Mason Natural Evening primrose oil 500mg softgels, Condition Specific Supplements

Mason Natural Evening primrose oil 500mg softgels - 60 ea, Expired Date:12/31/2015

Helps ease PMS, especially breast sensitivity.
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    • Helps ease PMS.
    • Breast sensitivity.
    • Promotes healthy inflammatory response and cell health.
    • Helps Promote Womens Health.
    • Herbal Supplement.
    Mason Natural Evening primrose oil 500mg softgels
    • Dietary Supplement.
    • 500 mg Softgels from Organic Seeds.
    • Each soft gel naturally supplies 50 mg of nutritionally important omega-6 GLA from a certified organic source.
    • A consumer favorite for providing nutritive support for women's health.
    • 10% GLA.
    • Easy-to-swallow 500mg soft gelsHelps Promote Womens Health.
    • Herbal Supplement.
    • It is a natural source of unsaturated fatty acid, Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA).
    • Gamma Linolenic Acid is a precursor to prostaglandins, action specific biomolecules.
    • It is organically cultivated on protected, pesticide-free growing fields.

    Supplement Facts:

    Supplement facts

    Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silica.

    • Use only as directed.
    • Take two softgels up to three times daily with a meal, or as directed by your health care practitioner.
    • Store in a cool, dry place.
    • Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing.
    • Keep out of reach of children.
    • Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product.
    Shipping Weight : 0.30 lb
    Minneapolis, MN

    an excellent vitamin but a lot to swallow

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    <p>This is a very good vitamin. My doctor prescribed it for me when I was struggling with adrenal fatigue and wants me to continue on it now that I'm pregnant (and afterward). I was taking a chewable prenatal vitamin while I had morning sickness, because I found 6 Optivite tablets a day a bit much too swallow. It's obvious from the labels that Optivite is a much better choice, but I still hate swallowing them, and taking them crushed is even worse. But I've noticed that some of my pregnancy symptoms (like my constant runny nose) have abated since I started taking it.</p>