Vintage Botanical Print Antique EVENING PRIMROSE Flower print botanical print, bookplate art print, flowers flower wall print wall art
Evening Primrose young roots can be eaten like a vegetable, or the shoots can be eaten as a salad. Poulticed roots applied to piles and bruises. Tea made from the roots have also been used in the treatment of obesity and bowel pains. Leaves and bark which are made into evening primrose oil, known to treat : multiple sclerosis premenstrual tension hyperactivity eczema acne brittle nails rheumatoid arthritis alcohol-related liver damage
Evening Primrose Oenothera missouriensis from Growing Colors - Low-growing perennials with cup-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. Plants tolerate hot, dry conditions and prefer well-drained soil. Use near the front of the border or in rock gardens. Height 9-10". Spacing 15-18"
Evening primrose oil (EPO) is primarily used to treat skin conditions. It helps alleviate itchiness caused by dermatitis & eczema. The oil, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), is an omega-6 essential fatty acid that is hard to come by in the diet. The brain is prompted by GLA to make a specific kind of prostaglandin which can work to prevent alcohol withdrawal symptoms, seizures & depression by indirectly protecting the nervous system & the liver. Using EPO daily can help lower BP & cholesterol…
Evening Primorose Medicinal plant. Evening Primrose is edible and medicinal and has a long history of use as an alternative medicine . The leaves are cooked and eaten as greens and the roots are said to be sweet succulent and delicious when boiled like potatoes. Flowers are a sweet addition to salads or as a garnish and young seedpods are Steamed. This plant was a staple food for many Native American tribes.
Evening Primrose Oil (Carrier oil for Essential Oils) Good for all skin types including psoriasis, eczema, damaged, and wrinkled aged skin. Soothes inflammation and is often used for rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis (MS). Widely used for Sjorgren's syndrome, Raynaud's phenomenon, neuropathy, PMS Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and Menopause. #carrieroils #EveningPrimroseOil #MS #PMS http://www.naturallyproven.com/evening-primrose-oil-carrier-oil/