Ingredients of fatty acid profile in our Borage Oil:
Palmitic 10%, Palmitoleic 0.4%, Stearic 3.9%, Oleic 16.7 %, Linoleic 37.2%, Gamma Linolenic 22.3%, Icosenoic 3.9 %, Docosenoic 2.5 %, Tetracxosenoic 1.6%
There are no pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) as lycopsamine, amabiline, and thesinine. Some pyrrolizidine alkaloids, particularly unsaturated ones, may be toxic to the liver even in small amounts. We DO NOT have these in our Borage Oil!!!!
1200 Mg Borage
High in Omega
Nutritional Dietary Supplement
for dry vagina and bladder linings as well as the skin and hair.
Ingredients: Borage Oil (1200 mg.), Gamma Linolenic
Acid (GLA) (240 mg., Linoleic Acid LA) 431 mg., Oleic Acid (OA)
228 mg., Stearic Acid (52 mg), Hexadecenoic Acid (2 mg), Palmitic
Acid (133 mg.), Icosenoic Acid (52 mg.), Docosenoic Acid (32
mg.), Tetracosenoic Acid (19 mg.) Encapsulated and hermetically
sealed in one-piece softgel.
Directions: START WITH one daily AND INCREASE TO 3-4 IF NEEDED..
I love this product.
If I dont take it, I notice the difference immediately.
I dont leave home without it. D.H.
My husband is
a lawyer and I saw him sneaking into my bottle of Borage Oil
before his trials. I heard you say on TV that it gives people
courage. No wonder he has won all of his cases lately. Thanks.
L.B. Troy, NY
20% Stronger than Primrose
60 Capsules The omega-6 oil in borage oil is different from that found in the seed oils (corn, safflower,
soybean, etc.) in that it is a gamma-linolenic acid.
This alteration in chemical structure changes
its activity from a pro-inflammatory oil to an
anti-inflammatory oil, making it one of the good
oils. It has been used with benefit for rheumatoid
arthritis, dry skin, and other inflammatory
conditions. So, don't be afraid that you will overdo because it is an Omega 6.
Borage seed oil should not be used if taking certain medications such as anticoagulants and tranquilizers. Borage seed oil should not be used in pregnancy.