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The benefits of Evening Primrose Oil are highly revered among personal and industrial product manufacturers; but, what is Evening Primrose Oil? Evening Primrose Oil is obtained from the Oenothera biennis, or Evening Primrose plant. It can grow up to 3 meters and has a fibrous root that is yellowish outside and white inside. The hairy stem is home to 5 inch by 1 inch wide pointed long leaves, while the stalk houses the beautiful yellow flowers that open between 6 and 7 o'clock, hence the name Evening Primrose. Our Evening Primrose Oil is extracted from the seeds of this amazing hardy plant!

Believed to be native to Mexico and Central America, then quickly spreading to North America, Evening Primrose Oil benefits were no mystery to natives. It’s popularity during colonization saw the oil being exported to other European countries, who are major exporters of the oil today. Evening Primrose Oil uses in industries such as cosmetics, and industrial manufacturing highlights how important this carrier/base oil has become in our modern lives!

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Botanical Name : Oenothera biennis

Common Names : Tree Primrose, Evening Primrose, Common Evening Primrose, Evening Primrose Seed Oil, Primrose Seed Oil, EPO

 Parts Used : Evening Primrose Plant Seed

Form : Liquid

Color : Clear Pale Yellow to Yellow

Scent : Almost Odorless

Natural : Yes

Extraction Method : Expeller Pressed

Refinement Status : Refined

Organic Certified : No

Safety Information : Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding. Do not use on babies or small children. Do not use around pets, as it can be toxic in higher doses. May cause irritation to sensitive skin, however it is rare. Please do a patch test, first, before applying in large amounts. Do not use in baths. Should not be used in conjunction with homeopathic remedies, as it may act as an antidote.



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