the supplement around 38-40 weeks of pregnancy, but there are some women who prefer to gradually begin a bit earlier, around 36-38 weeks.

Take notice that primrose evening oil should be taken with caution during pregnancy since it can induce labor in some cases. Check with your care provider to find what is appropriate for your situation, before using the supplement.

Postpartum Healing

Taking primrose evening oil orally during the last weeks of pregnancy as well as into postpartum are known to help decrease the hormonal ‘blues’ of postpartum. Some women have also said that massaging the oil a few times a day on the perineum has helped them with their postpartum healing.


Breastfeeding Concerns

Aside of been safe for breastfeeding mamas, primrose evening oil can help address soreness during ovulation.


Depending on the symptoms, primrose evening oil may be beneficial. Although considered safe for most women, it is important that you consult your doctor before taking primrose evening oil, especially if you are taking other medications, are pregnant or nursing. That is because the supplement may cause some mild side effects including nausea, diarrhea, and headache. Allergic reaction to the supplement is rare, but seek immediate medical attention in case you notice rash, itching, severe dizziness, swelling and trouble breathing.

When looking for primrose evening oil, make sure you choose a supplier that follow the Austrian Code of Good Manufacturing Practice (GPM). This will ensure you are purchasing high quality products.

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