Goodlife Nutrition-Cold Press EPO 1000mg 180 Capsules

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Balance Your Hormones with Goodlife Evening Primrose Oil! 

Goodlife Nutrition Evening Primrose Oil contains 1000mg of Cold Pressed Oil and free from heat damage!

Evening Primrose Oil has shown remarkable benefits for balancing hormones; particularly in women.

  • Assists in the healing and repair of the skin

  • Offer relief of symptoms of minor skin complains such as eczema and dryness and itching of the skin.

  • Assists in the relief of pre-menstrual symptoms such as pre-menstrual breast pain and maintains normal menstruation.

  • Assists in the relief of joint pain and inflammation, assisting in the management of rheumatism and providing temporary relief of the pain of arthritis.

  • Maintains a healthy cardiovascular system.

  • Maintains peripheral nerve health.

A study by Arthritis Research UK demonstrated 94% of patients given Evening Primrose Oil showed a significant improvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms including  pain and morning stiffness!


Product Description:

Evening Primrose Oil is derived from the seeds of the evening primrose plant which is native to North America. It is a valuable source of the omega-6 fatty acid gamma linolenic acid, which is a healthy essential fat that has a vast array of positive effects in the body. The body cannot produce essential fatty acids and it is therefore important that they be obtained through diet or supplementation.


Active Ingredients:

Evening Primrose Oil 1g(1000mg)
Equiv. Gamma Linolenic Acid GLA(10%) 100mg


Directions for use:

  • Take 1 capsule 3 times daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional. 
  • Always read the label. Use only as directed.
  • If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. 
  • Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.



Thorn Research Inc (2004) Gamma-Linolenic Acid Monograph, Alternative Medicine Review.

Horrobin DF (2000) Essential Fatty Acid metabolism and its modification in atopic eczema, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Braun L and Cohen M (2005) Herb & Natural Supplements An Evidence - Based Guide, Elsevier Mosby

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