Gamma Linolenic Acid

Gamma Linolenic Acid is derived from borage seed oil. GLA is used to form prostaglandins, which regulate many important body processes. It is twice as concentrated as Evening Primrose Oil

  • Dramatically reduces premenopausal symptoms including bloating, breast tenderness, irritability, depression & aggressive behavior
  • Greatly improves sexual hormonal response & sexual interest
  • Reduces menopausal symptoms including hot flashes, vaginal dryness & mood swings
  • Has been used successfully to help with fertility problems
  • Increases metabolic rate without dieting & therefore increases weight loss
  • Helps prevent hair loss
  • Greatly improves the condition of hair, skin and nails
  • Significantly improves the itchy rashes associated with eczema & psoriasis
  • Notably improves the symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and lupus
  • Studies show dramatic improvements in hyperactivity & ADD with GLA supplementation.
  • Helps lower high blood pressure, high blood levels of cholesterol & Triglycerides
  • Improves dry eye syndrome & atrophy of the salivary ducts

Check out this lovely borage plant that Katie of Prairierth Farms suggested I get. She told me that it’s flowers were gorgeous and my favorite color blue! I love the hairy stems too.

 

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2 Responses to Gamma Linolenic Acid

  1. Debra says:

    How does GLA prevent hair loss?

    • great question Debra – re: how does GLA prevent hair loss.

      My understanding is by improving prostaglandin function – nutrients like B Complex which is important for hair assimilate better.

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